I had a lot of trouble getting these pancakes to not stick in the pan. If anyone else is having trouble as well, I've adapted the recipe so you don't need to use a pan. Trust me, this works like a charm!
Process the oatmeal to a smooth, flour-like consistency before combining with the rest of the ingredients.
In two small casserole dishes (about 4 or 5” in diameter), divide the pancake mixture. Cover with paper towel or plastic paper; microwave for 90 seconds. Pancakes will puff up. Check by lifting slightly to make sure the bottoms are set. If pancakes are still runny underneath, microwave another 15 to 20 seconds. Pancakes should easily invert onto plates.
I also like to toast them in the toaster oven on a small cookie sheet sprayed with cooking spray. (I like everything crunchy!)
Sidenote to TEVANS211, whey protein powder is NOT to be cooked. The protein isolates in whey protein powder are destroyed when cooked, and have no nutritional value. Alternatively, you should try adding defatted soy flour to recipes. It's loaded with protein and also superhigh in fibre.
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I had a lot of trouble getting these pancakes to not stick in the pan. If anyone else is...