Monday, January 23, 2006

Breakfast Of...


Oatmeal Buttermilk 'Cakes

4 c. rolled oats
1 c. flour
1/2 c. sugar
2 t. baking powder
2 t. soda
pinch salt

1 quart buttermilk
4 eggs
1/2 c. melted buttah
2 t. vanilla

Combine dry ingredients. Combine wet ingredients. Stir both together with fork. Let stand 45 minutes. Batter will thicken. Cook on a hot griddle using 1/4 cup scoop. Insides will be moist from the oatmeal.

Massively dense! Add a side of 2 lbs. turkey bacon/sausage and it all serves 8-12...or 7 famished skiers.

- TOB can sure cook when she's hungry


Olaf Vanderhoot said...

makes me hungry, too.


Pete said...

Man that looks like it would fill a guy (or gal) up.

Lunatic Biker said...

I'm glad I've eaten or I'd need to hit the grocery store and start cooking.

jen said...

Now I want pancakes.
I wish they were healthier.
I'm busy this week.

I'd say I pretty
much rock at writing these hai-
ku poem thingies.

iconoclasst said...

Buckwheat baby, buckwheat is where it's at.

Complex carbs and low glycemic index, if it matters, which it doesn't...

mark pilder said...

Hey You're right up my alley. Utility cycling every day of the year. Drunk on a Tuesday night, a school night, but still 100%. Thank you again. please see my website. I'll send you a t-shirt or you can have as many as you want when you come visit me in Seattle. Visualize it, spring break, away from the the MN winter, in the WA spring...

Olaf Vanderhoot said...

i'm so gettin' one of those pilderwasser shirties.


the old bag said...

oV, Pete, Lunatic, Jen -- they're gone, but I'm still cravin'

iconoclasst -- buckwheat sounds intriguing. any recipes to send my way?

Pilder -- waaay cool shirts. I've got relation out in Portland...might have to make you good on your word and drop in!

Velo Bella said...

hey..I've seen those somewhere before.

the tshirts...not the pancakes...although I am hoping a certain someone took my my hint on the pancakes.

the old bag said...

Bella -- truly classy shirts AND truly classic pancakes

especially when provided by someone else.