Thursday, April 22, 2010

Very Duggar Recipe: Oatmeal Pancakes

There's nothing better than fresh pancakes on a sunny morning. What kind of pancakes do the Duggars like? Oatmeal! 

Oatmeal Pancakes

Ingredients: 
  • 2 c. quick oats
  • 1/2 t. baking soda
  • 2 1/2 c. buttermilk
  • 1 c. flour 
  • 2 t. baking powder
  • 1 t. salt
  • 1 T. sugar
  • 1/3 c. salad oil
  • 2 eggs, beaten
Directions:
  1. Combine oats, soda, buttermilk. Let stand 5 min. 
  2. In another bowl combine flour, baking powder, salt, & sugar. 
  3. Combine oat mixture, oil, & eggs. 
  4. Add dry ingredients & stir till blended. 
  5. Cook on lightly greased griddle or skillet.
*Yield 14-16 Pancakes.

Variations/Suggestions:
*Substitute buttermilk for 2 1/2 cups milk or 2 1/4 cups milk and 2 tablespoons white vinegar or lemon juice.
*Add more or less salt based on personal preference.
*Use any kind of oil.
*This recipe is very tasty and healthy, too! At our breakfast table, everyone likes a different topping. Some suggestions are yogurt, applesauce, syrup, peanut butter, jelly and honey.

See more delicious Duggar recipes on our Recipes page!

Do you like oatmeal pancakes? Feel free to try this recipe and post critiques and reviews!

24 comments:

  1. Thanks for posting this oatmeal pancake recipe! These pancakes are healthy and tasty, which is a combination that is hard to come by.

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  2. We make these every weekend! My family loves them & I love giving them to my family because they are so hearty and healthy.

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  3. I like to cook a large batch & then freeze the individual pancakes. Then later I thaw only the number of pancakes I want and toast them in the toaster. Makes for a quick breakfast or anytime snack with a favorite topping.

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  4. These are so yummy! I was looking for a healthy alternative to the boxed mix that I used for my children. I will never go back to boxed mix again! Definitely worth the little extra time to make.

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  5. I think these would be amazing with apples and raisins added in!

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    1. bananas and butterscotch chips in this are AMAZING!

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  6. My husband and I absolutely enjoyed your recipe for the Oatmeal Pancakes. They are so delicious! To those of you who haven't tried it yet, you must try it. This recipe is definitely a keeper in my book. Thanks Duggar family!!

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  7. The recipe sounded amazing until I got to the part with the vinegar....can someone tell me what the point of that would be? Would that not curdle the mixture?

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    1. If you don't have buttermilk, but want that, you make your own using the milk and adding the vinegar. If you want to use milk, or buttermilk and you have some, then skip the vinegar part

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  8. @Michelle

    Hi Michelle,

    That's just a substitution for buttermilk (2 1/4 cups milk and 2 tablespoons white vinegar or lemon juice). We have used it plenty of times, and it doesn't curdle the mixture:)

    Lily and Ellie

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  9. How much almond milk would I add to this recipe? I have a daughter that can not have milk products and I would love to make these for the whole family.

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    1. You can make a non-dairy buttermilk by combining 2 1/4 cups almond milk with 2 tbsp vinegar or lemon juice.

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  10. I am interested in making these pancakes for my family. Unfortunately, my daughter is allergic to milk products or anything with casein in it. HOw much of a substitution milk can I use to make these?

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  11. I love your family. They are such an encouragement

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  12. Such a wonderful and blessed family

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  13. Excited to try this! Will the recipe taste any different with the substitutions?

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  14. @Anonymous

    Hi Anonymous 15,

    We don't think it tastes any different with the substitutions, but it depends on personal preference. :)

    ~Lily and Ellie

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  15. What is "salad oil"

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  16. @Anonymous

    Hi Anonymous 17,

    Salad oil is a generic term that refers to any type of light flavored oil, such as vegetable, canola, corn, or peanut. We usually use canola oil for this recipe.

    Blessings,
    Lily and Ellie

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  17. I have made a similar recipie but mine had raspberries in the pancake sounds odd but really good

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  18. I am sorry, but what is salad oil?

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  19. @Amy H

    Hi Amy,

    Salad oil is a generic term that refers to any type of light flavored oil, such as vegetable, canola, corn, or peanut. We usually use canola oil for this recipe.

    Blessings,
    Lily and Ellie

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  20. @Michelle
    Vinegar added to milk nakes a buttermilk like liquid

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  21. @MichelleI add the small amount of vinegar to the milk to "curdle" it just like the buttermilk.

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