Thursday, February 21, 2013

Oat Pancakes

 I got this recipe when I took my Foods class in high school. You can always add in fruit, raisins or even chocolate chips. One great thing is that you can freeze them and pop them into a toaster at a later date. I've made them at home but also while I was down at school... It does require two bowls and when you don't have a second bucket, you go and use a corona bucket... use what you have. :)

1 1/2cups large flake oatmeal
2cups milk
1cup all purpose flour
2Tbsp brown sugar
2Tbsp baking powder
1/2tsp salt
3 eggs
1/4cup oil

1. Mix oats and milk in a small bowl. Set aside until milk is almost absorbed. (About 5-8mins)
2. Combine flour, sugar, baking powder and salt in a mixing bowl. Stir well to blend.
3. Add eggs and oil to oat mixture. Beat well.
4. Add oat mixture to flour mixture all at once, stirring until smooth.
5. Pour batter by 1/4cupfuls onto preheated, lightly greased griddle. (We found the heat is good at 300F) Cook until bubbles break on surface. Turn and bake other side.
6. Serve hot with butter &/or syrup. (Or in my case peanut butter). Makes 12-18 pancakes. (Depends on how big you make them.

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