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Monday, September 04, 2023

Oats Pancake | Oatmeal Pancakes

What do you generally make with oats? Porridge/ overnight oats or something else. I have tried many of these options, and kids do like porridge once in a while. This is one of the quickest and healthy breakfast option with oats that I feel and kids do enjoy eating as snack or breakfast without much fuss. I love this simple pancakes made with oatmeal or oats flour.  

Pancakes are really a great option for my kids as they love most of them no matter what grain or cereal it's made from. And the best part of making pancakes is that they hardly need any sides like chutney or sambar. Adding sugar in the batter is strictly optional, modify as per needs. Drizzle a little honey or chocolate syrup and enjoy. 

Preparation time ~ 10 minutes
Cooking time ~ 10 minutes
Serves ~ 8–9 pancakes
Author ~ Julie
oats 2 cups 
baking powder 2 tsp
salt 1/4 tsp
eggs 2
milk 1 + 1/4 cup
vanilla extract 1 tsp
butter 2 tbsp
granulated sugar 2 tbsp
cinnamon 1/2' piece

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  • Add the oats to a blender jar, and grind to a smooth powder. Add baking powder and salt, mix well.
  • To a blender jar, add sugar with cinnamon. Powder along and add eggs. Blend smooth. Add vanilla extract.
  • In a pan, melt the butter and warm up the milk, switch off flame. Add to a bowl. To this, add, the egg-sugar mix. Add vanilla extract.
  • Add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients mix. Mix well without lumps. The consistency will be of dosa batter, rest for 10 minutes. Check batter after 10 minutes and add milk if needed.
  • Heat a non-stick pan and add a ladleful of batter. Let it spread on its own, cook on low medium flame and wait for all bubbles to break at the surface. Add a little butter, flip and cook both sides till done.
  • Similarly, make all pancakes till the batter finishes. Drizzle a little honey or chocolate syrup and enjoy.

* Adding sugar in the batter is strictly optional, modify as per needs.
* Use oil instead of butter if you are calorie conscious.
* Use diary free milk if you are lastose intolerant.


1 comment:

Angie's Recipes said... Best Blogger Tips

They look so tender and yum. My husband would love them for his breakfast!