There’s nothing better than waking up on a Saturday morning to the smell of pancakes cooking, especially these aromatic sweet Maple Glazed Apricot Pancakes with Maple Yogurt. If you’re the one getting up early on a weekend to make the pancakes, your morning becomes so much easier if you use a pancake mix! One Mighty Mill’s stone-milled organic pancake mix is the way to go if you want fluffy and healthy pancakes. Stack your plate with a mountain of these tasty fruity and maple pancakes!
The grocery list.
- One Mighty Mill Pancakes – I’ve tried a bunch of pancake mixes, so trust me when I say this one is the best out there. It’s healthy and tasty, what’s not to love?
- Apricots – Sweet with just a hint of sour, apricots are perfect for baking. They’re stiffer and less juicy than peaches, so they hold up better in baked goods or when cooked.
- Maple syrup – Briefly cooking the apricots in maple syrup makes them nice and sweet!
- Plain greek yogurt – One of my favorite breakfast items. You can mix it with fruit, granola, or use it as a pancake topping like in this recipe!
While it can sometimes be fun to make pancakes from scratch, if you’re looking for a quick breakfast fix, pancake mix is the way to go! One Mighty Mill pancake mix especially is packed with all the good stuff, like protein and fibers, and makes the perfect light and fluffy pancakes.
Start your pancakes by mixing the ingredients according to the instructions on the back of the packaging.
Now, you’ll prepare the maple glazed apricots. Apricots are perfect for baking because, although they have a similar texture and flavor to peaches, they are stiff and less juicy. Apricots hold up better in baked goods and when you cook them because they are sturdy. Cooking the apricots in maple syrup helps to extract some of the juices, and also adds a little sweetness since apricots can be a bit sour, especially if they’re not ripe!
Place the apricots in a small skillet over medium heat. Add 1/4 cup of maple syrup to the skillet and cook the apricots for 3-5 minutes. They don’t need to cook for long, just enough time to soften them and become coated with the maple syrup.
In a small bowl, make your maple yogurt by whisking together the remaining 2 tablespoons of maple syrup and the plain greek yogurt. Plain greek yogurt tastes amazing with fruit and is also a great pancake topping. It’s not sweet, but when you add just a bit of maple syrup it becomes subtly sweet, which is perfect for this dish since the maple glazed apricots add so much sweetness.
Serve your pancakes stacked high topped with your warm maple glazed apricots and a generous dollop of maple yogurt.
One Mighty Mill isn’t your average pancake mix; it’s packed with more protein, fiber and natural nutrients. One Mighty Mill makes its products with stone-milled, organic flour, without any preservatives or gross additives that industrial-milled flour contains.
It’s reassuring to know exactly what’s in your food and it certainly doesn’t hurt that it tastes amazing!
Don’t worry, they make more than just pancakes. One Mighty Mill sells lots of delicious stone-milled flour products, including bagels, pretzels, and even brownie mix (you know I can’t resist a pan of fresh baked brownies)!
If you want to learn more about their products and how they’re made, check out the One Mighty Mill website. They have tons of info about stone-milled flour and its benefits, as well as an online shop where you can buy all their tasty goodies to be shipped right to your front door.
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Lastly, if you make this Maple Glazed Apricot Pancakes with Maple Yogurt recipe, be sure to leave a comment! Above all, I love to hear from ya’ll and do my best to respond to every comment. And of course, if you do make this recipe, don’t forget to snap a pic and tag me on Instagram! Looking through the photos of your dayyyummm good recreations is my favorite!
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- Make the pancakes to package instructions. For the maple glazed apricots, place the apricots in a small skillet over medium heat. Add ¼ cup of maple syrup to the skillet and cook the apricots for 3-5 minutes.
- In a small bowl, whisk together the remaining 2 tablespoons of maple syrup and the plain greek yogurt.
- Serve the pancakes stacked high topped with maple glazed apricots and a dollop of maple yogurt.
Nutrition Information: 1 pancake/ 147 cals / 1g F / 30g C / 5g P