Brown Sugar Oatmeal Pancake Bites
Pancake bites are all the rage right now and it makes perfect sense why. They’re perfect for school mornings. You can make a whole bunch in advance, portion them out into zip-top freezer bags, freeze them, and just pop them in the microwave for a quick but healthy breakfast. Pour some syrup in a cup for dipping the pancake bites into and you’re good to go. Your kids will love them. You’ll love them too.
What I like about these is that they’re made from scratch with whole wheat flour and rolled oats. I don’t know about anybody else, but I like the idea of my kids heading off to school with something in their stomachs that will stick with them until lunch. These do the trick.
They’re great for snacking too.
These would make a healthy after school snack with or without syrup.
They’re so quick to make. Double or triple the recipe and make enough for a whole month. It would seriously take you under an hour. That’s a winner in my book.
Would you like my maple flavored pancake syrup recipe? I grew up with homemade pancake syrup, so the first time I tried the store-bought stuff, I didn’t really like it. It’s too thick. To me, it’s basically just flavored and colored corn syrup. So, I’ve continued to make my own syrup.
Here’s my recipe: