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My whole family loved this recipe! The only changes I made was to not process the oats superfine so it still had a bit of tooth to it and cut the cinnamon down to only about 1/2 tsp since we were topping them with apple butter that already had a bunch of cinnamon in it. I also let it rest for about 15 minutes to let the batter set up a bit and gain a bit of extra air. (Always a good idea for any fluffy style pancake, I've found.)
We already have plans to make them again, only with bananas and whipped cream on top! :)
Sooooo good! I cut the recipie in half, and I added blueberries and walnuts (a standard addition to all of my pancakes!)... it was delicious! I didnt have syrup so I topped with agave and a little bit of honey, mmmmmmmmmm.
At first I was a little worried because the batter seemed a bit runny. No worries though, these turned out great. I served with warm homemade applesauce. What a hit in our house. I did add about 1/3 cup of flax seed meal.
Really good! I upped the cinnamon a bit & added 1/4 cup Splenda. I used applesauce for the oil & chopped up my oats instead of ground up. I loved how healthy they were-thank you!
Mmm whole grains. I don't know if the word "chewy" really does these justice - they are tender, but a bit more substantial than other pancakes. The oats give them a slightly sweet nuttiness. I usually use maple syrup, but I preferred these with honey and yogurt, and I think a good complement if you had any would be tangy berries like strawberries or raspberries (and I don't usually even eat fruit for breakfast).