My Life of Travels and Adventures: Recipe: Make Ahead Pancakes (and Pancake Mix)

Recipe: Make Ahead Pancakes (and Pancake Mix)

14 May 2013

So ya know my parents have a have a Pancake House and all... Yes they make yummy pancakes there.  

Yes, I have the mix at home. 

Yes, I wanted to make something slightly more healthy for Reid.  So, without further ado...
Oatmeal Pancake Mix

3.5 Cup rolled quick oats, food processed (or oat flour)
5 Cups whole wheat flour
3.5 Tbsp baking powder
1 Tbsp Baking Soda
1 Cup oil

Mix all the dry ingredients together.  The mix can be stored for 2 weeks at room temperature or indefinitely in the refrigerator.
Oatmeal/Yogurt Pancakes

1 Cup Oatmeal Pancake Mix
1/2 Cup Whole Milk Yogurt
3/4 Cup Whole Milk
1 Egg

Mix everything together.  Preheat a griddle or pan and coat with non-stick spray.  Pour batter on griddle and let gook.  Flip when pancake the edges start to dry.  

To Freeze:
Let pancakes cool completely.  Stack and place in freezer bag.  
Yes... Reid loves them.  This is the face I get when he runs out.
Much better with pancakes.
Adapted from recipe found here. 

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  1. Sounds so yummy and even kinda "healthy"!
    I'm just wondering about the oil in your recipe up there with all the dry ingredients? When does this come to play?
    Help :oD


  2. So adorable (and a great idea:))! Sophia loves waffles, so I'll have to try this:). Thanks for linking up at the Owl's Skull! Jess

  3. this is great! thanks for sharing!

  4. AWESOME post! I had pancake mix on my shopping list for today. Scratch that! The pic of your son "when the pancakes run out" made me giggle. :) Thanks so much for linking this up at THE Pin It Party. You are rocking it, girl! XO, ellie @ creative geekery

  5. Great idea to store them that way. I'm not great about storing food. I mean, we make enough for one meal plus one meal of leftovers (for lunch the next day). It makes a lot of sense to stock up, but it just never comes to mind! Some things, like this, seems easy to store because it's just using baggies. You've inspired me. Weekend goal: make a bunch of something and stock it up. Thanks!

    Also I love pancakes, all shapes and sizes and tastes. So these look fantastic. :)

  6. They look so fab - that face is definitely a great advert for them!

    I would love to see you at this week's Baby Shower link up, Alice x

  7. Looks great and I love the idea of keeping it indefinitely in the fridge ! Pinned :-) {from the Pin Me party}

    With A Blast

  8. These would be perfect for our very busy mornings! Thanks. Stopped by from the Pin It Party and pinned!
    Corey @

  9. Sounds delicious! What a fabulous idea! Also, Reid is adorbs. As one of the co-hosts from the My Favorite Posts Weekend SHOW OFF Party! I wanted to personally thank you for linking up with us. Also, I'm hosting a Facebook like party on my blog where you can link up and increase your Facebook likes! I'd love it if you joined in too! It's here:

  10. These look sooooo yummy .Right now I am taking care of my mentally challenged sister and trying to find healthy snacks is tough. But this looks fun to make and to eat! Thanks for putting this on the Favorite Posts show off ( I am also a co-host!) I think I will make these so we can have them on the weekend

  11. A Pancake House? First off that's really cool!I loved the Pancake House when I lived in Vegas. Second, oatmeal/yogurt pancakes sounds delish! Pancakes are my fave breakfast :). Thanks so much for sharing this @ The SHOW OFF Weekend Blog Party!

    The Wondering Brain

  12. Delish! I love how they can be frozen! Thanks for sharing this at my Pin Me Linky Party.

  13. These sounds soooo yummy! I bet Alea would love them and I love that I can make them ahead of time... so brilliant!


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