Oat Pancakes

Recipe by TobiasJP

  • Time needed: Best if oats are soaked overnight. 10 Hours.
  • Calories per serving: 250
  • Servings: 4
  • Difficulty: 1
  • Rating: 5.00 based on 2 reviews

A tasty treat for breakfast either on their own or with a slice of Bacon.

Ingredients

• 187gms Oats
• 300ml Full Fat Milk
• 1 Egg
• 1/2 tsp Salt
• 1/2 tsp Bicarbonate of Soda
• Coconut Oil / Butter or Ground Nut Oil for frying

Method

Soak the oats and salt in milk overnight in a covered bowl in the fridge.
Add egg and bicarbonate of soda and mix.
Heat oil/butter into frying pan and when hot spoon pancake mix into pan.
When the top of the pancakes bubble, turn over and allow to brown on other side.

6 reviews for “Oat Pancakes”

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    Great recipe. These pancakes cooked well and tasted good. Made enough for my family of 4 and the kids liked them. They are really filling, only need 1 or 2 for breakfast. I kept a couple of leftover ones in the fridge and had them for lunch with cream cheese & avocado. Yummy.

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    What kind of oats are you using? Rolled oats?

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    Delicious and easy recipe. Thank you Tobias! We had them for breakfast – worked out 122 calories for 2 pancakes (which was perfect for me) husband ate 3! I added half cup of blueberries and a tbsp of full cream organic yoghurt. Made 16 pancakes total – which I counted as 4 serves.

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    These are great, I’ll. e making these a lot.

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    what would the carb count for each pancake be?

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    Absolutely delicious! Genuinely surprising how much these are actually like pancakes, so tasty and filling. I made a few adjustments to the recipe:
    I hadn’t thought far enough ahead to soak the oats so instead I blended 100 g oats with approx. 300 mL milk in my smoothie blender, just a quick few blitzes, then I heated this mixture in the microwave for 2 mins, just to get it to a thicker consistency. After letting this cool for a minute, I added 1/2 tsp baking powder and 1/4 tsp bicarb and one egg and 1 tsp CINNAMON, mixed well. I fried these in a tsp of butter for a few mins on each side, served with a few strawberries and blueberries!
    Yum 🙂

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