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The ancient Greeks and Romans ate pancakes, sweetened with honey; the Elizabethans ate them flavored with spices, rosewater, sherry, and apples. They were traditionally eaten in quantity on Shrove Tuesday or Pancake Day, a day of feasting and partying before the beginning of Lent.

But here at St. A’s we love Bob Wild’s Recipe for Oatmeal Pancakes! (former rector of St. A’s)

They are the best and very Filling. Enjoy

Families - let's have a friendly pancake shape competition.  Let's see what you can do and send in photos to!

Oatmeal Pancakes

Mix:  1 ¼ cups milk

         1 cup oatmeal (grind larger flake oats – absorbs liquid better)

         Let Sit.

Mix:     2 Tbs. oil

            2 eggs

            1 Tbs sugar

Combine:  2 tsps. baking powder

                 ½ cup whole wheat flour

                ¼ tsp. salt

Add egg mixture to oatmeal mixture. Add dry mixture, until just combined.

Special thanks to Lauretta for sharing!