Kiki, I just mix my oatmeal packet with a little more water than usual, pour it on a hot frying pan and let each side get brown. It's still a little mushy in the middle, but I like it. I don't add anything else to mine. I like them thinner as opposed to thicker, too...
I want those too! Last night I was thinking how good it would be to mix the blueberry oatmeal with the chocolate chip pancakes and either make pancakes or muffins out of them...
Thank you so much! I decided I better eat, so had something else today, but tomorrow, it's all blueberry!..
1/4 tsp baking powder, then combine.
Add 2 T eggbeaters then a tsp at a time of water until you find the right consistency.
Spray pan with pam and wait until hot enough to add batter..
I tried this AM, I put too much water, but my "scrambled pancakes were good. LOL. Next time I try, I will do less water, more rest in fridge...
So I took off with the blueberry pancake idea and decided to go with a more festive apple cinnamon pancake and it turned out so good! Recipe as follows:.
1 package of Medifast apple cinnamon oatmeal.
1/4 cup water.
2 Tbsp + 2 tsp Eggbeaters.
1/2 tsp cinnamon.
1/4 tsp salt.
1/2 tsp baking powder.
Mix it in the shaker five times, but make sure you scrape the sides and mix it again. Pour onto a 325 degree nonstick skillet and spread it out a little, since the batter is very thick. Flip it when it bubbles and after a few minutes you have yourself a delicious pancake! Serve with some Walden Farms sugar free maple syrup and yumm!..