Banana oat pancakes with only 3 ingredients
What do you normally eat for breakfast? Muesli? Toast? Fruits? A smoothie? Porridge? Something savory? What about a yummy breakfast such as pancakes? I mean, why not? Pancakes are amazing and they can be even healthy, when they are made with plantbased wholefood ingredients. Besides they taste very delicious. I love to eat my pancakes in combination with fruits since it makes them even healthier. Some people might fear that pancakes contain too much fat, sodium and calories. But don’t be afraid, my vegan banana oat pancakes are low in fat and sodium and the batter contains just 1 tbsp of maple syrup (you can use any other sweetener).
You might ask why I use oats to make pancakes instead of all purpose flour? Oats taste good, they are healthy, they are rich in fiber, protein, magnesium and especially manganese. They also contain lots of phosphorus, selenium, zinc and vitamin B1. Oats contain beta-glucans which have been shown to contribute to the maintenance of normal blood cholesterol levels. Beta-glucans is also a type of soluble fibre that slows down the absorption of carbohydrates into the bloodstream. Oats are furthermore very affordable. All together there are so many reasons to consume oats more often. Use gluten free oats if you have celiac disease.
Recipe for my banana oat pancakes
This recipe contains only 3 ingredients and is furthermore very easy to make. The total time to make these healthy banana oat pancakes is more or less 20 minutes. You can serve them with either fruits, homemade peanut butter, maple syrup, low calorie icing sugar or a vegan low fat chocolate sauce. Let me know how you like to eat your pancakes. If you try out my recipe please leave a comment below and tag me with @elavegan and #elavegan on Instagram or Facebook.
These vegan und gluten free banana oat pancakes are perfect for breakfast
- 1-2 tbsp maple syrup for sweeter pancakes
- pinch of salt for savory pancakes
In a bowl, mash the banana with a fork, add the other ingredients and stir with a whisk until just combined
- Spoon some of the batter (I use just 1-2 tbsp of batter for mini pancakes) in your hot skillet and cook on low to medium heat from both sides until golden brown
Serve with either fruits, maple syrup, a chocolate sauce or whatever you prefer. Enjoy!
Recipe serves two persons. Nutrition facts are for one serving (without maple syrup)