OMG super easy oat pancakes that will change how you make pancakes forever. Filled with wholesome oats, these pancakes are full of fibre. Made in minutes and gobbled up even faster!
Guys…welcome to my breakfast. All the time.
No for real me and my family eat these almost everyday.
Best thing I have ever stumbled across. I didn’t even know oat pancakes were a thing before I first made these.
I created this recipe from pure necessity. Both my son’s used to LOVE porridge oats and we would have it every morning! You can’t beat some good ol’ oats in the morning. But, one day my youngest just stopped eating it. My morning’s got so much longer, the bribing the begging to just have 1 SPOON. I just couldn’t deal with it.
SO one day while I was making yet another bowl of porridge oats, I thought why don’t I just add an egg in this bowl and lets see if this can become a pancake.
OMG. It came out like a freaking pancake. I was sold..and the best bit? I didn’t have to wait for a bowl of porridge to cool. Winning.
The next day I added a little extra to make it more delicious, like a spoon of honey, coconut oil.
Although not necessary you could add in some baking powder to make it more fluffy AND vanilla extract for extra flavour. YUM. But when I am making these for the kids I don’t bother.
This base is my GO TO pancake mix and you could eat these with almost everything.
My favourite thing to add to pancakes is:
- Fresh fruits
- Drippy fruit compote
- Flavoured Greek yogurt
- Nut butter
- Healthy homemade Nutella
The kids love love love these oat pancakes strictly with peanut butter & honey. My 3 year old demands this in the morning’s now. I slather the PB and honey on the pancakes and then like toast put the 2 pancakes together and cut them in quarters.
Nice and neat. No mess. Boom.
So, your bout to make a bowl of porridge oats this morning? Try making these pancakes you’ll be so pleased you did. ♥
Super Easy Oat Pancakes
- 2 cups Oat flour regular oats blended into flour
- 2 medium eggs
- 1 and 1/4 cups milk any type of milk will do
- 1 tablespoon coconut oil or olive oil
- 1 tablespoon honey
(If you want here you could also add *a teaspoon baking powder and a teaspoon vanilla extract*)
Mix the eggs into a bowl and add in honey, oil and milk. Whisk until smooth.
Blend oats into fine powder and add into a separate bowl.
Add in the wet ingredients into the bowl of blended oats.
Whisk together again and let the mixture sit for about 5 min,to help thicken up slightly.
Set pan to medium heat and add in a drizzle of olive oil. Dollop a scoop of batter into pan and when bubbles appear on top flip. Continue this until till the batter is finished and voila pancakes are done!