Easy Bake Oven – Oatmeal Pancake Bars

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Don’t let the number of ingredients in the picture scare you. It’s all very tiny amounts (of course) and it just gives the kids more to measure – always fun!

Gather up your ingredients and find your little cook:

1 Tbs. brown sugar

1/2 Tbs. peanut butter

1/2 Tbs. pancake syrup

1/16 tsp. vanilla

1/4 cup oats

1/2 Tbs. butter

1 Tbs. chocolate chips

Combine all the ingredients and press into greased and floured pans. Bake 12-15 minutes. Makes 2-3 cakes.

These tasted very good. This recipe is from Baking with Mommy Cookbook. I highly recommend it.

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  1. I’M PASSING ON A BLOG LOVE AWARD TO YOU! COME AND COLLECT YOUR PRIZE!

  2. I don’t have an easy bake oven, but now I want one.

    These look great.

  3. She is so gorgeous, I am sure she love it too.

  4. growingupartists says:

    Congratulations, top 10 out of someone’s 800…not bad! I’m here for the recipe though, think I’ll be making them with my kids for the 4H snack. I see the healthiness factor, and ease. Perfect!

  5. Hula's Secret Blog says:

    This is so cute that you make these gourmet easy bake oven recipes!

  6. Yum-O

  7. Aunt Spicy says:

    I wonder if my niece will loan me her easybake oven, these look fabulous! And just adore, adore your blog!

  8. Man and Kat says:

    Just stopping by your blog for the first time and love it! This recipe looks very good. My daughter would love making it.

  9. All your recipes look de-lish! I will most definitely try a few. Thanks for stopping by and visiting my blog today!

  10. Kimm at Reinvented says:

    Tiffany, thank you so much for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. I am SO EXCITED to have found yours! This is info. a girl can USE! I’ll be back.

  11. How cool is this?!

    I’ll have to look up that book for my friend who loves to bake and is soon going to be a mother. This seems like something right up her alley.

  12. I had a Holly Hobbie Easy Bake Oven when I was a kid. It was designed like one of those old-fashioned wrought-iron stoves from the 19th century. I loved it! I still miss it…:(

  13. Those look like fun to make and yummy too.

  14. YOU CEASE TO AMAZE ME WITH YOUR RECIPES. EVEN RECIPES FOR THE KIDS. WOW! THANKS FOR THAT!

  15. My kids just got an easy bake oven for christmas. I also refuse to pay for mixes so this recipe will come in quite handy. Thank you very much. I feel like I saw a cookbook devoted entirely to using the EBO without mixes a year or so ago. Sounds like you’ve got it covered on your own though.

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