Whole Wheat and Oatmeal Pancakes
A great sunday morning breakfast. Goes well with chocolate chips and nuts (see variations). Serves well with maple syrup.Servings: 3 adults
Preparation Time: 5 min
Cooking Time: 10 min per round (depends on size of griddle/pan)
Author Rating: 8/10
Mash the bananas. Mix all the ingredients together. I find it easiest to start with the milk, add the flour, other ingredients, followed by the mashed bananas and oatmeal at the end.
Pour small to medium pancake sizes on a pan or griddle. The picture shows the variations as well. When adding chocolate chips or nuts, push down the chips/nuts into the batter so they don't burn when you flip the pancake.
Flip the pancakes after about 5 min. They should look slightly shaded.
Serve with maple syrup.
Notes:You can throw in other fruits too. Blueberries or raspberries are some of our favorites.
Chocolate Chip Pancakes
For a slightly sweeter pancake. These can be eaten with or without maple syrup.
|0.25 cup||chocolate chips|
Directions: Add about 10 chocolate chips per pancake depending on the size and your preference. Use a fork to push down the chips before flipping the pancake.
Recipe provided via www.MeanMeals.com
This nutty version works really well with chopped pecans or walnuts. They taste delicious with maple syrup poured on top.
|0.25 cup||chopped pecans or walnuts|
Directions: Add about 7 pieces of nuts to each pancake depending on the size of the pieces and pancakes and your preference. Use a fork to push the nut pieces down before flipping the pancakes.