Oatmeal Pancakes

I love pancakes. I guess everybody does. My mother used to make them bear-shaped, allowing me and my sisters to draw bear faces on them with Nutella. So, when I invited a friend of me to come over, I suggested making pancakes, but a healthier version than what we are used to. Eating oats every morning, the recipe on the Quaker Oat box, caught my attention. These guilt-free pancakes turned out to be delicious!

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Ingredients (ca. 6 pancakes, depending on how thick you like them)

  •  50 g Oats
  • 1,5 dl Skim Milk
  • 2 Eggs
  • 100 g Low Fat Greek Yoghurt
  •  30g Tagatesse or Stevia (or 60 g Sugar)
  •  Coconut Oil or Soy Butter (we used coconut oil)

Instructions

1. Combine all the ingredients in a bowl and use a blender to mix until the oats are properly ground

2. Leave the pancake batter at room temperature for about 5 minutes

3. Heat some coconut oil (or soy butter) and sauté the pancakes, flipping once, until both sides are golden.

Tip: if you’re looking for a healthy (or healthier) pancake topping, then you could just heat some (frozen) red (rasp)berries in a pan (and for the sweeth tooths between you: heat some dark chocolate to go with that).

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 Credit goes to Anneleen Vekemans for her incredibly cute company while baking these pancakes and Quaker Oats for the basis of this recipe.

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