Krusteaz Oat Bran Pancake

Krusteaz Oatbran Pancakes

Quick breakfasts are important to me these days because I just want to quickly fill my tum and get on to my assignments or to school. I live terribly far from school and would always have to wake up pretty early just to get to my morning classes. It takes me about 1 and a half hours to reach school. So I’d have to be really quick on my feet especially on days where I have morning lectures and so on!

I don’t usually like using pre-mixes but on occasions like this that calls for something hassle-free, I have to compromise. These days, I have been having oat bran pancakes for breakfast and I love it because it is healthy and it fills me up! Best of all, you can do your own combination oat bran pancakes.

What do I mean? At the side of the box, there’s a recommendation for those who want to add more omph to the pancakes. For example, add 1/4 grated carrots and 1/4 raisins for your own Carrot Raisin Pancakes or 1/4 cup peeled, chopped apples and 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon for Apple Cinnamon pancakes.

Here’s a shot of the carrot and raisin version:

carrot raisin oatbran pancakes

It’s pretty yummy and sometimes I even add some wheatgerm to up the health-factor 🙂

The people at Krusteaz just know how to make our lives all so much easier!

P.S. I bought this at Raffles City’s Jason’s Market Place.

Posted on 29th Oct 2006 in Uncategorized


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Sweetilicious commented on November 2, 2006 at 1:48 am

I know this brand Krusteaz very well. We make this product here in the Northwest of the United States. I can tell you this company strives for the utmost Quality and best products available. Snoqualamie falls Lodge oatmeal is so good too. Big healthy flakes that cook up as separate flakes and not gummy, Yummmm, Both produced by the same company.


Anonymous commented on July 4, 2007 at 8:11 pm

googled you up looking for things to do with Krusteaz cake mix.
Just thought I’d mention that we put Walla Walla sweet onions in our pancakes on occasion. The flavor goes well with different mixes and fillings. We use them mostly with corn or potato pancakes.


leo commented on July 31, 2014 at 12:36 am



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