Brown Sugar Oatmeal Pancakes
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 15 min.
Makesabout 10 pancakes
Used all King Arthur white flour and left out the oatmeal, they were delicious!!
I've been making these for a long time and they are still a family favorite. Very thick but easily diluted with a spoon of buttermilk. I used to double the recipe and freeze any leftovers between double layers of waxed paper. Served with warm maple syrup! Even reheated these are fantastic!
My pancake aficionado kids loved this recipe and said no more regular pancakes. I added a small scoop of applesauce after reading all the reviews that talked about such thick batter. My batter wasn't thick at all but I also didn't have whole wheat flour and just used all regular gluten free flour. That might have affected the thickness as well. Plus I added a teaspoon of vanilla and a dash of cinnamon and topped them with blueberries and raspberries. These were really wonderful. Not as heavy as I thought people said in other reviews but definitely filling. Really great recipe and definitely a family pleaser.
made this am, are great. next time will drop sugar to 1/4 cup- were not too sweet, but I like to top pancakes with powdered sugar and lingonberries; ie sweetness on top, not in my pancakes. We only have regular oats because we eat oatmeal and reg. tastes better but worked fine-I soaked the oats for 10-15 mins in the buttermilk while I mixed dry ingred. and cooked sausage. had to add another tbl or so of milk after combining all ingred. one note: they don’t really bubble to indicate ”turn now” by time they really bubble, too done, so check early on!
We loved these pancakes!!! Light and fluffy!
These pancakes are wonderful. The only change I make is I only use 1/4 not packed brown sugar. I also let the batter sit for about 15 minutes and they come out perfect every time. Thanks for the recipe
I started making these for my family a few months ago. My teenage boys love them, and don't want me to ever go back to my previous (also very good) pancake recipe. These stick with you a little longer. One son eats them with peanut butter on them, one with syrup, and the third with applesauce. Sometimes I use jam. My husband likes them with whatever there is to put on them.
These are amazing pancakes! We love them in the fall with warm syrup!! YUMMMM
Even though I didn't have whole flour on hand they came out amazing. I see many more of these in my future, but not to many they are a heavy pancake.
Good either just made or from freezer.