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An excellent recipe but I had to give it 4 stars for two reasons. First the recipe makes so much that it was much more than my 3 boys husband and I could eat. Second the flavor is a bit balnd and needs a bit of spicing up. To fix the first problem I simply divided in half. Instead of three eggs I used one whole egg and one egg yolk. To fix the second problem I kept the original 2 Tbls of brown sugar for the divided recipe and added vanilla extract and a little bit of cinnamon. Overall the texture of the pancakes are soft and fluffy. Even though they are made with oatmeal you would not know that unless told. My whole gang likes them including the picky 8 year old. One word of caution though these pancakes do not bubble the same way as normal pancakes so make sure you turn them when the edges are slightly drying to make sure you don't burn them.
Even though I made some changes, these still deserve 5 stars. The major change I made was using buttermilk in place of soy. I would have used soy, but I don't really have any other uses for it, so decided to go w/the buttermilk I already had instead. I used whole wheat pastry flour, and next time, will probably just use that and cut out the white flour altogether. I used old-fashioned oats because I don't keep quick oats on hand. They were great! I also added a little bit more blueberries. They were light and fluffy with a great texture inside and out!
Excellent and healthy. I have made these many times. If not a fan of soymilk you can substitute buttermilk or evaporated milk. I have made them all three ways depending on what I have on hand. These always turn out perfect. Easy and without the presevatives of packaged mixes.
Surprisingly moist fluffy and yummy. My favorite Saturday ritual at home was having mom's all fat sugar and white-flour pancakes but these had the same texture with more hearty taste; even used all whole wheat flour subbed applesauce for oil splenda for sugar and mostly egg whites; couldn't part with my maple syrup (which goes even better with hearty whole-wheat pancakes)
Definitely a different texture from your classic pancake but that's part of what makes it good. I use applesauce instead of the oil and regular milk instead of soy. Add a few extra blueberries they're good for you. Delicious and leftovers are good too.
These were very good! My husband and kids cleaned there plates even though it was a "healty" recipe! I did make a few changes as other reviewers noted. I used 1 cup buttermilk & 1 cup 2% milk instead of soy milk and I substituted 1/4 cup of applesauce for the olive oil. I also added a few shakes of cinnamon and a tsp of vanilla. I made the blueberry syrup listed with a waffle recipe from this site for the topping. What a tasty and healthy breakfast!! Thanks!
I used whole wheat pastry flour in place of the AP and half of the ww flour clabbered the soy milk a bit with 2 t. of white vinegar and used raisins in place of the blueberries I did not have. Made 17 (1/4 c.) pancakes that got better towards the end as I gained more patience and resisted flipping too early! I have since made these with blueberries ww pastry flour for all the AP flour and 4t of vinegar for clabbered soymilk. Made 14 (1/4 c.) fluffy pancakes!
My eighteen-month-olds loved these! I did add a teaspoon of vanilla and let the batter set for about 5 minutes to thicken up a bit. I also added more blueberries as another reviewer had suggested. Next time I will try applesauce instead of the olive oil (they had a slight olive oil taste). I think that they would be great with bananas or raspberries too!