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Oatmeal Cookies for Breakfast

Is it a cookie?  Is it a pancake?
Who cares!


Oatmeal Cookie Crepe Cakes

(Makes 8 cookie-sized cakes)

  • 20g white whole wheat flour (about 1/6 cup)
  • 20g oats (about 1/6 cup)
  • 1/4 tsp vanilla extract and 3 drops almond extract
  • sugar or stevia (if desired)
  • a bit over 1/16 tsp salt
  • ¼ tsp ener-g egg replacer (egg replacer for about 1/4 of an egg)
  • ¼ tsp baking powder
  • 1/4 cup water or non-dairy milk (or maybe even juice, if you wish)

Mix all the dry ingredients.  (This can be done days in advance.)  Put liquid ingredients into dry, then stir.  Cook on medium-low, flipping 1/2-way through. Optional ingredients: raisins and cinnamon, chocolate chips, berries… or anything else you can dream up!

As calculated by Allie, the entire recipe has 130 calories and 2 grams of fat.

Published on January 9, 2010

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  1. *Andrea* says

    yummm! i love cookies/crepes/pancakes/oatmeal so i’m sure i would adore oatmeal cookies crepe cakes 🙂

    my favorite pancake topping is maple syrup…i use wayyy to much though it’s bad. i also like nut butter, especially almond or peanut, or whipped maple butter!

  2. Stef @ moretolifethanlettuce says

    oh my gawwwwd. i wish i had seen this recipe last night when i was out at the store, i’ll have to hit up WF today and snag some indredients (i dont have almond extract or www flour!!) YUM thanks for yet another phenom recipe katie!

  3. Meg says

    OH YUM 🙂 I must make these soon! You think there’s anyway I can sub the flour for anything? Maybe a non-gluten flour??

    My fave pancake topping, which changes daily ;), is agave + peanut butter!

  4. Katie says

    Yummy! I had pancakes this morning and topped them with plain yogurt and fig spread. I also really like nut butter on my pancakes.

    Happy Saturday, Katie!

  5. candice says

    Yummy! The oats must add a lovely extra chew to the pancakes. 🙂 My favorite pancake topper is definitely maple syrup. It’s the syrup that makes a pancake a pancake (and not just another spreadable bready item).

  6. Danielle says

    These looks delicious! Anything with oats gets a seal of approval. My favorite pancake topped would have to be yogurt!

  7. pen says

    those look delish! I know what i’m going to make when I get back from my 16miler today… 🙂 thanks for the idea!!!

  8. Marisa (Loser for Life) says

    I’m with you – who cares?! They look delish!

    Favorite pancake topper would be cinnamon and apples!

  9. chrysta says

    omg awesome girl!! I have got to try these. Im always so impressed by your amazing looking food!!! I think my favorites pancake topper is fresh fruit. But Im thinking some warm melty almond butter would be super fab drizzeled on top too. Yummm!!! Have a wonderful day sweetie! xoxo!

  10. Heather Eats Almond Butter says

    Can’t believe I haven’t made these yet! Tomorrow. 🙂

    Favorite pancake topping?? Too many to choose from. These days, it’s coconut butter. 😉

  11. Kate says

    pb, banana, agave, yogurt, berries, chocolate, whipped cream….. really the list of things i like on pancakes is endless!

  12. Emily says

    Hooray for pancakes. I’m definitely thinking they would make great fuel for my long run tomorrow. My fave toppings are any nut butter or fresh blueberries.

  13. BroccoliHut says

    My favorite pancake topper changes by the day, really, but lately I’ve been grooving on pumpkin and pecans. YUM.

  14. Sara K says

    Just found your blog! Those look delicious! Question though- how much sugar do you put just so I can get an idea of how much the recipe should have approximately?

  15. Amy says

    Made these yesterday afternoon with whole spelt flour and topped them with some soy margarine and maple syrup. Yum! The almond extract adds a nice flavour!

  16. Vegan Valerie says

    I tried out your oatmeal pancake cookies! I modified them a little bit (no sugar, no salt, no egg replacer) but I still loved them! Thank you for sharing such a great recipe! Thank you for the inspiration! 🙂

  17. Sarah says

    These look so good! Do you think I could use a substitue for the ¼ tsp ener-g egg replacer? No stores around me carry it 🙁 Maybe flax or chia? Thanks!

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      I know others have had success with flax eggs in this recipe. Or you might just leave the egg replacer out and try adding extra baking powder. If you make ’em, let me know how they turn out (especially if you go the flax-egg route, since I’ve actually never tried using flax egg!)

  18. Jenny B says

    Hi! Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed this recipe! I used oat bran/quick oats for the flours and made a little dip for them out of greek yogurt and a spoonful of this fabulous organic superfruit jam I just bought (Crofter’s Organic)…I also sprinkled a bit of coconut on the cute little pancookies before flipping over. THANK YOU for the recipe and wonderful blog!

  19. Laura says

    Made these for dinner tonight when I realized I had no other food in the house. Excellent recipe! I also made some caramelized bananas top them. 🙂

  20. Nechama says

    I made these fpr my 1.5yrs for breakfast he lovesss it!! Thank you! I love how it is without the suhar or any sweetener!

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