Breakfast in Bed with Maia Yogurt Mother’s Day Pancakes

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Make sure this Mother’s Day is one she’ll never forget! Start her day the right way with a delicious breakfast in bed with Maia Yogurt’s Mothers Day Pancake Feast. With just a few easy steps, you’ll have a present she’ll cherish forever.

Ingredients:

1 6 oz container nonfat Maia Greek Yogurt

1 large egg

½ cup All-Purpose Flour

1 tsp baking soda

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Directions:

1. Mix Maia Greek yogurt and egg in a bowl.

2. Add dry ingredients and blend until smooth.

3. Spoon batter onto sprayed pan heated to med-high heat and spread each scoop into a circle.  The batter should make about 4-8 pancakes.  Cook until golden brown on the bottom and flip when the pancakes start to bubble a bit on the surface.

4. Serve with fresh fruit (bananas, blueberry, and strawberries are fantastic) or a scoop of Nutella to really make your Mother smile!

For more information on Maia Yogurt, visit their official website at http://www.maiayogurt.com/. To see where you can purchase Maia Yogurt, click here.

 

About Maia Yogurt:

Maia Yogurt was designed with the healthy woman in mind. It is enriched with the probiotics and nutrients often missing in our diets. Also an excellent source of protein. Deliriously, Deliciously Healthy. Inspired by founder Hamilton Cowell’s cousin’s nutritional struggles and designed with the help of Registered Dietician Mary Jane Detroyer, MS RD CDN, Maia yogurt is an All-Natural, rBST free, low-fat spectacular! Maia Yogurt is what Men want and Women need, and is an excellent source of not only Protein but also Calcium, Vitamin D, Vitamin B12 and Riboflavin. It is also loaded with plenty of Prebiotic Dietary Fiber and Potassium.

 



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