Oat Pancakes (Wheat Free)

"These pancakes are made with oatmeal ground to a flour. No wheat flour. I serve these with soy protein sausage links (BOCA brand) and a little pure maple syrup or blue agave nectar (a low-glycemic syrup)."
 
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Ready In:
25mins
Ingredients:
7
Yields:
8 4-inch pancakes
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Put oats in a blender or food processor and blend about one minute, or until ground to a flour consistency.
  • Combine oat flour, salt, baking powder and cinnamon in a large mixing bowl; mix well.
  • Combine egg, milk and vanilla in a small bowl and mix well.
  • Stir liquid mixture into dry mixture; mix until just moist. Allow to rest 5 minutes.
  • Heat a nonstick large skillet or gridle over medium heat.
  • When hot, pour 1/4 cup batter for each pancake.
  • Cook until bubbles form on surface of pancake. Turn over and cook until lightly browned.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Kathie R.
    Can you please list nutrition information, such as carbs, calories, how many pancakes per serving, etc. Thank you! I'm making these tonight and hope to share recipe. :)
     
  2. Heather H.
    Can water be used instead of milk? Thanks
     
  3. fredkaplan
    What is the cups/ounces equivalent of pre-made oat flour to the 1 1/2 cups of rolled oats prior to the blender/food processor instruction? I don't have a blender/food processor and my tinkering with the recipe yield pancakes that were way too dense.
     
  4. Aurora P.
    Can I make these pancakes without grounding up the oats? My father cannot have flour, and he thinks that whole (not ground oats) would be cool!?!?
     
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Reviews

  1. Valerie W.
    These are the BEST pancakes I've ever had. I do not say that lightly. I signed up to this site just so I can review this recipe. Also, in case you are wondering, they are still awesome without eggs. I didn't have eggs today when I made them and they are still awesome! Possibly even better without. From now on, I will just skip the eggs every time, less calories.
     
  2. squeakiest
    Wonderful recipe. Was surprisinly fluffy yet very filling. I substituted soy milk for the regular milk though. Makes 1 1/2 belgian waffles. Thanks to Dreamer for suggesting serving with apple sauce. Was a yummy touch! I have only been eliminating wheat from my diet for almost 2 months now and these satisfied my texture craving very well. Thanks for the recipe!
     
  3. puppitypup
    Mikekey, I love these! I especially appreciate how healthy they are. I was a little worried about how thin the batter was, but after resting for 5 minutes, it thickened up and the pancakes were absolutely perfect. For anyone who loves country style pancakes, you'll love these. I halved the recipe and it yielded 3 4-inch pancakes. Thanks for a keeper!
     
  4. Emma D.
    Recently started avoiding wheat and had a craving for pancakes. These were a wonderful substitution. Heavier texture than regular pancakes, but more pancake-y then those banana and egg only ones. Exactly what I was looking for. Great as written, but I may tweak the flavours in the future. Will make again.
     
  5. Rachael U.
    I loved these. I added a splash of honey to the batter before pouring onto the griddle and tasted it to check for a slightly sweet touch and it was just enough. These are hearty and my dad loved them, someone who usually hates healthy stuff I make.
     
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Tweaks

  1. Sol A.
    my favorite recipe, I add a couple tsp raw sugar to the dry mix, substitute milk with vanilla almond milk and add semi sweet chocolate chips. Everyone here likes them better than regular pancakes!
     
    • Review photo by Sol A.
  2. lindsita726
    Vanilla almond milk instead of regular milk!
     
  3. Keiki
    I added 2 tablespoons of honey!
     
  4. Kitti Kat
    Add sugar to the dry mix
     
  5. Rich R.
    A tablespoon or two of lite and fit fruit yogurt, a little olive oil at times.
     

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