Abby loves yogurt. Every single night, after we have finished our dinner she gets two big spoonfuls of vanilla or maple flavored yogurt. Not the low-fat, low-calorie kind which may have artificial sweeteners but the regular yogurt that's just milk and flavor and a little sugar. We've found that it's really helped, along with a grain-free-diet, with her digestive issues (when we adopted her she had a tummy that was easily upset) with the probiotics in the yogurt.
So, since I had a bunch of yogurt on hand I made my pancakes with a drinkable yogurt (it's pourable). I've also used kefir (fermented dairy drink) with the same results and unlike straight dairy, it doesn't do a number on MY sensitive tummy.
In one bowl mix:
1 cup flour (can substitute 1 cup gluten free King Arthur Flour and 1/2 tsp xanthan gum)
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
1 Tablespoon sugar
Where's my pancake?
In another bowl mix:
1 cup drinkable yogurt or kefir (at room temperature or nuke for 30-40 seconds)
1/4 tsp vanilla extract
2 Tablespoons melted butter (whisk in VERY slowly so egg doesn't cook).
Mix wet into dry ingredients and cook on an oiled griddle. These are fairly thick and fluffy so don't make plate-sized pancakes for ease of handling.