Homemade Oatmeal Pancake Mix

We like pancakes in our house. We usually eat them at least once a week. I like variety, so I have several pancake recipes that I make.

I found this recipe several years ago. Occasionally I will make up a big batch of this mix to have on hand. It makes making pancakes so much quicker and easier. I can have pancakes in no time when I have a mix like this one hand.

Having mixes like this on hand also is much cheaper and healthier than store bought ones.

I like this recipe because the oatmeal in it makes it a little heartier but you grind the oatmeal up so it helps the texture. The directions say to use a food processor but I think you could easily grind the oatmeal in a blender.

 

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Comments

  1. Penless Thoughts says:

    Definately copying this one!!!!
    Susan

  2. These sound really good!

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  4. That’s interesting that you put the oil in and then store it. This sounds good too. My youngest loves pancakes and this might be a great way to go.

  5. These look great! I, too, make my own pancake mix (and always use King Arthur flour incidentally), so I’m definitely going to make this up. I love the way you store it, too–no getting out the cookbook!

  6. The Happy Housewife says:

    Made these today, kids couldn’t taste the oatmeal at all. They were a big hit!
    Toni

  7. Toni, I am so glad you liked these. Thanks for letting me know.

  8. amyswandering says:

    These look delicious!

  9. Could you make these with just 5 cups of regular flour?

  10. What can I substitute for the buttermilk? I don’t typically have it on hand.
    They sound delicious and I can’t wait to make them.

    • @Kristen, This make a pretty good sub. for buttermilk. It is Milk (just under one cup)
      1 Tablespoon white vinegar or lemon juice. Let it sit for about 5 minutes and it is a good replacement.I hope you enjoy the pancakes.

  11. Yum. Made a batch of this last night as part of the pantry challenge over at Good Cheap Eats. I used old oatmeal packets of some variety that no one in the house liked and coconut oil instead of vegetable oil. Two things gone out of the pantry and a good supply of pancake mix on hand! I did find that this is not a very sweet pancake recipe and since I eat mine plain, I thought I would mention that for anyone else. After trying some of the first ones off the griddle, I added some more sugar and then had the brilliant idea of adding chocolate chips, which of course is delish! I have a waffle recipe that I usually just add the maple syrup to the recipe instead of sugar. I might try that next time!

  12. Oh I might have to mix this up and keep it ready. We love our oatmeal pancakes, but I would LOVE to have the mix ready and it would be easier for hubby do make one morning…or me to mix up on a weekday morning for that matter. I always keep pancakes for the weekends but maybe not any more! Thanks Lynn!
    Oh I have also used plain (unsweetened) yogurt and a little milk in place of butter milk, but most often I also do the vinegar/milk mixture.

  13. I love oatmeal pancakes. Add some cinnamon for a great alternative

  14. Justine says:

    These were good! I actually halved the recipe, and it made 5 cups of mix. I think when I made 1 “batch” it made about 8 pancakes (don’t remember exactly). I then decided to make the rest of them and freeze… hope that works well :) It is not quite as hearty/dense as what I was looking for in an oatmeal pancake, but tasty none the less. I also added in a pinch or two of Pumpkin Pie Spice to the end of the batter, which was yummy also. Thanks, Lynn!

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