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Food Network Love Jelly

Posted Dec 30 2012 10:28am

Today is a good day. Hell, any day you wake up is pretty good, but I’m feeling especially chipper this fine morn. Sure, it’s colder than a penguin’s ass, but there’s snow and snowflakes and other wintry like accouterments!! That’s got to count for something.

But  I have good news and bad news for you today.

Ok. Here’s the bad news. I made something healthy for #SundaySweet.

Here’s the good news. I gave you a massively unhealthy option as a topper. Horribly unhealthy. So unhealthy it could double as a sexual lubricant for Paula Deen.

OH!! And they might also have a unhealthy sounding misleading name. Oops! Sue me.

Oatmeal Cookie Pancakes.

They DO taste like a warm oatmeal cookie. They do fill you up and keep you that way. They are also chock-full of vitamins and minerals and fiber. They have an ass-ton of cinnamon which is good for stabilizing your blood sugar. They are made with soy milk which is delicious and apparently (as per most recent studies) NOT going to give you bitch tits if you’re a man. You’re welcome, America.

I give you the recipe for cinnamon syrup for these bad boys, but really? Unsweetened applesauce would be thriller killer on these, as would cinnamon maple syrup or peanut butter or just plain ol’ coconut oil. (actually, coconut butter would ROCK on these puppies)

Oatmeal Cookie Pancakes

by Cat Bowen

Keywords: fry grill appetizer bread breakfast dessert vegetarian

Ingredients

1 cup AP or WW flour 1 cup oats 1 cup soy milk 1 tsp baking powder 1 tsp vanilla extract 1 tsp cinnamon 1/2-1 cup raisins 1/4 cup 2% plain greek yogurt 2 eggs

for the syrup

Instructions

for the pancakes

stir together dry ingredients, set aside

stir together wet ingredients, set aside

combine dry with wet

preheat a skillet to medium

spray with cooking spray

pour into 1/3 cup pancakes

cook 3 minutes per side, or until golden brown on both sides and cooked all the way through

for the syrup

melt all the ingredients on the stove together in a saucepan on medium

let cook 2 minutes

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