Healthy Oatmeal Blender Pancakes – Kid Approved

These healthy oatmeal blender pancakes are packed with protein, whole grains and fibre! The best part is, they taste delicious and are 100% kid approved! We love these for breakfast topped with our favorite fresh fruit!

These healthy oatmeal blender pancakes are packed with protein, whole grains and fibre! The best part is, they taste delicious and are 100% kid approved!

When healthy tastes good you know you’ve found a winner! These oatmeal blender pancakes are something our whole family enjoys!  They’re quick, easy and because they’re packed with healthy ingredients, they’re deliciously filling!

These healthy oatmeal blender pancakes are packed with protein, whole grains and fibre! The best part is, they taste delicious and are 100% kid approved!

This recipe is prepared in the blender which means clean up is a breeze! We use our Vitamix when we make these pancakes and it does an amazing job! We use our Vitamix almost daily, it’s an appliance we couldn’t live without!

5.0 from 4 reviews
Low Carb Blender Pancakes
 
Ingredients
  • 2 cups old fashioned oats
  • 1 - 16 oz container (or 2 cups) low-fat cottage cheese
  • 2 cups egg whites
  • 4 tsp baking powder
  • 2-3 tsp sweetener
  • 1 tsp vanilla
Instructions
  1. Place 2 cups Old Fashioned Oats into blender and blend until they turn into a fine powder
  2. Turn the blender off and add 1-16 oz container (2 cups) low-fat cottage cheese and 2 cups of Liquid Egg Whites
  3. Add 4 tsp baking powder
  4. -3 tsp sweetener - we used Stevia but you could use honey or another favorite sweetener of your choice.
  5. Add 1 tsp of vanilla.
  6. Blend well.
  7. Heat a nonstick griddle or frying pan over medium heat. Cook until browned on both sides.
  8. Makes 18-20 large pancakes.

This recipe makes a family size batch of pancakes (about 18-20) so if you want less it’s easy to half! Recipe adapted from the Trim Healthy Mama.

I love the texture of these pancakes and I love knowing we’re eating something good for us as we enjoy one of our favorite breakfast foods!

These healthy oatmeal blender pancakes are packed with protein, whole grains and fibre! The best part is, they taste delicious and are 100% kid approved!

My kids love to top their oatmeal pancakes with nutella and bananas. I love raspberries, strawberries or syrup. Any way you like them, these pancakes are delicious and a great, healthy breakfast alternative that kids will love!

Looking for more easy, kid-friendly recipes. Check out these posts.

Quick and Easy Taco Soup

Moist and Fluffy Cornbread Muffins

Easy Chicken and Stuffing Casserole

Pizza Buns for School Lunches

All-Time Favorite Chocolate Chip Cookies

Applesauce Muffins

 

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Rebecca Cooper is a 36-year-old wife and mother of four who lives with her family in sunny Arizona. As a photographer, crafter, author, and blogger, she finds joy and fulfillment in celebrating everyday moments. She loves to read and eat chocolate, and is a firm believer in afternoon naps. Rebecca shares her family’s adventures, photo tips, simple craft projects + more right here at Simple as That.
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Comments

  1. Ellie says

    These taste delicious. I had a problem with the texture of the batter. Then I realized I used only 2 egg whites instead of 2 cups of egg whites! Needless to say my first couple of pancakes didn’t turn out very well. Lol. After I corrected my mistake the rest of the batch turned out great! Thanks for sharing this recipe.

  2. Janice says

    These are absolutely delicious. I like the fact that you can make your oatmeal as fine or not so fine (a bit more texture) and you end up with equally great tasting results! Everyone in my family has given this recipe a thumbs up! They are the bomb diggedy! :-)

  3. says

    Oh my god, my kids will love this. :) I really wanted to make a healthy dessert for them but I couldn’t think up of anything delicious. Thanks for the recipe!

  4. Nicole says

    If I make s full batch do you know of these will freeze and reheat well? I need a substitute for a high protein low carb breakfast that’ll be quick in the morning!

    • walter says

      I have not froze them but have kept a batch in the fridge for a few days and was still good. I just let the batter warm up a bit before cooking and it puffed up and was ready to go, hope this helps and if you or anyone knows the nutrition facts I would love to know them.

  5. walter says

    Does anyone know the nutrition facts for these pancakes? I have high blood sugar and with sugar free syrup these sound like something I can eat often,Thanks

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