Very healthy and loved the taste. Will add some chopped apple next time, and just make half a recipe.
From EatingWell: EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)
Start your day in a hearty, high-grain way with these buttermilk-oatmeal pancakes. Maple syrup is a perennial favorite atop a stack of these pancakes; sliced bananas would also complement their oat flavor.
9 Reviews for Buttermilk-Oatmeal Pancakes
I used spelt flour to make these. I added whole flax seeds. I completely skipped the sugar and other flours that are called for in this recipe. The maple syrup and cinamon was enough to sweeten them and provided good flavor. I also topped them w/fresh blueberries. My bf loved these. They are keepers!
Overal pretty good, but I think there was too much baking soda, which imparted a bitter, soapy taste. Yes, I used buttermilk. Also added chopped apples, and used 100% whole wheat pasty flour. I prefer my oatmeal pancakes more oatey. I have a favorite recipe but can't access it now. I'll post it when I find it in storage! :)
These were GREAT! I only had quick oats which bypassed the waiting of soaking rolled oats. The cinnamon was a yummy addition of taste! My husband said he really liked them; they didn't get spongy like normal pancakes. And all four of my children LOVED them! Makes eating healthy that much better!
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