Thought I would post the recipe before I forgot. The first time I tried making oatmeal cottage cheese pancakes they came out so awful that I could not eat them (the kids did), but I kept trying. I probably would have given up, but we were getting so much goat cottage cheese that I wanted to find different ways to eat it. If you know us, our weekly pancakes are pretty important. FINALLY, after a few weeks of trying different things, I was able to make a good pancake.
A few a little burnt, but I haven't been able to get any other pictures. Usually they are devoured too fast!
2 c. oats
2 c. cottage cheese
4 tsp. vanilla (this is approx. as I use vanilla powder - a little in each tsp with hot water)
4 tsp. honey
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp salt
2 ts baking powder (the pictures were before the baking powder)
optional: 3/4 tsp of maple flavoring
Put oatmeal in blender until it becomes flour. I then put all of the other ingredients into my food processor until blended.
(The maple flavoring is probably not on the diet and processed, but it adds a lot to the pancakes since we usually can't get maple syrup. I have substituted maple syrup for the honey before, but we use it sparingly.)