Healthy Vanilla Pancakes + Nectarine Compote

so, this is going to be a quick post because i have a TON of homework to finish by tomorrow u.u

let’s get right to it! 


healthy vanilla pancakes & nectarine compote 

looks good, huh? they are low-fat pancakes with no-sugar added compote. mmm. 

for the pancakes:



•4 tbsp wholemeal flour 

•1/4 tsp baking powder

•1/4 tsp baking soda 

•2 packages of stevia/sweetener of choice


•1 egg

•5 tbsp low-fat yogurt (i used paul’s 99.8% fat free because it has a thicker consistency) ~100g

•1/2 tsp vanilla extract 


1. combine all dry ingredients in a medium bowl. make sure there are no baking soda lumps/balls or anything

2. in a separate bowl, beat egg, yogurt and vanilla extract. mix with dry ingredients until just incorporated, but do not over mix. let it sit for 5 minutes while you heat up and grease a pan over medium heat. 

3. dollop around 1 heaping tablespoon of batter into the pan, and spread out a little bit to give it some shape. if you want, you can fit multiple pancakes onto the pan. wait 3 minutes, flip the pancake and let it cook for an additional 3 minutes. while you wait, you can start making the nectarine compote. 

for the compote:


•2 white flesh nectarines, peeled and cut into squares 

•2 packages of stevia or sweetener of choice 

•2 tbsp water 



1. in a small saucepan, combine and mix nectarines and water with a wooden spoon. heat up and wait until it starts to simmer/boil a little bit. add in sweetener and cinnamon and continue mixing until cinnamon is fragrant and the consistency of the liquid is a bit like syrup. turn off heat and let it cool down. 

•••• when you finish cooking your pancakes, serve them in any way you wish, and top with compote. 

and of course, enjoy (-: 



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