Baked Oats & Walnut Pancakes

Making pancakes does not getting any easier than pouring the batter into a pan and baking!  Wow, I wish I had figured that one out sooner!

These are still great if you want to make them on the griddle, but I specifically put together this recipe to bake in an 8×8 pan.

Served warm with real butter and raw honey, these baked pancakes are delicious!  (And yes, I realize that “baked” and “pancakes” don’t really go together.  So for the purpose of this discussion, if you’re terribly Type A like me, you can call this dish baked pancake, no ‘s’.)  Now that we have that behind us, would you look at that?

Enjoy!

 


Comments

  1. Sarah Bass says:

    Wow, Brandy – that looks awesome! I’ll be making this for my crew this weekend. Yummy! I wish I could have some. I’m doing a trial of gluten-free. Let me know if you try a wheat-free version for your son and y’all like it! 🙂 By the way, have you tried any all-purpose GF flour blends (bought or homemade) that you really recommend? I like King Arthur but it’s a bit expensive. 🙂 I wonder if it would work in this recipe? Thanks again for sharing with us! God continue to bless you and all yours!

  2. Yum! Kinda like cake for breakfast…No complaints here 🙂

  3. YUM!! Made it this morning for my family. One kid liked it, one wanted it next time without nuts, the baby ate it (means she liked it), another kid never ate breakfast so didn’t try it and I liked it except for the nutmeg. Not a nutmeg fan. I even put some flax in it to add more fiber. Thanks for the recipe!

  4. I made this tonight with many changes as we are gluten, dairy and sugar free. I used better batter gluten free flour, coconut oil, coconut milk and maple syrup. The flavor was great but the texture was a bit gummy. I know it is because of the gf flour, all of my pancakes turn out this way. It was definitely good enough to make again. My 2 year old ate 3 helpings! If anyone makes this gf and it doesn’t turn out gummy, please post! Thank you, Brandy! This is so much easier than making pancakes. We all got to eat warm pancakes at the same time 🙂

  5. Used pecans because that’s what I had. Everyone loved it. Have you tried making a bigger pan or, do you make multiple 8x8s for your family? It needs to be larger to feed everyone but I’m worried about a soggy middle.
    Thanks for posting.

  6. Would it work with all white flour instead of using wheat? I don’t normally have wheat flour on hand and don’t want to buy a bag just for a 1/2 cup.
    It looks great and would love to try it.

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