Banana Pancakes Recipe

Banana Pancakes Recipe

These chunky banana monkey pancakes made with oat flour are the fluffiest and simplest pancakes you’ll ever make. They have a sweetness that comes from their natural state, can be produced in a blender, and need just six basic ingredients, such as rolled oats, banana, almond milk, and cinnamon. The ultimate example of a wholesome and gluten-free morning meal!

Ingredients for Banana Pancakes

almond milk2 tbsp
 vanilla extract1 tsp
rolled oats⅔ cup
baking powder1 ½ tsp
 cinnamon½ tsp
chocolate chips¼ cup
chopped walnuts¼ cup

Preparation for Banana Pancakes

  1. Put all of the ingredients into the blender, then turn it up to high and mix for about 20 to 30 seconds, or until everything is well incorporated. Allow the batter to rest for three to five minutes (to thicken).
  2. In the meanwhile, heat a big pan that doesn’t stick on medium heat. Butter or coat the pan with non-stick spray lightly before using.
  3. Pour around a quarter to a third of a cup of the batter into the heated pan. Sprinkle a few chocolate chips and/or walnuts on top of each pancake before serving.
  4. Cook for around two to three minutes, until the tops of the pancakes get puffed up and the edges become crisp and hard. It is impossible for bubbles to develop on the surface of pancakes made with oat flour because oat flour is more dense than all-purpose flour.
  5. To determine whether or not they are ready to be flipped, carefully raise them with a spatula to examine the undersides and see whether they have begun to brown. Reduce the temperature on the stovetop if you discover that the pancakes are browning at an alarmingly rapid rate.
  6. After about one to two minutes of cooking on the other side, carefully turn the food over. Be careful not to overcook them.
  7. Immediately top each serving with sliced bananas, more chocolate chips, chopped walnuts, honey, or maple syrup.

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Nutritional Facts

Net carbs42g


I will never suggest a product unless I really like it and actually use it myself. Simply replace the egg in the recipe with one flax egg, and these delicious and nutritious banana pancakes may be made vegan. Make sure that you follow the guidelines in the recipe and allow the batter to settle for five minutes so that it can thicken.

I would rate it 4 out of 5. If you use this recipe, please leave a remark and rate it at the bottom of this page. Definitely a must try dish.

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