Sunday Brunch Recipes – Oatmeal Waffles

About a month ago, One Hundred Dollars a Month reader Lenell sent me her recipe for oatmeal waffles.  Having never tried waffles made with oatmeal before,  I thought it sounded a bit unusual and bookmarked her recipe for a Sunday breakfast.

Well this morning I finally got around to making Lenell’s oatmeal waffles, and my oh my was I surprised. Not only were delicious, but Monkey Boy and The Girl gobbled them right up.  Who knew eating healthy could taste so good?

Here is Lenell’s recipe


2 cups quick oats
1/2 cup flour
1 tbsp. of baking powder {I prefer aluminum free}
1 beaten egg
1 tbsp. honey
2 tbsp. olive oil
1 1/2 cups of milk/water mix {figure ratio you like}


In a large bowl, soak oats in milk or water for 10 minutes. Add remaining ingredients and mix until there are no lumps. Then follow your usual waffle making instructions.

We double the recipe and put in refrigerator for toaster waffles. I have not tried to freeze the waffles as they never last that long!!

*Thanks Lenell for this yummy recipe!

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  1. Elizabeth S. says

    I made these this morning and added in some frozen blueberries and they were so good! I am not usually an oatmeal fan, but I gobbled them up. Mine didn’t look as pretty as yours, but I soaked my oats in more milk, than water. Perhaps I’ll change that next time. I assume these are healthier option to waffles, so I’ll take it. Thanks for the great recipe! I never would have thought to use oatmeal in a waffles recipe.

  2. Stephanie says

    I made these last night after I saw them on your blog and they were delish! The only change was I added a good palm full of pumpkin pie spice and also used old fashioned oats.

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