Then I added several cups of cashew milk and water.
There was slightly more milk than water. By the time I added
the liquid, the blender was 3/4 full or fuller.
I added cinnamon and some oil and a little salt to the mix.
This seems to be working. It covers more bread than I expected. Probably 1 1/2 to 2 loaves easily. The bread soaks up the liquid faster, so you may need to add a little liquid to the batter as you go, maybe halfway through.
I'm getting less exact here.. but it worked so I wanted to record it!
I dropped the Oatmeal entirely. There is still a banana but you can't taste it.
1 2/3 c WW Pastry flour
1 2/3 c All purpose flour
just about 1 Tablespoon of Baking Powder
These dry things in the blender, mixed up and fluffy.
Then, add about 2/3 c Maple Syrup
some Disaronno or vanilla or anything to flavor it
And.. lots of water. But I don't know how much. At least 3 cups, but probably more. I lost track.
Michael thought it was the oatmeal making the texture work out, but apparently that doesn't matter. Possibly the trick is the banana? Or maybe it's the fact that I let the blender run a bit to make sure everything is all mixed up (thereby working up the gluten?)
But this mixture was very nice. I used 1/4 c per pancake and this texture allowed for making things like cars, a cat, a "house". Stuff like that worked better with this texture, as it felt "eggy" even though there were no eggs. I was able to even flip the "cat" with whiskers w/o breaking any of the 6 whiskers.
Today we tried it again after the fun yesterday, but with a more standard effect. I used 1.5 c oatmeal flour 2 cups all-purpose flour
1/3 cup dairy-free milk of some sort (whatever I had around)
1/3 cup maple syrup (we are now running low...) 2 cups of water
2.5 t baking powder
I dropped them with 1/8 c measuring spoons this time.
What I am guessing is that I can use the blender to "make" the oatmeal flour, blending as long as I like, but if I blend "too long" after it's liquid, maybe that's not smart. I don't know. But I did blend a long time today, and that was ok. One other thing to note is that you should wash the blender pretty quickly, as the oatmeal can get horrible.
The kids prefer flatter thinner pancakes, so maybe next time I will increase the liquid again and try for larger pancakes!
I used 1.5 c Quick Oats and ground it in blender.
Added 1/4 c Maple Syrup
About 1/4 c water, maybe 1/2 or more....
About one teaspoon of baking powder.
Dropped rounded tablespoons onto pan.
About one minute then flipped.