Brown Sugar Oatmeal Pancakes are hearty, satisfying and easily made gluten free!
My family loves pancakes on Sunday mornings. We also go to church but I can make both work by making up my dry ingredients ahead of time. I just take an hour or so every several months and make several of our favorite recipes into quart size bags so Sunday mornings all I need to do is pour the dry together with the wet. It saves a lot of pulling out, measuring and putting away. When I make several together like that with similar ingredients, it is really very easy. I write on the bag what they are and what else is needed to make them so I don’t even have to pull out the recipe. Brown Sugar Oatmeal Pancakes is one of the recipes I always include in that line up.
Brown Sugar Oatmeal Pancakes are thick and hearty, include healthy oatmeal and are just sweet enough. I think they are perfect right off of the griddle with nothing added but most will add syrup, honey, jam or jelly. My hubby loves to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich with the leftovers. They also freeze well. I just put several in a sandwich ziplock bag and put them in the freezer; be sure they are cooled first.
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You need buttermilk for this recipe but you do not have to buy it special. Just add 1 Tbsp of vinegar or lemon juice for each cup of buttermilk needed and then add the milk. In this case, add 3 Tbsp of vinegar or lemon juice and then fill to the 3 cup line with milk and let it sit about 5 minutes or until you see bubbles forming; now you have buttermilk! You can use dairy, coconut or almond; I have used all of these. I imagine you could also use rice, cashew or others but I have not personally used those to know for sure. To make it dairy free, also substitute the butter with vegetable or coconut oil.
This recipe was adapted from Taste of Home. Find the original here.
This griddle is my favorite way to cook them. It is big enough to cook 6 at a time and washes up so easily.
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