Wake up to healthier mornings with this Oatmeal Pancakes Recipe. Who didn’t love classic pancakes as a kid? You probably said to yourself that you can eat them forever. As an adult, however, after eating one too many, you’d probably feel ready to get right back to bed. You’d feel so heavy and bloated because the carbs are so cruel. Luckily, pancakes are extremely versatile. The base ingredients are so simple that you can enjoy it with different flavors and textures. If you want to go healthier, you can combine oatmeal and pancakes to make this oatmeal pancake recipe. We used rolled oats for a chewier texture in our recipe but instant oats are totally fine.
These oatmeal pancakes are just as quick and easy to make as your regular pancakes. The only difference is the healthy addition of oats so that the flavorful homey memories of your childhood stay the same. The best thing about this pancake recipe is the added health benefits from the oats which are known to be among the most nutrient-dense grains. So if you’re looking for something easy-to-make, healthy, and undeniably delicious all at the same time, this oatmeal pancakes recipe is for you!
Being and eating healthy is a choice that you have to proactively act on. This is especially true for your diet choices and meal planning. However, being healthy doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice flavor and variety. We recommend browsing our other healthy recipes to create a varied and tasty meal plan! For a different but equally tasty breakfast option, you can never go wrong with this Greek Yogurt Banana Pancakes Recipe.
How to Make Oatmeal Pancakes
We’re making fluffy and delicious pancakes healthier with old-fashioned rolled oats. Fuel your mornings better with this satiating breakfast staple.
In a large bowl, combine the oats and milk together. Whisk until well combined.
Add in the melted butter, eggs, and sugar. Whisk to combine.
Add the flour, baking powder, salt, and cinnamon powder. Whisk just until all the ingredients are combined.
Lightly grease the pan. Put tablespoonfuls of pancake batter onto the pan. Cook the pancakes at medium-high heat.
Flip the pancakes when they start to bubble and the edges seem to be cooked. Cook until both sides are golden brown.
Once done, transfer your pancakes to a serving plate and garnish them with confectioner’s sugar. Serve and enjoy!
- Sugar: 5g
- Calcium: 184mg
- Calories: 208kcal
- Carbohydrates: 29g
- Cholesterol: 76mg
- Fat: 7g
- Fiber: 2g
- Iron: 2mg
- Potassium: 165mg
- Protein: 8g
- Saturated Fat: 3g
- Sodium: 359mg
- Vitamin A: 245IU
Commonly Asked Questions
Are oatmeal pancakes healthy?
Yes! Oats alone are considered to be among the healthiest grains. Oats are gluten-free. It’s rich in fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Adding it into our pancake batter definitely gives our soft and fluffy pancakes a healthy boost. We also suggest doing away with the syrup for a truly healthy meal. You can top it with fruits like strawberries to make it naturally sweet and more nutritious.
How do I make oatmeal pancakes without flour?
We can totally go flourless with this pancake recipe. You can use 1 1/2 cups of finely ground oats to replace 2/3 cup of all-purpose flour in this recipe, aside from the 1 cup of rolled oats for texture since oats are a good substitute for flour. You can pulse or blend your whole oats to a fine powder for a smoother texture for your pancakes. Another good flour replacement could be almond paste and egg whites. Do this by mixing 1 1/3 cup of almond paste and 1 large egg white. For gluten-free flour options, you can go with almond flour, buckwheat, cornmeal, and oat flour.
ConclusionPancakes taste incredible if done right. But no matter how good something tastes, eating the same thing can get boring in the long run. It’s a good thing you can go a little crazy and experiment with pancakes. Whether you like it simple or fancy, healthy, or dripping with syrup, it’s entirely up to you. If you want a healthy pancake, this Oatmeal Pancake Recipe is perfect for you. Make this recipe at home for a healthier breakfast to jumpstart your day!
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