Ameraussie's Gluten Free Oatmeal Pancakes

Ameraussie's Gluten Free Oatmeal Pancakes created by Outta Here

I found an oatmeal pancake recipe that sounded really good but it wasn't gluten free. I changed and adapted it to suit my tastes, made it gluten free, and, Voila! This is my favorite pancake recipe. It is hearty, heart-healthy, high protein, low glycemic and packs fiber for a satisfying breakfast that will carry you a long way. Note: the oats, milk and yogurt need to soak together for 8 hours before mixing in remaining ingredients. Freeze individual pancakes and you can reheat them in the oven (or microwave). Using a moderate oven, I wrap 2 pancakes in foil and heat for about 15 minutes, no thawing necessary. These make a great sandwich with your favorite nut butter. They are also great with your favorite jam, compote, syrup or combination topped with whipped cream!

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  • Prepare ahead, combine in one bowl the oats, yogurt and milk. Cover and let soak overnight (about 8 hours), in the fridge.
  • When you are ready to cook: whisk into the oat mixture the eggs, flour, agave nectar, vanilla, cinnamon, ginger, baking powder and salt. Mix well.
  • If the mix is too runny, add more flour 1/4 cup at a time. If the mix is too dry, add more milk, about 1/4 cup. (I've never needed to add more milk.).
  • Heat griddle or skillet and lightly coat with canola oil (or your favorite cooking spray). Low to medium heat.
  • Using a ladle or cup, spoon about 1/4 cup of batter onto griddle in a 4 - 5 inch circle. Let cook until bubbles appear and outer edges start to look dry (about 3-4 minutes). Flip the pancake with a turner and cook the other side for about 1 - 2 minutes. If it's nearly done, the top of the pancake will spring back when you gently press a spot (just like a cake in the oven does).
  • Serve plain, buttered or with your favorite toppings.
  • Prep and cooking time do not reflect soaking the oats. Cooking time is per pancake. Cooking one at a time obviously takes a lot more time than cooking multiples.
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"I found an oatmeal pancake recipe that sounded really good but it wasn't gluten free. I changed and adapted it to suit my tastes, made it gluten free, and, Voila! This is my favorite pancake recipe. It is hearty, heart-healthy, high protein, low glycemic and packs fiber for a satisfying breakfast that will carry you a long way. Note: the oats, milk and yogurt need to soak together for 8 hours before mixing in remaining ingredients. Freeze individual pancakes and you can reheat them in the oven (or microwave). Using a moderate oven, I wrap 2 pancakes in foil and heat for about 15 minutes, no thawing necessary. These make a great sandwich with your favorite nut butter. They are also great with your favorite jam, compote, syrup or combination topped with whipped cream!"

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    Ameraussie's Gluten Free Oatmeal Pancakes Created by Outta Here
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    This are really great! I have tried other pancakes made with gluten-free flour and found them to have a taste or texture I didn't care for. Loved the spices in these, and the yogurt gives it a "buttermilk" flavor. Served mine with some agave nectar. Very filling, also!
  3. AmerAussie
    I found an oatmeal pancake recipe that sounded really good but it wasn't gluten free. I changed and adapted it to suit my tastes, made it gluten free, and, Voila! This is my favorite pancake recipe. It is hearty, heart-healthy, high protein, low glycemic and packs fiber for a satisfying breakfast that will carry you a long way. Note: the oats, milk and yogurt need to soak together for 8 hours before mixing in remaining ingredients. Freeze individual pancakes and you can reheat them in the oven (or microwave). Using a moderate oven, I wrap 2 pancakes in foil and heat for about 15 minutes, no thawing necessary. These make a great sandwich with your favorite nut butter. They are also great with your favorite jam, compote, syrup or combination topped with whipped cream!
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