Porridge oat pancakes

c.hall 2015
c.hall 2015

So I know I have a post about pancakes already, but thought I’d share another recipe-just as healthy and filling, and this one happens to be flour free! Porridge Oat Pancakes:

About 30 gf grams oats

1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

I use almond milk, but you can use hot water or choice of milk

1 egg (*If you aren’t eating eggs, 1 mashed banana will do the job!)

In a mixing bowl, stir the oats and cinnamon. Pour the milk or water over the oats, and mix. Then whisk in egg. On a lightly oiled pan, drop two servings (I used an ice cream scooper to divide the mix). Cook until the edges are a little brown , and bubbles start to form, then flip! Once cooked, enjoy with maple syrup and you choice of berries!


4 thoughts on “Porridge oat pancakes

  1. Liesl

    Hi there! 🙂
    I just read the article about your oat milk. I hate wasting food too and liked the idea of using the mashed oates that end up in the sieve to make these pancakes. (Normally i put them in my breakfast yoghurt but sometimes i just prefer other breakfast options…)
    How much non-dairy-milk do you use for them? 🙂
    I definately wanna try them!
    Greetings from austria! 😀


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