M-O-M Pancakes

"This recipe makes a hearty filling pancake that is full of nutrition. You can used the flavored malt-o-meal instead but you may want to omit or cut back on the molasses and cinnamon. Optionally you can add fruit and or nuts to these."
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12 pancakes




  • Combine dry ingredients and liquid ingredients in separate bowls.
  • Add liquid mixture to dry mixture, stirring until combined. Let set for 5 minutes.
  • Pour 1/4 cup batter onto hot non-stick griddle. Cook until tops are bubbly and edges look dry. Turn and cook until lightly browned.

Questions & Replies

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  1. kristinmtrowbridge
    I have every ingredient on hand except for the powdered milk. Any suggestions on how to utilize regular cow milk in its place or other adjustments? Thank you!


  1. BJ S.
    Best ever pancakes. And that was my wife’s critique!! I left out molasses, vanilla, and egg. Substituted 2% milk for water and powdered buttermilk for dry milk. Also added 6 to 10 blueberries onto pancake batter when first poured into pan. Used 1/2 Tbsp in non-stick pan.
  2. loof751
    Great pancakes! Loved the flavor and texture the Malt-O-Meal gave (I used the regular flavor). I used half of the optional cinnamon and molasses amounts and loved the rich hearty flavor they gave. Really enjoyed these - thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for Spring PAC 2009
  3. Engrossed
    I haven't had pancakes in so long and am avoiding white flour so these were GREAT! Mine were fluffy and soft. I made a half recipe and used everything except the molasses. I also used some fresh squeezed OJ in place of some of the water. We enjoyed this with butter, homemade Splenda maple syrup and a fresh fruit compote. YUM! Made for Holiday tag.
  4. WI Cheesehead
    These were flatter pancakes, and took a little longer than usual to cook up, but they were good, as all my kids ate them. I used some regular and some maple MOM, so I reduced the cinnamon to 1/2 and left out molasses (personal pref.) I was glad it took powdered milk and water, as I was out of milk! I also added some flax and oat bran and next time will add 2 T protein powder. Might add a couple T of oil too.


  1. Rebecca Roisman
    Made these as a quick freezable/ toastable breakfast for my 1 year old. Instead of milk, used 1/4 cup whipping cream (unsweetened liquid), and 1.25 cups coconut milk, and about 1/4 water to thin (since both of those liquids are super thick); also skipped the molasses and applesauce because of the sweetness of the coconut milk and cream. She can’t feed herself with them, and loves them dipped in yoghurt or applesauce, and we do too!


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