Kath’s Oatmeal Pancakes


Now that I speak the language of oats fluently, I decided to try making Kath’s Oatmeal Pancakes again.

Step 1: Read her post about it
Step 2: Watch her video
Step 3: Recreate with your own substitutions since you didn’t bother to see if you had the ingredients prior to making.

Ingredients:
1/3 cup oats
1 egg white
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
cinnamon
(and then topped with 1 tbs pb and 1 tbs grape jelly)

My ingredients:
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My dry ingredients dancing together in a bowl:

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And making the magic in the nonstick pan:

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The directions are simple. Mix dry. Add wet. Let sit for a few. Heat pan. Pour batter. Wait. Flip. Enjoy with any toppings you like.

But for more detailed directions check out Kath’s very thorough video!!!!

This was delicious. I like to top mine with a smear of peanut butter and a few banana slices. In fact, it was so yummy that I forgot to take a picture of the final product!!!!

Only problem? It was too small!!!  Any tips on pumping up the volume while maybe lowering or keeping the same calories?

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11 responses to “Kath’s Oatmeal Pancakes

  1. Congrats to Laura! Yeah for oatmeal pancakes.

  2. I ALWAYS add pumpkin when I make Kath’s pancakes, definitely adds some volume and deliciousness!

  3. Oooh pumpkin would be a good idea! Or maybe some mashed banana.

  4. I actually make my pancake with low fat cottage cheese. I use equal measures of oats, egg substitute and cottage cheese. I mix it up with the stick blender and it has the same consistancy as pancake batter. I throw in some cinnamon and vanilla too.

  5. looks delicious!

  6. Those look awesome, I have to try that!

  7. I almost made one this morning!! It’s been ages…

  8. Ah! I made Kath’s oat pancake to day too! How funny! It was the perfect start to my day. I added a little extra baking powder which seemed to puff the pancake up a bit. Otherwise, adding extra toppings like pb or cottage cheese helps keep me full longer.

  9. yummmy these look really good!

  10. I LOVE the oatmeal pancakes! I keep canned pumpkin on hand, so I always add that. I also love that the kitchen smells so good all day long after making these. Think that is what I will make for Saturday breakfast.

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