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What to do
Add oats to your food processor and pulse until it forms a fine powder. Add a tiny pinch of salt, cinnamon and brown sugar and mix.
Transfer your oat flour to a bowl and add milk, stirring until it becomes an appropriate constancy. (The amount of milk you use depends on the desired thickness. The thicker the mixture, the thicker the pancakes.)
Heat coconut butter in a nonstick pan until melted and add one large spoonful of the mixture at a time. If your pan is big enough and you want to make mini pancakes, you can make two at a time.
Pile them on a plate and drizzle with pure maple syrup and top with fresh fruit.
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