Cinnamon Oatmeal Pancakes

If you could have one food supplied to you for life, what would it be? A constant supply of something. Would you pick donuts? Or bacon? Or Diet Coke?

No, I would not pick Nutella, surprisingly. I would choose… blackberries.

I’m obsessed. I just devoured half a container, slowly picking out the fattest, juiciest ones first.

I can just see myself now: living on an island, basking in the sun, with lots and lots of blackberries. Think of all the things I could do with them. Blackberry margaritas. Blackberry cobbler. Blackberry muffins. Blackberries in a spinach salad. Blackberriesblackberriesblackberries.

Or on a mountain, riding a horse and picking blackberries off the trail. Or in a mountain house, completely snowed in, with lots of blackberries in crates and containers. Ooh, blackberry cider? Is that a thing? We could make that a thing.

You know what is a thing? Blackberry pancakes. Don’t get too excited. These pancakes aren’t blackberry pancakes. I had blackberries but since I don’t have an endless supply, I didn’t share them with my family of friends on Sunday morning.

These pancakes are like an oatmeal cookie. They have a bit of crunch but the sweetness of cinnamon and they’re filling – in a good way. They were great for the cold grossness that is outside constantly. Okay, rain. It was nice seeing you. Thanks for watering the grass. Bye now!

Cinnamon Oatmeal Pancakes
Adapted ever so slightly from Martha Stewart

This makes a lot, so make sure you have lots of people over to make them for! Bonding experience.

2 cups flour
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 tbsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1 cup old-fashioned oats
2 cups soymilk
2 eggs
1/4 cup veg. oil

1. Mix dry.
2. Mix wet.
3. Mix together.
4. Make pancakes.


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