Homemade Oatmeal Pancakes

If you are looking for a little different twist on breakfast then this oatmeal pancake recipe is a healthy twist to the old fashioned flapjack.

The oatmeal batter is easy to make and cooks up like the regular fluffy variety. These are delicious, wonderfully filling, and are a little healthier than the standard pancake recipe.

Oatmeal is loaded with soluble fiber, helps to reduce bad cholesterol in the body, and has rightfully earned its reputation as a health smart food.

So why not add it into your breakfast plans to create a healthier as well as much more satisfying meal to start your day. These will help you feel full longer.

Recipe Ingredients:

*1 1/2 cups quick oats
*1 1/4 cups flour
*2 tablespoons sugar
*1/4 cup olive oil (optional)
*1/2 teaspoon salt
*1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
*1 tablespoon baking powder 
*1 beaten egg
*2 cups milk
*1 teaspoon vanilla


1. Mix dry ingredients together in a large sized bowl.

2. Add wet ingredients in and mix thoroughly.

3. Let mixture sit for ten to fifteen minutes to allow the oatmeal time to absorb the liquid.

4. Your mixture will look a like runny oatmeal. Let batter sit for 10 - 15 minutes.

5. Pour about 1/4 to 1/2 cup of pancake batter into a hot greased griddle to cook.

6. When the batter bubbles throughout the pancake it is time to flip it.

7. Serve an oatmeal pancake just as you would a regular one with your choice of jam or syrup.

Pull out your favorite griddle and get cooking. Try out this oatmeal flapjack batter and see how deliciously it cooks up. Although pancakes are traditional for breakfast this meal is perfect for any time of the day.

* Did you know that oatmeal may help to control high cholesterol? Oatmeal is soluble fiber that can absorb cholesterol within it to help flush it safely from the body. Oatmeal is a heart smart food it is the ingredient that makes this recipe so special. Add it to your breakfast plan today. It is a food that is nutritious as well as wonderfully delicious and we all know that nothing says love quite like nutritious home cooking. 
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