Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins

This is kind of like an individual oameal pancake that you bake or fry. It looks a bit like a wooly sweater when you bake it. Season it however you like (sweet or savory). I personally like it with garlic powder and oregano for dinner or cinnamon and sugar for breakfast. The water measurement is an estimate.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Preheat the oven to 400 if baking.
  2. Grease a baking sheet or a skillet.
  3. Mix the dry ingredients.
  4. Add the yogurt.
  5. Add enough water to make a batter.
  6. Pour onto the baking sheet and bake for 10 minutes.
  7. OR fry in the frying pan, turning once the first side is golden brown.
Most Helpful

Really, really glad that I tried this out!! Probably want to double it for a meal, though, and here's what I did with this great recipe: Used a low carb vanilla yogurt, added cinnamon (no Splenda or sweetner since I used a flavored yogurt) & used about 4 1/2 tsp water. I also added 1 tbsp Eggbeaters because I really don't like a "watery" taste & a little egg adds a little fluffiness! Make sure this is cooked well before flipping (I did this on my stovetop & yes, the batter is thick!), and sugar free syup tastes GREAT with this. I am planning on topping with some natural peanut butter & sliced bananas. Thanks so much for sharing this; what a funky name, too!

LUVMY2BOYS April 04, 2009

WOW, a delicious oatmeal cookie pancake! I added some cinnamon and an extra Tbsp of water because I use old fashioned oats and it really sucks up the liquid. It made a thick batter that was still easy to spread with the back of the spoon. For the topping I used 3 Tbsp of no sugar added maple syrup. What a terrific Sunday brekkie :D. Made for PAC, Spring 09.

Annacia March 29, 2009