These Blender Oatmeal Pancakes come together so easy!! Just what you need every weekend.
It doesn’t happen often though:)) One of those gorgeous Saturday Mornings, I woke up surprisingly early. After spending a few minutes on the couch peacefully, enjoying my cuppa and the feed in my iphone, I wanted to prepare a feast-y breakfast for the kiddos. Waffles, Pancakes ?? After a bit of debate between the two, I opted to make a super easy Blender Oatmeal Pancake. American Fluffy Pancakes are my to go Pancake recipe and it has been tried and tested my many.
To incorporate Oatmeal in the recipe, the rolled oats required a bit of whizz in the blender to get to a flour consistency. And then it occurred to me – How about making the whole recipe in the blender itself.
My little missy joined me in the kitchen and wanted to help mumma. So it was so much of a girly morning!! When I told her ” We are going to make Pancakes in the Blender.” She went ga ga… Missy thought mumma was fooling her by not using a mixing bowl. But we didn’t have to use a mixing bowl, as all the ingredients went into the blender. Missy found the whole thing absolutely exciting as we added the ingredients one by one including the eggs into .. Whizz and the pancake batter was ready. How cool and perfect for a Saturday morning isn’t it!
Being a Food Blogger, I often get lucky to experiment with new kitchen gadgets in my test kitchen.. It was wonderful to have Scott Simplissimo Chef – a multi-purpose kitchen appliance that helps discover stress–free way to cook. And we made our Blender Oatmeal Pancakes in Simplissimo Chef just by using the Blend function.
3/4 cup all-purpose flour/plain flour
1/2 cup rolled oats ( blitzed into approx 3/4 Cup oats flour)
1 Tsp caster sugar
1 Tbsp Baking Powder
2 Tbsp butter (melted at room temperature)
2 Egg Beaten
11/4 milk (Add another 1/4 Cups if needed)
1/2 Tsp Vanilla Extract
Pinch of Salt
Oil as needed while cooking the Pancakes
Add the rolled oats and blitz to obtain oats flour. Measure out to 3/4 cup Oats flour and transfer to the blender jar. Add all ingredients into the blender and blitz. If the mixture is thick, add another 1/4 Cup of Milk.
Heat the non-stick pan on medium heat, making sure it is hot. Using a tissue paper, coat a layer of oil on it. Pour 2 small ladle of the batter onto the pan, allowing it to spread on its own. When the bubbles begin to appear, flip the pancake and cook for another 1 minute or so. The pancakes would rise about 1/2 inch. Fry until they turn slightly golden.
Repeat the process until all the batter is used up. Keep the pancakes warm by stacking them in an oven ( heated at the lowest setting). I could make 16 Blender Oatmeal Pancakes with this measurement.
Recipe loosely adapted from Nigella Lawson’s Blender Breakfast Pancakes.
About Scott Simplissimo Chef
Simplissimo Chef is Sleek, Compact and blends beautifully onto the countertop in the kitchen. Its a multipurpose nifty gadget that can help anyone from novice to homecook effortlessly.
The LED Panel with touch screen enables you to cherry pick from 8 programmes to create the perfect Soups, Sorbets, Grind, Sauces, Nut milk and Smoothies. You could also manually cook or blend with the Manual Cooking & Blend function. Simply turn the digital rotary touch control and select from one of the 8 indicators.
8 Indicator Programmes are
1. Chunky/Thick Soup Mode Indicator
2. Smooth/Fine Soup Mode Indicator
3. Sauce Mode Indicator
4. Ice Crushing Mode Indicator
5. Auto clean Mode Indicator
6. Manual Cooking Mode Indicator
7. Steaming Mode Indicator
Some like the Soup Chunky and some like it smooth and these functions makes it really convenient when I am cooking for the family. Kids like it smooth whilst we like it chunky occasionally.
The Ice crushing mode is always a handy whilst making smoothies with frozen fruits. Every morning is a bliss with this function 🙂 You really don’t have to defrost the fruits for making the smoothie.. Just add them straight into it and begin the process. The appliance will blend the ingredients for 1 minute.
Some of my favourite features that makes Simplissimo Chef stand apart from other branded hi power blenders are Food Ready Indicator 🙂 , automatic 20 minutes keep warm function and most importantly patented over flow sensor which prevents hot liquids from spilling out the jar.
Motor Base & Multipurpose BPA Jug :
The base unit is absolutely smart and takes pride with its steel grey and lacquer black surround. With non slipped rubber feet, the machine allows you to sit on any surface without slipping.
The 1.75L Borosilicate Glass Jar is BPA free for meeting the best safety and quality standard. Stainless steel blade used is off high quality and is corrosion resistant. Position the Glass Jar onto the base unit by using guided grooves and make sure it fits properly.
Brand New to UK,Scott Simplissimo Chef is available to buy from Scott Appliances , Amazon and Ebay for RRP £159.
- 3/4 cup all-purpose flour/plain flour
- 1/2 cup rolled oats blitzed into approx 3/4 Cup oats flour
- 1 Tsp caster sugar
- 1 Tbsp Baking Powder
- 2 Tbsp butter melted at room temperature
- 2 Egg Beaten
- 11/4 milk Add another 1/4 Cups if needed
- 1/2 Tsp Vanilla Extract
- Pinch of Salt
- Oil as needed while cooking the Pancakes
- Add the rolled oats and blitz to obtain oats flour. Measure out to 3/4 cup Oats flour and transfer to the blender jar. Add all ingredients into the blender and blitz. If the mixture is thick, add another 1/4 Cup of Milk.
- Heat the non-stick pan on medium heat, making sure it is hot. Using a tissue paper, coat a layer of oil on it. Pour 2 small ladle of the batter onto the pan, allowing it to spread on its own. When the bubbles begin to appear, flip the pancake and cook for another 1 minute or so. The pancakes would rise about 1/2 inch. Fry until they turn slightly golden.
- Repeat the process until all the batter is used up. Keep the pancakes warm by stacking them in an oven ( heated at the lowest setting). I could make 16 Blender Oatmeal Pancakes with this measurement.