Hurr... Pamcakes!

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Debbwl
Recipe by Rei-chan

My sister told me about a recipe for pancakes made from oatmeal and cottage cheese that were actually *tasty*. I didn't believe it, but I'm always up for some adventure. Lo and Behold! I found Oatmeal Cottage Cheese Pancakes, originally posted by bramble. I *loved* these pancakes and they're SO healthy! But of course, I couldn't help but tweak the recipe some. So, after many batches of lovely, healthy pancakes, I found this is my favorite (so far). I'm really only typing it up so that I don't forget what I put in that batch. ^_^ If you try it, I hope you love it as much as me. If you tweek the recipe, I'd love to try what worked for you, so please post comments. PS. Yes, it sounds like a LOT of egg, but if you use the 4 whites and 2 eggs as called for, it's much healthier and tastier than using just whites or just whole eggs.

Top Review by Debbwl

The oatmeal and cinnamon made these pancakes very tasty. I made without the rum extract because I did not have any and got 9 nice pancakes that I sprinkled with fresh blueberries and powdered sugar. The only thing that made these four stars instead of five is they were not as light and tender as other cottage cheese pancakes that I have made in the past and think that may have been due to the oatmeal. Thanks for the post.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Combine all ingredients, except blueberries, in a blender.
  2. Blend until smooth-ish. If it looks like the consistency of pancake batter, you're good to go. (Disclaimer: Some eggs have less whites than others or may be small. If your batter does NOT look like pancake batter, feel free to throw in an extra white, a few more oats, or more cottage cheese depending on what will make it look more like what you know and love.).
  3. Spray a skillet with cooking spray and cook like normal pancakes. (i.e. pour on a hot skillet, cook on one side until the edges start to look dry. Flip, cook on the other side for 1-2 minutes). Optional: Drop blueberries in the batter after you've poured the pancakes into the skillet.
  4. Top with your favorite pancake topping.

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