These tasty pancakes swap out your standard flour for oats so will keep you and your little one fuller for longer! With added apple and cinnamon, they will become a breakfast regular.
-1 small apple (rosy is best)
-1/2 tsp ground cinnamon (this is to taste really, so add more or less as you like)
-2 tsp maple syrup
-2 medium eggs
-Touch of coconut oil for the pan
1. Blitz the oats in a food processor until nice and fine like flour
2. Pop into a bowl and combine with your cinnamon. Add the grated apple, milk, maple syrup and beaten eggs and mix until all combined into a batter.
3. Melt a little coconut oil in large pan over and medium heat.
4. Spoon your mixture out into little pancakes on the pan. You will probably fit around 3 on the pan without them touching and should be able to make 6 small pancakes from this mix.
5. Cook for around 1-2 minutes until the bottom starts to set, then carefully flip pancakes and cook for a further couple of minutes until they are cooked through and are a golden brown colour.
We have served ours with a nice big scoop of greek yogurt and a good helping of mixed fruit.
If you want to cook these pancakes in advance and add to your freezer stash then just pop them onto small squares of baking paper so they can be stacked and wrapped. When you want to eat just defrost fully and heat by either microwave or back onto the pan for a couple of minutes (just be careful not to burn as they are already cooked).