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I loved this recipe!!! These pancakes are really stick-to-the-ribs winter fare gooooood!! Tried the honey butter spread but do you know what was wonderful on these? Date with a Rhubarb spread! Bergy, Date with a Rhubarb It was almost a dessert!!! Sinfully delicious!! Wonderful stuff!!!
Awesome pancakes! I always sub out 1/4 cup of applesauce for the oil, use 2 cups oats and 3/4 cup whole wheat flour. Great taste and texture.
I really enjoyed these. They kind of taste like eating oatmeal in pancake form. I cut the recipe into thirds to make one decent sized pancake for myself and topped it with bananas and peanut butter. These pancakes have a great texture, thanks!
I finished eating my first try of these pancakes and really enjoyed them. The favor was really unique for pancakes but I liked it. It was more flavorful than just plain regular pancakes made with flour.
As stated in the directions these will be a thin, I added about 2&1/2 tablespoonful of whole wheat flour. I substituted milk with almond milk (original, no sugar or flavor).
FYI: My pancakes were made using 1/4 cup of mixture. I was only able to make 11 pancakes with this mixture.
Hey, this recipe is different than it was a few weeks ago. I don't mind if the author decided a change was in order, but please post to that effect. I was quite happy with the recipe the way it was (it does make some very yummy, healthier pancakes) and now I don't know exactly what has been changed. I know it used to have two eggs (not 1 1/2--how do you get half an egg?) and up to 2 cups of oatmeal. Anything else different? Who knows!
I LOVE this recipe. They are very filling and last in the tummy a very long time. A great breakfast for when you have a long day. I always eat it with peanut butter and bananas. I always use 2 cups oatmeal and I use 1 cup flour (1/2 cup white & 1/2 cup whole wheat.) THANK YOU for posting this recipe.
Made this for breakfast this morning and made just a few minor changes. Cut it in half as there's only 2 of us, added 1 teaspoon of vanilla (we love vanilla) and 1 teaspoon of cinnamon as I thought it'd go great with the oatmeal (and it did) a nice hearty breakfast that was easy to pull together. Glad you mentioned that the batter would be thin as it was and I was tempted to add more flour but didn't and a good thing as they puffed up so nice when cooking. I even used your recommendation on the honey butter and enjoyed that. It did seem to give it a little sweeter taste than we like so next time I think I'd cut the sugar in half or maybe even just leave it out. All in all a great, hearty breakfast for these cool, rainy October mornings.
These were just ok for me. I did make a few substitutions to help these more easily fit into my rigid diet. I used applesauce instead of oil and whole wheat flour instead of white. I also added 1/2 tsp of vanilla for a little extra flavor. I found them kind of bland. To make up for that fact, I topped them with Weight Watchers Blueberry Pancake/Waffle Syrup (0 Ww Points!) and that made a world of difference. One thing I will say is that these are VERY filling. I was stuffed after just one!
wonderful pancakes - hearty, dense and chewy although not the average fluffy pancakes. I used wholewheat flour, nonfat milk and egg whites, omitted oil, and it turned out just fine.
Added a bit more flour (plus an additional) 2 Tbls of ww flour and also about a tsp of almond extract. They are PERFECT!!! Thanks for posting :)