I used to make oat bran galettes quite a lot at one point and then stopped them in favour of using whole oats - Slimming World and not being sure whether oat bran counted as a healthy extra B.
It does now but wasn't on the list then.
This is what I did.
Ingredients to make one portion of sweet galettes (as shown in the photos):
15g (one and a half tbsp) oat bran
30g (one and a half tbsp) natural yogurt
1/4 tsp baking powder, a capful of vanilla (or citrus) essence and a bit of stevia to taste
Fry light/low cal spray oil
Mix everything together well, add a little splash of water if the batter seems a bit too thick, and use spray oil to cook as you cook pancakes - the amount makes three galettes of about 12cm diameter or two larger ones. Take your pick.
Calorie total for the pancakes = 164 calories
SW: half (a bit under half really) a heB
You could quite comfortably make twice the amount and call it one heB although I think that would be too much for one portion, to be honest, especially with yogurt and fruit.
What you could do is use one and a half tbsp of a Mullerlight for the batter instead of natural yogurt and have the rest with fruit as a topping.
Anyway, they make very nice pancakes, much more genuinely pancake-y in texture than using blended whole oats and much quicker to cook too.
If you want to make them savoury, cut the sweetener and essence and add spices/grated cheese (remember to count it as a heA)
They also work well as mini pancakes.