Kinda Lemon Pancake Recipe {for Dinner}

We eat breakfast for dinner around here frequently.

I am just a breakfast girl.

I think it might be genetic because the boys seem to favor the first meal of the day as well.   The cool thing is that if you make extra for dinner, you can have the left-overs for breakfast the next day…see how this works out?

Yummy Lemon Pancakes Recipe

When I found this recipe for Fruity Yogurt Pancakes on the Bisquick website, I knew I had to try it.

I am made a few changes and doubled the original recipe because we like pancake left-overs.

Kinda Lemon Pancake Recipe

4 cups Original Bisquick

1 cup milk

2 T sugar

4 eggs

2 containers of yogurt – I used one vanilla and one lemon…hence the kinda lemony flavor.

  1. Heat griddle.   Grease as necessary.
  2. In bowl combine ingredients and stir (batter will be lumpy).
  3. Pour 1/4 cupfuls onto hot griddle.   Spread if needed.   Add a little milk to the batter if too thick.
  4. Cook until golden brown.
  5. Clear your kitchen counter of all drying watercolor art masterpieces…

Serve with your favorite pancake toppings.


During the dinner discussion tonight, the boys decided that the perfect day would be dad making pancakes for breakfast, eating at IHOP for lunch and mom making waffles for dinner.

I would have to agree.


  1. Yummy idea. I’d love ya to share this one for tasty tuesdays next week if ya can.

  2. Those sound delicious. I’ll have to figure out what yogurt flavors I have in my fridge..

    And I agree…breakfast for dinner is always good 😀

  3. Reese won’t eat yogurt so I like this recipe sneaking it in. I’ll have to try!

  4. Our family loves pancakes! But I’m not sure I can use that coupon, b/c the HEB here never has the larger size of Bisquick…but I’m definitely going to try that recipe. Thanks!

  5. This sounds so unhealthy for kids to be eating at night. You forget that you smother pancakes with syrup. They’d be bouncing off the walls before bed. Save it for breakfast but serve it with eggs (protein) to help when the sugar crash comes.

  6. Hi Smarty,

    I sent you a nice email thanking you for your suggestion, but your email address is fake. My point was that we don’t do this nightly…it is a treat and it is within a balanced menu otherwise. My boys go to bed very early so I am aware of the sugar crash and don’t want to have them laying in bed not able to sleep.


  7. = using photos by giving credit, but not with the approval of several mom blogs apparently.

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