Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins

A quick and easy way to use instant oatmeal packets, instead of just adding water and popping it in the microwave! And it's yummy!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix and combine all ingredients.
  2. Pour into non-stick skillet and when you shake the pan and the pancake moves, it's time to flip.
  3. Brown on both sides, and enjoy!
  4. (I also add about 1/4 cup of sugar-free maple syrup).


Most Helpful

I made these as directed, using one whole egg instead of Egg Beaters, and I added a teaspoon of peanut butter and chocolate chips--which were great additions. My only problem with these pancakes were that they were very dry! I will add milk (or almond milk) next time I make these!

ellenshmunis September 11, 2013

I made these tonight and I thought they were good. I used Maple and brown sugar oatmeal, didn't have a banana, but added the egg beaters, cinnamon and vanilla and it was plenty sweet! I'm definatly going to make these again using different flavored oatmeal. Thanks for posting this recipe!

alannacarla April 16, 2011

I made these as directed (except 1 whole egg instead of Egg Beaters) the first time with a Maple Brown Sugar Oatmeal packet and they were delicious. I'm not the best pancake maker, one side always gets too dark, so I tried making it into muffins the second time. I doubled the recipe (I have two kids) and sprayed my regular sized muffin tin with nonstick spray, then divided the mixture into 12 equal muffins. The batter was only about 1/4 to 1/2 inch thick in each cup. I baked them at 350f for about 15-18 minutes when the tops sprung back. These were crazy good and the kids (ages 6 and 7) loved getting 6 muffins each. What's not to like when your kids consume a packet of oatmeal, 1/2 a banana and an egg for breakfast. BTW, I used a whole egg instead of the Egg Beaters because I didn't have any.

s4suzy September 09, 2010

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