There's no better way to start your day than with these slimming friendly Oat Pancakes and they even fit in with calorie counting and plans like Weight Watchers!
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These Oat Pancakes are really easy to whip up, so there’s no need to wait for the weekend to enjoy pancakes for breakfast. They’re really versatile and you can serve them with pretty much anything you want. Top with sugar free jam, reduced fat squirty cream, choc shot or even a squeeze of lemon!
We’ve used Ready Brek in our Oat Pancakes because they we find they give the pancakes a nice texture, but you could also blitz normal porridge oats in a food processor!
Our Oat Pancakes recipe is loved by adults and kids alike, so getting flipping and sharing these pancakes with your family and friends!
What diets are these Oat Pancakes suitable for?
This Oat Pancakes recipe is suitable for vegetarians.
They can be made gluten free as long as you swap out the following ingredients for gluten free versions;
- Porridge oats
They can also be made dairy free as long as you swap out the following ingredients for dairy free versions;
Please make sure to double or triple check all of your ingredients if you’re cooking for people with allergies.
How Weight Watchers friendly is this Oat Pancakes recipe?
Weight Watchers’ new PersonalPoints plan calculates each individual’s Points allowance based on their unique food preferences and goals. This means we’re no longer able to offer exact WW points for our recipes.
The good news is that all of our recipes are still Weight Watchers friendly! If you have any questions about your Points budgets or you’re unsure how a certain recipe will fit into your plan, please reach out to Weight Watchers directly.
Do you need any special ingredients to make Oat Pancakes?
These Oat Pancakes are really simple to make and the ingredients are things that you probably have in the cupboard and fridge already.
For the oats, we suggest using Ready Brek as it’s already finely milled which gives the pancakes a nicer texture. If you only have normal porridge oats then you can just blitz these in a food processor for the same effect.
We also find they are much easier to make in a non-stick frying pan!
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Mix all ingredients together.
Spray your frying pan with low calorie cooking spray and heat gently.
Drop in small dollops to make patty-size pancakes.
Allow to cook through before gently turning.
Delicious with sweetened quark, fruit, Sweet Freedom Choc Shot, or Nutella and some strawberries, blueberries and low fat aerosol cream if wished (optional).
What can I serve with these Oat Pancakes?
How do I know when these Oat Pancakes are cooked?
You should cook your Oat Pancakes until they are golden on both sides and cooked through. When one side of the pancake is cooked, you’ll be able to gently flip it over without it falling apart.
If they are colouring before they are set enough to flip, then reduce the heat. This should take approx 10 minutes on the hob over a medium-low heat.
Standard advice here in the UK is to cook food until it has reached 70°C and stayed at that temperature for 2 minutes. This is to keep your family safe.
How long can you keep these Oat Pancakes in the fridge?
If you allow any leftovers to cool, make sure to refrigerate in a container with a lid and chill. You can keep leftovers of Oat Pancakes in the fridge for approximately 3 days or so.
Can I freeze these Oat Pancakes?
We wouldn’t recommend freezing these Oat Pancakes.
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There’s no better way to start your day than with these slimming friendly Oat Pancakes and they even fit in with calorie counting and plans like Weight Watchers!
- KCals 291
- Carbs 31G
- Mix all ingredients together.
- Spray your frying pan with low calorie cooking spray and heat gently.
- Drop in small dollops to make patty-size pancakes.
- Allow to cook through before gently turning.
- Delicious with sweetened quark, fruit, Sweet Freedom Choc Shot, or Nutella and some strawberries, blueberries and low fat aerosol cream if wished (optional).
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