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Ossie-Sharon 10 years ago

Hi, CookieA. You can cook the oats insteda of soaking them, but the soaking better preservesthe nutritional value (a similar principle to the “raw” diet).

Cookiea 10 years ago

I made a tweaked version of the oatmeal pancakes.

First of all seriously, soak the oats in the milk for 12 hours, are you kidding me, like most, I don’t know I’m gona be making pancakes until I’m….making pancakes.

I half the recipe, and having just run out of all my Quinoa flour (being funny not sarcastic) I use 100% wheat flour, regular eggs and 2% milk. As I usually do to my pancake batter added a good dash of cinnamon, and a few walnuts.

Most the batter was very runny and I had my doubts of it actually cooking into anything solid, but it sure did, and made very beautiful looking pancakes. Now they we’re actually good/tasty pancakes but surely NOT BAD. Honestly knowing they were much better for me and I shouldn’t be hungry again in just a few short hours, actually made them slightly better.

— CookieA

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