Healthy banana pancakes with only 3 ingredients! This pancake recipe is super healthy, quick, easy and guaranteed to succeed.
Attention pancake lovers! Here’s a super easy recipe for healthy banana pancakes made with just three nutritious ingredients. Bananas, oatmeal and milk are enough to conjure up these fluffy and sugar-free pancakes. So you can enjoy the banana pancakes without a guilty conscience! Have fun trying!
Healthy Banana Pancakes - Ingredients
Bananas are not only good for the natural sweetness, but they also contribute to a fluffy consistency in this recipe.
Bananas are also super healthy! Thanks to their roughage, they promote our digestion. At the same time, bananas are very filling and keep us full for a long time.
Oatmeal is incredibly nutritious and contains many important vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. In addition, they are rich in fiber and proteins. This means that oat flakes also keep you full for a long time and cover many important nutrients.
I prefer to use almond or oat milk for my banana pancakes. But you can just use your favorite milk for this recipe.
How to make healthy banana and oatmeal pancakes?
I use ground oatmeal to make the pancakes really creamy. I always put all the ingredients in a high-speed blender until the mass is really nice and creamy.
Then some coconut oil is heated in a coated pan. Now the pancakes are fried on each side until they are nice and golden brown.
Finally, you can serve the pancakes on a plate with the topping of your choice. I served the pancakes with tahini, date syrup and blueberries – a very delicious combination! See the next section for some ideas for more toppings.
Alternatives and variations
You can adapt the pancakes as you like and enjoy them with different toppings.
Here are a few alternatives for you:
- Chocolate pancakes: For chocolate pancakes, you can simply add a little cocoa powder to the batter.
- Cinnamon Pancakes: If you like cinnamon, you can also add some cinnamon to the batter for a wintry flavor.
- Topping: Instead of date syrup and tahini, you can also serve the pancakes with peanut butter, maple syrup, jam or yogurt. There are no limits to the topping!
- 2 Bananas
- 140 g rolled oats
- 150 ml plant-based milk (oat or almond milk)
- Some coconut oil for the pan
- Date Syrup
- Put all ingredients for the pancakes into a high-speed blender and mix until the mass is really nice and creamy.
- Heat some coconut in a coated pan. Now fry the pancakes on each side until they are nice and golden brown.
- Finally, you can serve the pancakes on a plate with the topping of your choice. I served the pancakes with tahini, date syrup and blueberries.