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Although I try and eat eggs or oatmeal for breakfast, occasionally I will treat myself to those fluffy breakfast cakes. I hope that you love the video AND these pancakes! They look so fluffy! Click here to share your story. It very tasty and moist and didn't have to use the oven which heats up the kitchen even more on a hot summer day. More success stories All success stories Hide success stories.


Quick Oatmeal Pancakes

Skip links Skip to content. This cookie has a yummy topping. I keep my eye out for good microwave recipes like this delicious cookie. Test Kitchen Approved 1 reviews. Rate Comment Save Share Print. Directions In a microwave-safe bowl, combine oats and water. Microwave, uncovered, on high for minutes or until thickened, stirring once; set aside.

In a large bowl, cream butter and sugars until light and fluffy. Beat in eggs until well blended. Beat in vanilla and oat mixture. Combine dry ingredients; gradually add to oat mixture until combined. Pour into a greased 11x7-in. Shield corners with small triangles of foil. Cook on high for 6 minutes or until when center is touched, cake clings to finger while area underneath is almost dry. Next year, I will partake fo sho.

Deez hotcakes are pretty dang crafty, girl! Love the microwave trick and love the choco pb, obvi! WOA — first — pancakes in a microwave??? My mind is flipped!!! Got the pun there??? You are such a natural in front of the camera — I think you need to send this to the Food Network or something…or go to an open audition thingie..

You could be the next Giada! I actually just applied to be on Chopped…fingers crossed! I usually wake up super early just to make breakfast and I spend all this time on protein pancakes…the microwave!

My brother a major pb lover and health nut is here right now and we both just drooled looking at these pancakes! I love that you made a video! The computer I am on right now does not have sound but when I get to a computer with sound I am so excited to watch it.

I love that this is a single serving too! So quick and easy! Also, I went to Target yesterday and parked in the furthest spot while thinking of your post yesterday.

Thanks for the motivation! I hope that you love the video AND these pancakes! I am all about single-servings…leftovers never taste as good! I love all things peanut butter too, so I know I will love these! And they are so simple! Great recipe girl, as always!

Pancakes in the microwave? They look so delicious! I am going to score some peanut flour and try these!! I hope you love these — I used PB2 powdered peanut butter, which you can find everywhere even Walmart! Let me know if you try them! I want your perfect pancake. These microwave pancakes look so awesomely fluffy! I hope you love them! Please let me know if you try them — thanks Karen! These look fantastic, Taylor! And your photos are gorgeous too. I worry a bit that Microwave pancakes could be a problem for me…they might have to be made a LOT!

Oh my goodness…mind blown! I have got to try these! I love that you can microwave these! That makes it faster and requires less dishes! And less dishes is always a good thing. Just tried these pancakes but my batter was less thicker, so they were thinner and wider like real pancakes I guess haha: P Anyways they taste utterly delicious with some honey and peanut butter on the top!

I am SO glad you loved them! Love the honey and PB topping idea too! Thanks for letting me know! I ground peanuts to create peanut flour, and subbed in a chocolate-peanut butter flavor protein powder for some of the vanilla protein powder. Perfect for busy school mornings!

I do have one question though, how many carbs are there in a serving? I am trying really hard to cut down on those a bit. Feel free to plug it into something like my Fitness Pal though! That will very easily give you the nutrition info! Your email address will not be published.

Leave this field empty. Skip to primary navigation Skip to content Skip to primary sidebar Skip to footer Home Search this website. Prep Time 8 minutes. Cook Time 2 minutes. Total Time 10 minutes. In a medium bowl, mix together the peanut flour, protein powder, Truvia, baking powder, cinnamon and salt until well combined.

In a separate small bowl, whisk together the egg white, Greek yogurt, vanilla extract and apple cider vinegar until smooth. Pour the Greek yogurt mixture, along with the chocolate chips, into the peanut flour mixture and stir until evenly combined. The batter will be very thick. Let stand 5 minutes. Lightly spread out so that it's about 1 inch high. Resist the urge to spread out more, as the pancake flattens while cooking. Microwave for 40 seconds, or until the top looks set.

Let stand for 30 seconds and then transfer to a plate.