Tasty Tuesday: Oven Baked Pancakes

 I like love simple Sunday dinners so when I found this I was most excited:  Oven Baked Pancakes.  Toss in a bowl, mix, pour, bake.  No slaving over a griddle/pan.  Yes, please, sign me up!!!
This morning while I was re-creating this recipe I meant to time myself to see how long it would take.  Well, I forgot to do that but I can assure you it isn't long!

Cast of Characters:

Add to bowl

Add dry ingredients-give a little stir
Mix in wet ingredients-stir 
Add fun mix-ins:  chocolate chips, fruit, cinnamon, etc
Pour in baking dish (9x13 or larger for less "thick" pancakes

Cut and serve

2 1/2 c whole wheat flour (I use freshly ground hard white wheat)
2 T sucanat (white sugar would be fine)
2 t baking powder
1 t sea salt
1/2 c water + 4 T ground flax seeds (or 4 egg whites)
1/4 melted coconut oil (or 1/4 oil)
2 c liquid (I used 1 c coconut milk & 1 c water-just bring frugal here add 2 c milk if you like)
1/2 t pure vanilla extract
Optional Fun Add Ins: chocolate chips, banana slices (any fruit), cinnamon or nutmeg to taste 


1. Mix dry ingredients then add your wet ingredients.

2. Pour the batter into a lightly coconut oiled/buttered dish (9 x 13 inches). 

3. Bake at 450° F for 12 minutes until  golden brown. 

4. Cut each whole wheat pancake into servings.  Or get cutesy and use a cookie cutter to create fun shapes!

5. Serve with fresh fruit and pure maple syrup, a sprinkle of cinnamon or nutmeg, applebutter/pumpkin butter/applesauce... 

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Anonymous said...

wow! so simple and yummy!!!


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