Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 15 mins

A very filling and wholesome breakfast.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Using wire whisk, mix egg whites and milk.
  2. Add oats to milk mixture, let set 5 minutes.
  3. Melt butter in griddle or non-stick frying pan.
  4. Turn off heat and let cool slightly.
  5. Mix baking powder, flour and sugar in separate bowl.
  6. Whisk dry mixture into milk mixture.
  7. Scrape cooled butter from griddle into batter.
  8. Whisk butter into batter.
  9. Turn griddle on to medium heat.
  10. Pour desired amount of batter onto griddle.
  11. Cook until edges of pancake no longer glossy.
  12. Flip pancakes and cook on second side until light brown.
  13. You can add berries, chocolate chips by dropping them into uncooked pancake after pouring batter onto griddle.


Most Helpful

I love these. They are 3 weight watcher points. I added mini chocolate chips & sunflower seeds to mine & I thought they were good. My 3 year old likes these better than the frozen ones. I agree they were a bit bland but most diet food is & the chips & seeds make up for that.

Gail2293 August 29, 2008

I agree with the previous reviewer that they're too bland. I added a little more Splenda & some cinn but that didn't help much-however, I appreciated the healthy ingredients-thanks anyway!

LUVMY2BOYS March 28, 2006

I thought the recipe was very bland (as printed). I'm not a big pancake fan myself, which is why I gave it an average rating instead of a low one. I think this recipe definately needs the optional chocolate chips or fruit to make it enjoyable. It was definately filling! I had two pancakes (out of a batch of 6) and I was full! And I'm a big guy :)

Carey J June 02, 2005

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