Farm Fresh "Cow Patties"

Farm Fresh Cow Patties

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Kay Tilley


I was a semi country person when I married my hubby. He was all country and so was his whole family. I had to learn fast or get teased for everything I did so goofy! I learned over the years and along with the best times spent in the kitchen on the farm.
Every weekend, cousins and neighbors filled the kitchen for a home cooked meal.
Mom made delisious meals, simple but plentiful.Mom didn't know how to down size the portions. Most anything she fixed was always pot clean after a meal....that is, except OATMEAL!
So Mom & I came up with a dish we gave the name, "Cow Patties"


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10 Min
20 Min


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    left over room tempature oatmeal ( without sugar)
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    in a bowl, add 2 eggs, as much chopped green onion, as you want, garlic powder, about 4 dashes, and a dash of flour. salt & pepper.

How to Make Farm Fresh "Cow Patties"


  1. In a skillet, first spray with non stick spray. Over low to medium heat, add oil of your choice. I use Canola or Olive Oil. Let heat.
  2. Mix all ingredients together. If oats is too course, add a wee bit of milk. Stir to mix. Add a little handful of flour.
    In your hand place a dab of batter mixture. Roll into a ball. Lay over into the oil, then with fork; mash out into a patty. Brown on each side till light brown. Make as many as you want. They go great with Tatter Patties,too. Kids love'm, kids of all ages~ Enjoy

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