I have always adored these sweet, warm, cakey little love patties. But they aren’t at all diet friendly, so I rarely indulge myself in their yumminess. So when I read that Fiber One had released a new Pancake mix, I was overjoyed!!

I already adore their super high fiber cereal, and use it for so many recipes (which I SWEAR, I have been meaning to blog about), so I knew I had to give this high fiber, low calorie pancake recipe a try. I got up early this morning, so excited to make my special Weight Watchers pancakes with the help of Fiber One Pancake Mix. And Oh Em Gee…..they were SOOOOOO good!!

A little on the thin side, but nonetheless, they tasted amazing, and I am so incredibly with this fabulous find. I had three nice sized pancakes with butter and maple syrup for just 5 Weight Watchers Points. And I am stuffed.

Fiber One, I so love you. Thanks for this amazing pancake recipe.

Fiber One Pancake Mix

Fiber One Weight Watchers Pancake Recipe


  • 1 cup Fiber One Pancake Mix
  • 2/3 cup cold water


  • 2 Tbsp of a light butter (I used Balade Light Butter)
  • 1/2 cup sugar free syrup (I used Maple Grove Farms Sugar Free Maple Syrup)

*I found all of these items at my local grocery store!
And for a bit of fun or variety add a few blueberries, strawberries or banana slices to pancake mix! Just remember to calculate the extra Points.


  1. Coat skillet or frying pan with a nonstick cooking spray. Preheat your skillet to about 375 degrees (or until water droplets bounce around).
  2. Mix pancake mix ingredients with a wire whisk. Note that the mix will be thin. I found that its best to let the mix sit for about 5 minutes to thicken up a bit.
  3. Pour batter into frying pan, making each pancake with just under 1/4 cup of batter, and heat on one side until bubbles break on top of pancake and edges start to dry.
  4. Flip and let cook about 30-45 seconds or until pancake is golden brown.
  5. Top each serving with 1 tbsp of butter and 1/4 cup of syrup. Enjoy!

Recipe makes 2 servings
Serving size = 3 pancakes
Each serving (with butter and syrup) = 5 Weight Watchers Points


  1. I love love love your site! And thank you for all of the hard work you put in it! I’m wondering if you can make these pancakes then freeze them?

  2. Y Hammell

    Does anyone know where I can find the fiber one pancake mix in Alabama???

  3. Sarassmile1109

     I made these for dinner tonight but am so amazed at how good they were! The sugar free syrup that I got was Vermont brand and that also surprised me because it really didn’t taste as bad as some light syrup I’ve had. I also added some turkey Jimmy Dean sausages for 3 points and was such a filling dinner (or breakfast). I will eat these pancakes even when I am no longer doing Weight Watchers. Thank you for your wonderful blog!

  4. Beth Robles

    Hello there! I am so glad I came across your blog. My husband and I recently came back to weight watchers and I only had condition and that was to have a variety of things to eat instead of the same things all the time. I made these pancakes this morning and oh my goodness they were so yummy. I did put a spin on how I made them however. I used cinnamon and vanilla extract for some extra flavor. I also used 'I Can't Believe it's not Butter Light' spread and Light syrup. We found that the sugar free is very bland and doesn't taste very well. Thank you so much again. LOVE THEM!

  5. I made mine with 1/2 cup of mix and a little less than 1/2 cup of water. Instead of making 3 large pancakes, I made 6 small cakes, a little larger than a half dollar, to trick the mind. I also found Log Cabin Sugar Free syrup, which by the way is wonderful! I only used a non-stick cooking spray on my pan. I used no butter spray or margarine on the pancakes. The syrup was buttery enough. For 6 small pancakes & a 1/4 cup of syrup was 3 points. Can't beat that for a good breakfast.