I don't know about you, but my weekend never feels complete unless I have partaken in the eating of pancakes or waffles at least once. It is just so nice to have a break from my regular oatmeal or smoothie that I eat during the week. Andrew always makes fun of me though because as soon as I finish eating said pancakes or waffles I immediately start complaining about how my body is in carb overload and how I need to just go back to bed. Haha such a vicious cycle : ), but totally worth it.
I have tried a few gluten free pancake recipes and most of them taste like yuck and the texture is just awkward...so I was so happy to find a recipe that actually tasted delicious! I have also been in the Fall mood with the very slight drop in temperature so decided these pancakes must have apples!
"Everything can have drama if it's done right.
Even a pancake." - Julia Child
Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Pancakes
adapted from fitfoodiefinds.com
Mix together the following ingredients:
1 apple diced small (I peeled mine, but feel free to leave the peel on if you want)
1 cup oat flour (grind the oats in a food processor or blender until fine)
1/3 cup quick cook oats or regular oats
1 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. cinnamon
In separate small bowl mix together these ingredients then add to the above:
1/2 cup milk or milk alternative (almond, rice, cashew, etc...)
2 TBS honey
After wet and dry ingredients are mixed add and mix until combined:
2 TBS coconut oil melted
Cook on hot griddle coated with butter or coconut oil. Enjoy with hot maple syrup and a chunk of butter.