It’s Sunday Morning, so I thought it would be a good time to have my Apple-Oatmeal Pancakes. They’re Aztec Diet friendly and easy peasy to make. They’re moist and sweet, so they don’t need butter or syrup. If you want to reduce the fat, reduce the batter to one egg or use egg-whites instead.
Heat your frying pan or griddle medium (these are tender, so you don’t want it as hot as for regular pancakes)
Dump the following in a blender:
1 apple, in chunks (minus the core)
1/2 Cup almond milk
1 Cup rolled or quick oats
1 TBSP baking powder (non-aluminum, preferably)
1 pinch salt
Blend until more-or-less smooth
lightly oil your griddle (coconut oil preferred)
Pour dollar-sized pancakes (these do not flip well if they are made as full sized pancakes)
Turn when bubbles break and set in the top.
Makes a feast for one or modest portions for two.
Add cinnamon to taste
Add in a handful of walnuts and pulse once the batter is ready.
Substitute 1/4 cup plain yogurt and 1/4 cup water for the almond milk, or use regular milk
Add 2 TBSP cocoa and honey to taste for chocolate pancakes.