March 24, 2010

What Was For Breakfast?

Not that anyone REALLY wants to know day after day what we eat, but I just had to post about these!
I found the recipe at Jennifer Jo's Blog ~ click on her name and it will take you to the recipe.

The yummiest soaked oatmeal pancakes.

I made them with whole wheat flour instead of white and used "old fashioned" rolled oats. I also added in a little vanilla extract (the real stuff) and they were FABULOUS!! I hope you enjoy them as much as we did! And FYI ~ I served them with organic strawberries that were on MAJOR sale at my little local store...Yippee! :)



13 comments:

Farmgirl Cyn said...

Jealous! Organic strawberries that didn't cost an arm and a leg??? Our organic strawberries, from Lord knows where, sell for around $5.00 a quart. YIKES!
I went to the Jennifer Jo's blog and copied the recipe...always looking for something different for breakfast!
Today's was leftover chop suey!

Jennifer Jo said...

Your pancakes look delicious! And I'm glad to know it works with whole wheat flour...

Those strawberries are making my mouth water.

Nadine said...

Lovely photos...they are making me very hungry!!!

Blessings!
~Nadine

Jackie said...

These look fabulous!!

Jackie

Sharon said...

That looks and sounds delicious Camille :) I have never tried Oatmeal Pancakes before but now I have to! The strawberries make it look even more delicious. Thanks for sharing, I'm on my way to Jennifer's :)

Have a lovely day!
Sharon

Lady Farmer said...

Oh! I think I just gained ten pounds by just LOOKING at those scrumptious things! :~P
Thanks for the link to the recipe and the divine photos!
Blessings!
p.s. Fresh Strawberries already? I haven't seen them in the stores around here yet.

Camille said...

LOL Cindy! I was looking at those berries longingly and then I saw the PRICE and got overly giddy with delight! We are in BC and these came from California ~ they are only in season locally for about 3 weeks of the year. (So sad).

Jennifer Jo ~ Welcome to my blog...so fun that the inspiration for this post is here "in person"! :) Oh did we ever enjoy them...thanks again for sharing the recipe.

Thanks Nadine! There's just something about fresh berries that makes the pictures come to life. :)

Jackie ~ I hope you do give them a try...they are super easy. :)

Sharon ~ Because the oats (I used old fashioned oats) are soaked they turn out nice and plump and chewy...SO good! I hope you enjoy them too! :)

Raeann ~ Unfortunately we do not have LOCAL berries yet, these are from California. BUT...they were SUCH a good deal I couldn't resist. We really had a feast of them. :)

Blessings,
Camille

J said...

OH my! Anytime you make something like that, PLEASE, do share!!! Those look fabulous! (And great pics!)

Camille said...

J ~ I hope you try them...they were yummy (and healthy too)!

Love,
Camille

Cheesemakin' Mamma said...

Looks absolutely yummy and you know me, I love the healthy part :)

Camille said...

Hi Jackie ~ Yes, I think next time I will try doing them with Sucanat. Then they will be full on healthy! :)

Blessings,
Camille

Teresa said...

Oh, this look so yummy! I think I'll try them tomorrow morning. Just printed the recipe. Thanks for sharing!

Camille said...

Teresa ~ Oh I do hope you like them! I'm planning to make them again tomorrow too. :)

Blessings,
Camille