I think it would work fine Kate. These are really tasty and freeze well. https://thepeacefulmom.com/2011/06/18/using-leftovers-oatmeal-pancakes/, $75 Grocery Budget Meal Plan (& grocery haul), Stress Free Holidays: 10 Minute Holiday Missions, 2 cups white flour (or 1 cup wheat + 1 cup white), 1 cup leftover oatmeal ( I have used up to 2 cups successfully by adding a little water to thin the batter.). Add eggs, flour, and baking powder and stir, adding a bit more flour or milk until desired consistency. Yum!! My 16yr old had 3rd helpings.I am not a pancake person per se but will eat oatmeal ones. She has been eating it since she was 6 months, and for a long time she ate it every day. Thanks so much for the notes on how you adapted the recipe Winne. (We do breakfast for dinner quite often) They were a HUGE hit! 1 tsp. Got leftover oatmeal? They were perfect! You’ll have to cook the pancakes in a few batches, so don’t use all of the fat on the first batch. Let me know if you like them. I love those add-in ideas. Thank you so much. We’ve had the best luck cooking them in cast iron. Might try it without the sugar next time since I’m using almond milk. OATMEAL PANCAKES (adapted from Eat Well For $50 A Week by Rhonda Barfield) INGREDIENTS. We just make him eat it anyway, but he found your pancake recipe and made it this morning. By using the food processor, you will break down the oatmeal which is something you need to do. (See gluten free notes below. So when I saw this I almost jumped out of my socks! Hi, I'm Sara, a Nutritionist, Director with Beautycounter, and blogger. Let me know how it goes. 2 cups cooked steel-cut oatmeal (*see note) 2 eggs, whisked. Thanks! I have 7 kiddos and all love oatmeal but my nine year old. I just made these for my 12-month-old son with some leftover strawberry banana oatmeal and they were a hit! Perfect for a cold, fall night. When the butter’s all melted, pour it into the batter. salt. For each pancake, pour 1/4 cup batter onto greased hot skillet. 🙂. Notify me via e-mail if anyone answers my comment. 2 large eggs. 4 tsp. Try these sweet and fluffy pancakes–I promise your kids will love them! I made apple oatmeal (oatmeal w/ shredded apples in it). These pancakes are super moist and delicious, and don’t even need syrup, but a side of fruit is the perfect complement! Finally made these tonight for supper. That's not the traditional preparation, but a modern adaptation to make these in kitchens where leftover oatmeal isn't something you save. Can you make the batter ahead of time and use it the next day? Just found your recipe from a Pinterest search. Now it’s about 3-4 times a week. I wonder if maybe the baking powder was not mixed well in the dry ingredients. Oatmeal is Cornelia’s comfort food. 1 tablespoon (20 grams) unsulphured (not blackstrap) molasses or 1 tablespoon honey. ), (adapted from Eat Well For $50 A Week by Rhonda Barfield), 2 cups white flour (or 1 cup wheat + 1 cup white)*, 1 cup leftover oatmeal ( I have used up to 2 cups successfully by adding a little water to thin the batter. These healthy oatmeal pancakes are made entirely with oats processed in a blender (that’s right, oatmeal pancakes with no flour), making them 100% whole grain and naturally gluten free. I decreased sugar to 1/4 c. YUMMY! Recipe: Leftover-oatmeal pancakes There are many variations for pancakes. Added to my list of favs, That sounds delicious and healthy Chrystah! The one thing we all have in common - there isn’t just one way to get there. 1/2 tsp. 🙂. So glad you enjoyed them Courtney! We make at least double of everything else in our kitchen, so why not oatmeal, too! Thanks for this, I recently switched my two year old to Gluten & Dairy Free. Since she wont eat it for to meals back to back, we do end up with a lot of leftover oatmeal. *To make this recipe gluten free, use 2 cups Bob’s Red Mill Gluten-Free Pancake Mix and skip the baking powder. Cook until bubbles begin to form on top, turn and brown the other side. Thanks for taking the time to let me know. Meanwhile, incorporate milk into leftover oatmeal until the lumps are mostly worked out. Combine dry ingredients (first four) in a large bowl. Whisk the dry ingredients (oat flour, flour, sugar, baking powder and salt) together in a large bowl. Sometimes that happens to me. To make lummur with raw oats, combine 1 1/4 cup flour, 3/4 cup rolled oats, 1 tsp baking powder, 1 tbsp sugar, 1 cup milk, 1 egg and a pinch of salt.