Last night we had a "one pot meal" - I'm posting pictures after a week of meals. Anyway, we had butternut squash and potatoes left.....so, I was thinking about pancakes and hash browns this morning. Here is what I did.
I smashed the squash and grated the potatoes.
Squash, Oats & Whole Wheat Pancakes:
1/2 C smashed cooked squash
1/2 C whole wheat flour
1/2 C oatmeal
Add 1 C milk, 1 egg, 1/4 t salt, 1 t baking soda, 1 t baking powder and 2 T brown sugar. Mix well. Let sit a bit to soak the oats before you put in pan.
I used a serving spoon and put 2 spoon fulls per pancake - makes 8. Once I put the batter on the pan, I added grated nutmeg and raisins.
Take grated potatoes and put on sprayed pan along with the eggs. The potatoes are already cooked - so only need to be browned.
O.K. these pancakes are yummy, good for you and will keep you full - all morning. What a great farm breakfast. Best part, I have pancakes for tomorrow morning too.
I love crispy edges on eggs! I hope you try this recipe the next time you have some left over squash.
Blessings from Ringle, Wisconsin.