These pancakes are super quick to make. They are also very
healthy and easy. You don't have to precook the whole oats at all
which makes this recipe something you can make every morning if
you want. You also don't have to use the quick cooking kind of
I use regular whole oats because they just get blended up
anyway. I use my blender to make these. It is very easy to mix
all the ingredients together in a blender and then just pour the
mixture right onto your skillet. When your done, all you have to
clean up is the skillet and the blender.
What you need:
1 cup of egg beaters (egg substitute)
1 1/2 cup of frozen strawberries, thawed
1 cup of Kroger Strawberry Vanilla yogurt (or your favorite strawberry yogurt)
2 cups of whole oats
1/4 cup of milk (if necessary)
How to make them:
Put all of your ingredients in the blender and turn on high until
your batter looks smooth. If the batter is too thick add a little
milk to thin it out if necessary. I use an electric skillet for
cooking these but you can use a large pan on the stove too. If
using an electric skillet, turn it on about 275 F. If your using
the stove, set it to medium low. Pour your pancakes right out of
the blender into your skillet. Cook until you see the bubbles
coming up and then flip them over. These pancakes will brown very
nicely. You can serve these plain and they will taste great. You
can also top with butter and your favorite syrup or whip cream
and fresh strawberries an extra special breakfast treat! I
usually get about 12-16 medium sized pancakes out of this batter.
You can freeze the leftovers for snacks, too!
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