Healthy Oatmeal Pancakes

I made these pancakes three times last week and all I want to do now is stop writing this post and go make them again.

Healthy Oatmeal Pancakes Recipe
These oatmeal pancakes are thick and taste just like oatmeal because they are made with real 100% whole grain oats. The kind of oats that take over 10 minutes to cook.

For those who are new here, let me tell you that quick oats are NOT good for you because they are high glycemic which means they spike your blood sugar.

I always buy regular slow cooking rolled oats without any added sugar. In my grocery store, they can be found on a bottom shelf in the cereal aisle. Looks like they really want you to buy the junk that is full of sugar and artificial sweeteners because these products are displayed right here in your face. Slow cooking oats, on the other hand, are always somewhere at the bottom so that you almost have to get down on your knees to get them.

Baking or pancake recipes often call for quick oats because they easily cook through in the process of baking. And I get it, you don’t really want to chew on dry oats when you are enjoying a slice of cake.
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20+ Low Glycemic Fall Recipes

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Spiced Pumpkin Appetizer Soup

Spiced Pumpkin Appertizer Soup

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Roasted Salmon with Apple Sauce

Roasted Salmon with Apple Sauce

I had never thought of salmon as fall food. Pumpkins, squashes, soups, stews – yes, but salmon, not so much. That was until I made this Roasted Salmon with Apple Sauce last week. Of course, you can make it year around but it kind of works so well with the fall theme thanks to apple… 

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Spiced Pumpkin Scones

Spiced Pumpkin Scones

Have you started baking with pumpkin yet? This is my first batch this season and many more are to follow. This Spiced Pumpkin Scones are made with my favorite whole spelt flour which makes them soft and dense inside. I also find that spelt flour helps the spice flavors to come out even more. A… 

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Spicy Red Lentil Soup with Veggies

spicy red lentil soup with veggies

First of all, I wanted to let you know that it wasn’t my intention to post 2 soup recipes in a row. I know, it’s the soup season and all, but I still like to have a variety here on the blog. Unfortunately, the recipes I was planning to share this week didn’t work out…. 

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Hearty Chicken and White Bean Soup

Chicken and White Bean Soup

All right, guys, the soup season has officially started and I hope you are as excited as I am! Imagine coming home from work to a nice big pot of soup. No need to worry about making your dinner in a hurry, just warm up a bowl of this goodness and enjoy. Soup is probably… 

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Vanilla Apple Flan

Vanilla Apple Flan

To continue the fall recipe madness here on the blog, I decided to share with you this Vanilla Apple Flan recipe. I remembered this recipe when my husband and I were on a day trip to see a pretty small town about 2 hour drive East of Toronto. On our way there, we stopped at… 

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Baked Eggs with Beans and Veggies

Baked Eggs with Beans and Veggies

Since I started publishing this blog, I’ve become very much aware of cooking with the season. I’ve always intuitively followed the cycle of nature in my cooking. However, because I now prepare recipes for this blogs on the weekly basis, I am more intentional about choosing dishes made with seasonal ingredients. The fall is the… 

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