These light and fluffy oatmeal pancakes are easy to make and taste delicious topped with a strawberry yogurt-maple syrup drizzle. In collaboration with Onken.
My kids absolutely love pancakes (or crepes, depending on if it’s myself or my husband making them!). I like to make thick, fluffy, American style pancakes (while he makes thin European-style crepes). Both have their place at the table, but for this recipe, I’ve jazzed up the traditional pancake with some oatmeal and a yogurt-maple syrup drizzle.
These oatmeal pancakes are super easy to make too – if you’ve got the embedded video in this post playing (it should have appeared at the top of this post when you opened the page and it’s now playing as a sticky sidebar video to your right) – you’ll see our 11-year-old daughter make the recipe as I film. You won’t see it if you’ve got your ad blocker running.
These pancakes are more filling than regular pancakes, with the addition of the oatmeal, and they keep for a few days too, in an airtight container. They’re rather delicious cold with a smear of butter for an afternoon snack.
INGREDIENTS FOR OATMEAL PANCAKES WITH YOGURT-MAPLE SYRUP
- quick-cooking porridge oats
- full-fat milk
- free range egg
- sunflower oil
- plain flour
- bicarbonate of soda
- Canadian maple syrup
- yogurt – I’ve used Onken 0% Fat Strawberry but plain yogurt works really well too
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HOW TO MAKE OATMEAL PANCAKES WITH YOGURT-MAPLE SYRUP
Step 1: Place milk and oats in a bowl and leave to soak. Mix egg, oil and vanilla together in a jug, set aside.
Step 2: Sift together flour, salt and baking soda.
Step 3: Add the soaked oats and the egg mixture.
Step 4: Stir until well combined.
Step 5: Mix yogurt and maple syrup together in a separate bowl.
Step 6: Cook pancakes and serve with fresh fruit and the yogurt-maple syrup.
This recipe is made in collaboration with Onken yogurt. They challenged me to come up with three different recipes that could be made from a single pot of their 0% Fat Strawberry yogurt.
In addition to these oatmeal pancakes with a strawberry yogurt maple syrup, I’ve made a delicious strawberry post-workout protein shake as well as a scrummy French-style strawberry yogurt cake. Visit the Onken website and check out their recipes section for these recipes and many more!
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