March 05, 2010

Grits Griddle Cakes topped with Cottage Cheese Yogurt


Just a little something I cooked up the other morning for breakfast. Having the time to cook your own breakfast most days is really a blessing sometimes. It leads to wonderful experimentation moments like this one - Grits Griddle Cakes topped with Cottage Cheese Yogurt.

Not that it was THAT complicated or difficult to come up with. I mean I had already created the cottage cheese yogurt. I just used it differently this time.

If you know what a grits griddle cake is, then you're basically good to go. If not, you can find both delightful recipes (to the cakes and the yogurt) after the jump. Happy hopping!


1/4 cup yellow grits
3/4 cup water
2 spoonfuls of cottage cheese yogurt


1. In a pot bring the water to a boil. Add the grits, return to a boil, turn heat down to medium/medium-low, and cook until the water is absorbed and/or evaporated (about 5 minutes).
2. Now you can either place the grits in the fridge overnight to mold together more or just mush them together before heating then on a pan. Cook on medium heat until a pancake-like item stay together when flipped. Try not to burn them.
3. Top with some of that delicious cottage cheese yogurt you recently (re)made.

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