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Pineapple Oatcakes


75   g     Brown sugar
5    g     Cinnamon  (optional)
150  g     Kodiak Power Cakes Buttermilk pancake mix
600  g     Rolled oats

20   oz    Crushed pinapple with juice
150  g     Margarine, melted


1. Preheat oven to 325℉.

2. In a medium mixing bowl mix together the brown sugar and cinnamon until there are no clumps and the mixture is a uniform color throughout.

3. Add the pancake mix to the brown sugar mixture and mix well until there are no clumps and the mixture is a uniform color throughout.

4. Add the rolled oats to the pancake mix and brown sugar mixture and mix well.

5. Add the can of crushed pineapple (including the juice) and the melted margarine to the dry ingredients and mix thoroughly until the oats appear to be absorbing the liquid rather than being just wet on the outside. If the dough seems too dry you may need to add a little water and mix again.

6. Transfer the dough to a baking stone and shape to resemble a pizza box. Slice the shaped unbaked dough into sixteen squares.

7. Bake for 70 minutes, turning the baking stone half-way around after 35 minutes to help the oatcakes bake evenly.

8. Package the oatcakes immediately after baking (without cooling first) into airtight containers for storage.


1. The Kodiak Power Cakes pancake mix was chosen because it is made with whole-grain flours. You may substitute other pancake mix as desired. We've had good results with Krusteaz Buttermilk pancake mix, and with Pamela's Gluten-Free Pancake mix.

2. Quick-cooking oats are not recommended.

3. Margarine was selected to reduce cholesterol content, butter tastes even better! Use any cooking oil you and your cardiologist agree on, we've used canola oil or olive oil with good results.

4. Crushed pineapple is available in 16 oz. cans and in 20 oz cans. If you can't find the larger size you may need to add about 112 grams of water to compensate. Pineapple is usually packed in its own juice rather than syrup. If yours was packed in syrup you may want to reduce the amount of brown sugar, or drain the syrup and add a similar quantity of water.

5. Don't be afraid to add more brown sugar if that sounds good to you.

6. We sometimes add 100 grams of chopped nuts to the dough.

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