this recipe came from restaurant once in business in california's inland empire. they would share the recipe along as posted it in a cookbook that helped raise money for battered women. the recipe is tasty and has been used in our family for many years.
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although the recipe does not call this, i like to soak the oatmeal in the milk for about 10 minutes, i really think it improves the texture of the pancake. these are a must served with maple syrup or honey. your kids will love these, i know my "big" one d
an herb and lemony chicken salad, made with a fantastic homemade mayonnaise that takes this already yummy salad right over the top. you can whip it up long before you can run to the store for a more expensive and less tasty product. fabulous for sandwiche
a little different from others i've seen here as there's no added sugar. i found this in "the back of the box gourmet", by michael mclaughlin. it's easy to throw together; easier if you use a food processor. i love the sweet flavor and the crunch. try it
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