Delicious. Wish my family loved these *sigh*. Made up the batter the night before: all but the baking powder & baking soda. Used sour milk, had no WW flour on hand. Left out the raisins, only dropping them into some of the pancakes, since a couple of the members of my family don't care much for raisins. MUST MAKE ON PREHEATED GRIDDLE to avoid sticking (so my husband learned). This whole approach worked very well, though I'm not sure if, when I doubled the recipe, that I doubled the flour (sorry, I'll try to watch more closely next time)? I would definitely say that these were *pancakes* and not biscuits or scones or anything). I decided to try putting in the baking powder and soda overnight next time, but not the first time. I doubled the batch for a family of five and had three pancakes left over. There are few recipes which result in my family not only leaving the table full, but *staying* full for a good long time. However, my husband, who hates oatmeal, actually got a couple down, and that's saying something, but there's no way he'll ever even like this recipe. My sons think that these are okay, but they prefer baked oatmeal (of course, it is so incredibly rich). I'm keeping this recipe to make when my children need a 'staying power' breakfast (maybe in time they'd even come to love these pancakes that way), but also to make in small batches for myself and/or to make for any house guests we might have who happen to dearly love oatmeal as much as I myself do.
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Delicious. Wish my family loved these *sigh*. Made up the batter the night before: all but...