Yummy 1 Point Banana Blueberry Pancakes

Hey Everyone!

Today is a non stamping post. I am doing Weight Watchers right now (online) and I love the new Freestyle program.

I am not losing weight as fast as I have in the past,  but I also don’t feel deprived and I feel like this is something I can do for life.

I am making small changes in the things I eat and trying to stick with the program as much as I can. I do fall of the wagon sometimes, but then I just start over again the next day.

This morning I was craving pancakes and I have tried a couple of Weight Watchers recipes I found on Pinterest, but they just weren’t exactly what I was looking for.  

So, I combined a couple different ones to come up with this one and it is sooooo good!!! They are only 1 point each too!! 


They were so light and fluffy. I just sprayed the pan with Pam and they cooked easily. 

I cut up a banana on top and then added some sugar free syrup….no butter for me…..

I ate 3 and was full. I still have 3 left for tomorrow. Can’t wait!!

This is the syrup I used and it was delicious. 1 point per serving. 

So, here is the recipe….

2 ripe bananas mashed

2 eggs beaten

1 small container plain greek non fat yogurt (about 5 oz)

1/2 c SELF RISING flour ( you can substitute other flours, but you would have to add baking powder or soda)

1/2 tsp cinnamon

handful of blueberries

Mix everything together and cook in skillet sprayed with Pam. 

This batch made 6 pancakes at 1 point each. The only ingredient with points is the flour, so if you substitute something else for that , you could lower the points but I didn’t like the consistency without the flour. 


Have a great day!



3 thoughts on “Yummy 1 Point Banana Blueberry Pancakes”

  1. Can’t wait to try these in the am. I use spray butter … can’t believe it’s not butter lite. 0 pts. Thanks for posting!

  2. Absolutely delicious!! And I love the texture with just the small amount of flour. This will be on my regular rotation for sure! Thanks so much for sharing!!

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