Monday, April 16, 2012

Oatmeal Pancake Mix

I copied this recipe several years ago from my friend, Susan.   It’s a winner in our house!  I like the fact that you can make a big batch and store it in the fridge, or in our case the freezer.  {My tweaks are in brackets.}

3 cups whole wheat flour or whole wheat pastry flour {I use pastry}

2 cups unbleached all-purpose flour

3 1/2 cups old fashioned or rolled oats {We don’t care for the texture of the whole oats in the pancakes, so I whirl them in the blender to make them finer.  Or you could probably use oat flour.}

3 T. sugar

3 T. baking powder

1 T. salt

1 T. baking soda

1 cup vegetable or canola oil {canola for us}

Mix all together in large bowl.  Store in airtight container in fridge or freezer.

For approx. 10 pancakes (5 in.):

1 cup mix

1 cup milk

1 egg

Blend together in blender.  Let it sit 15-20 minutes to reconstitute.

Cook on skillet with a little oil or cooking spray.

{The cooked pancakes freeze well.  I just reheat them under the broiler for a few minutes.}

There is a really neat giveaway over on Angie’s blog.  I’m not gonna tell what it is, but it’s really cool!

It’s All Healthy Breakfast Good!


I’m also participating on my B.E. Creative Co. blog here.


  1. Thanks for linking to my blog!!

  2. oh they sound great--i love pancakes--esp. buckwheat--

  3. I was so honored to see my recipe here :o) I followed Angie's link from B.E. Creative link. Thanks for the link and the opportunity to put my name in the hat for those adorable mug placemats.

  4. Mmmmm......looks Yummy! I love anything with oatmeal in it!
    Happy Day to you and yours!


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