Blend all of the ingredients together until smooth. If the consistency is too runny, add more rolled oats. If it is too thick consider adding a touch of coconut or almond milk!
This mix cooks very similarly to normal pancake batter. Pour batter into pan (OPTIONAL: add the dark chocolate chips if you’re like me and can’t resist making them just a little bit less healthy) and cook on medium heat for both sides. Be careful not to turn the heat too high because this mixture can burn pretty easily if you aren’t careful!
3. Optional: Mixed Berry Topping
I have never been a huge fan of syrup so I actually like to use this mixed berry topping on my pancakes as a sauce instead! To make this topping pour your desired amount of frozen mixed berries into a bowl (I like to use a mix that doesn’t include strawberries because they don’t mash as well when heated) and microwave on high in increments of 30 seconds stirring in between. The high heat will liquefy most of the berries and make it into a sauce with little to no effort on your end. Then just pour the berries on top of your pancakes and enjoy!
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Okay people, hear me out on this one….I have recently discovered mixing peanut butter into my coffee and cannot believe it has taken me this long to discover it. It is a crazy easy way to turn your morning cup of coffee into breakfast. So easy that I really didn’t need to write down the steps…but I did anyways just for you guys 🙂
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2. Stir in 1.5 tbs of Peanut Butter or Powdered Peanut Butter
I like both options but I usually pick powdered peanut butter because it gives more of a prominent peanut butter taste and has less fat. An additional downside to using real peanut butter is that you may have to blend it in order for it to completely dissolve into your coffee depending on how hot your coffee is and how much peanut butter you are trying to mix in.
If you are someone who loves the infamous “Bulletproof Coffee” then you will most likely enjoy this option. I personally do not love the oily texture of Bulletproof Coffee so I only add coconut oil to this drink when I need the extra calories+healthy fats for the morning.