Oh my gosh, I totally did this today too! Except I tried to use a banana shake in place of the oatmeal (I thought...banana panackes?) What it resulted in was a huge mess of disgustingness. I am sure more experienced medicooks can help, but the idea I had for later was to bake my pancakes in the oven at a slightly lower temp...maybe it would help them cook through? It might take longer but I am going to give it a shot tomorrow.....
I've been doing my own simple method of pancake making. I just mix the oatmeal with enough water to make a thick batter of it, add whatever seasonings I decide for extra flavor and cook them up like regular pancakes. I don't use the baking soda, powder or anything else...
Ditto with Tammy on not using baking powder or anything else. I usually just use the oatmeal mix and water because the oatmeal flavors really come through. I make a thin batter, then cook well on each side. It's more like a kind of crispy crepe. I love them plain!..
I followed the recipe to the T and they came out great! Make sure you mix all the dry ingredients together than the liquids after. My pancakes were really thick wasn't to thin...almost like cookie doe. I had to shape them in the pan.
Great with the SF syrup....If once you don't succeed try try again....
I kept flopping - so I changed the rules.....
I now make waffles!.
Crispy Waffle Cookie.
2 big sprinkles molly mcbutter.
Tsp. baking powder.
Sugar free syrup and water (about cup).
Let set 5 minutes..
Bake on waffle iron until it says done, then go 3-5 minutes longer until crispy..
I gave up on the pancakes also. I make the waffles, and they are awesome. Crispy, and cooked all the way through..
1 pack oatmeal.
1/4-1/2 tsp of splenda.
Cap of vanilla or cap of butter flavor extract.
1/4 cup water or enough to make a past.
Dash of salt.
Spray the waffle iron with butter flavor crisco (or Pam).
I have to spread them out with a spoon, and they spread to about a 5-6 inch round waffle..
Top with Walden Farms Maple syrup or Chocolate syrup...
I think the problem is the vinegar. Why were you adding vinegar?.
My pancake recipe.
1 packet oatmeal.
1/3 cup water.
Big sprinkles of cinnamon mixed with splenda (mine is premixed from sansucre).
A capful of vanilla.
Mix it up and let it sit for a minute if you're using blueberry (so the blueberries can rehydrate).
Spray the pan with pam and drop the batter in small spoonfuls. let it cook for a few minutes and then flip them and squish them. keep flipping and squishing til they don't squish no more. put them on a plate and add sugar free maple syrup...
I've had this problem wtih the cookies also, cant seem to cook the middle. Suggestions?..
There is a recipe going around here that uses a small amount of white vinegar and baking soda in addition to baking powder. The vinegar reacts with the soda and makes them fluffy. That's why I didn't want to squish them! The recipe has gotten rave reviews.....