You people need to make: Magic Oaty Pancakes
Magic Pancakes (makes 6-12 depending on size of cookie cutter, type of yogurt, type of Oats and number of eggs used)
1 sachet of Oats So Simple (or your HEB Oats allowance)
1 syn free yogurt such as Muller Light (try vanilla flavour first before experimenting)
Make 'Magic Porridge' by mixing the oats and the yogurt and leaving in the fridge overnight.
Next day, mix 2-3 eggs into the yogurt and oat mix thoroughly and add a couple of tablespoons' sweetener.
Then, get a hot not-stick frying pan, add frylight (I used Better than Butter but any flavour will do - obv not Wok Light though, urgh!)
Place your cookie or pastry cutter in the pan and gently pour a little mixture in until it fills the base of the cutter.
Wait a minute for the base to harden then remove the cookie cutter. After another min or so (use your judgement) flip carefully with a fish slice or spatula.
This picture is mine.
I used a Weight Watchers Toffee Apple yogurt with 2 eggs and an Oats So Simple. Obviously because there is less yogurt than a Muller and less oats than a new HEb, I only used 2 eggs. It made 6 pancakes. I served with a side of banana and a 2 syn drizzle of honey.
Now, because we have soooo many choices of yogurt, you can really experiment with flavours and toppings! I can't wait to try banana muller with nutella on top and raspberries on the side!
Try it, I promise it's lovely - and PERFECT for pancake day coming up!
They are not like crepes, they are more like the 'American' stacking style pancakes.
Enjoy! I got this recipe from the Slimming World facebook group, from a genius called Tracey, so I can't take credit for it. But I CAN tell you that it's looooovely!
They sound really nice will have to give them a go. Thanks for sharing
Ok vixxster I'm gonna try it!!!!! Xxxx
I have vanilla yogurt and mango i think... Mmmm excited now!
Oooo, nice! Now I might sound really stupid here, but did you use metal cutters? xx
yum, off to mix yogurt and porridge now for tomorrow
I have been making pancakes like that for a while, is a breakfast I have quite often . Love it with bacon and maple syrup
this is my one American Style Breakfast | Slimming Eats - Slimming World Recipes
Last edited by BritMumInCanada : 25th January, 2012 at 07:41 PM
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yum yum yum yum. i neeeed to try this xx
Sorry this is a stupid question... Why size yogurt should I use for 1 sachet of porridge?
I don't eat mullers that's why I ask x
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sounds and looks really yummy thanks for sharing x
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Sounds very much like the Dukan crepes but they use oatbran instead. The only Dukan recipe I use as I am not anti carbs by any means.
Oooh Britmum you use Readybrek, I did wonder whether Readybrek would work! I shall try it out!
Don't think it needs the baking powder etc though, works without!
Sian I did use metal cutters, but if you're careful you won't damage your pan xx
the baking powder does make a difference I find, as it keeps them light and fluffy. But yes they would be fine without.
Originally Posted by Vixxster
I don't need to use any metal cutters with these. I get perfectly round American style pancakes with my mix by just pouring some of the batter mix into the pan.
I make a similar pancake for my 9 month old, using fruit puree instead of yoghurt, I do baby led weaning with her and she LOVES them. Lol
Last edited by BritMumInCanada : 26th January, 2012 at 07:39 PM
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