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Whole Wheat and Oatmeal Pancakes
Category: Amy > Breakfast
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
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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 - Add variation to grocery list
For a slightly sweeter pancake. These can be eaten with or without maple syrup.
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.
Nutty Pancakes - Add variation to grocery list
This nutty version works really well with chopped pecans or walnuts. They taste delicious with maple syrup poured on top.
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.
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