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Oatmeal Pancakes

Oatmeal Pancakes

I admit that I’ve made oatmeal pancakes before, but the cold weather makes me crave oatmeal sometimes.  That being said, I doubt the one person that followed my blog during my oatmeal pancake phase will remember…That and I’ve come along way in pancake perfection since then so I can always find something to tweak.

I’m not much of a bowl of oats/oatmeal (well actually I’m not at all) girl, but I do enjoy a nice oatmeal pancake now and again.  But seeing as I’m currently in VA Beach and leaving for Texas today…I don’t think cold weather is my issue and I have no problem with that.

I love this pancake recipe for oatmeal pancakes because it’s easy and straightforward.

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Oatmeal pancakes Ingredients:
½ cup cooked oatmeal  (you can use instant oats, rolled oats, oat flour)
1 egg
1/4  cup yogurt (I chose greek yogurt) (I’ve also done with this cottage cheese and it’s good as well)
2 tablespoons brown sugar and 1 tablespoon cinnamon
1 tablespoon baking powder
Sweetener to taste (I used ¼ cup stevia and a splash of vanilla extract)
About ½ cup additional milk (you can substitute water, regular milk, almond milk)

Oatmeal Pancakes Directions:

  1. Mix all dry ingredients together in a large mixing bowl
  2. Add wet ingredients (including yogurt) together and mix in a separate mixing bowl.
  3. Add oatmeal and dry ingredients to the wet oatmeal pancakes ingredients.
  4. Cook oatmeal pancakes on medium high heat until bubbles form.
  5. Flip pancakes and cook until golden brown.
  6. Serve with toppings of choice including maple syrup, chocolate chips, or whipped cream.

I know I might be in the minority, but I would much rather eat oatmeal pancakes then a bowl of oatmeal!

Question for you: How do you eat your oatmeal?

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15 thoughts on “Oatmeal Pancakes”

  1. Pancakes souond so good! I have to really crave oatmeal otherwise I don’t eat it. Can’t wait to hear about your AMAZING 1:25 PR. you rock lady 🙂

  2. I’m definitely a good ole bowl of oats girl but I do like oatmeal pancakes, too. I like the chewy texture sometimes. Like you said, it becomes more of a comfort food for the colder/snowy days. I hope everything goes smoothly and you have a great trip today!

  3. I’m guessing you are going to texas to see the manfriend?!? You guys best have a blast!!! When it comes to oatmeal… I used to eat it a lot but at this point in my life I don’t know if I would have a bowl, I just love eggs in the morning… I do love oatmeal raisin cookies though, does that count?

  4. I prefer eating my oatmeal in a bowl, but not if it’s soupy or runny – that just skeeves me out. When I make my oats, I cook them until all the extra liquid is gone so they’re nice and fluffy. Have a safe trip!

  5. I have large issues eating a bowl of oatmeal, it will take me a very long time to choke down a bowl. But I can eat oatmeal just about any other way

  6. I usually put some oatmeal in a smoothie but oatmeal pancakes sounds VERY tempting!

  7. I like really thick oatmeal (in a bowl, haha) with as much cinnamon I can stir in. I’ve never tried oatmeal pancakes but I definitely will when I go home for the summer (although they might not be as satisfying in 100+ degree Georgia heat as they would be in my current 30 degree Pennsylvania weather, haha).

  8. Oatmeal pancakes sound like the best of both worlds! I’ve added straight up, uncooked oats to pancake batter, but I’ve never cooked ’em first.

  9. I’m 100% with you girl- much rather have a pancake version of oatmeal rather than a bowl of it. WAY over did eating oatmeal (in a bowl), now I can’t take it. I would love to try these pancakes though. I’m ‘pinning’ them to save to make this weekend.

  10. Nah, I’m totally not a bowl-of-oatmeal person either! the oats DEF have to be cooked first too – raw oats and I just don’t get along. These look delicious!

  11. Yeah I would rather have pancakes too. I think it is interesting that you use cooked oatmeal and not just rolled oats. therefore I will be trying these soon 😀 Hey you left me in VA, and in the cold part. I want to come to Texas!

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