3-ingredients, vegan and healthy banana pancakes without egg, flour, milk, or sugar, but with oatmeal. Taste great and are easy to make!
They consist of only 3 ingredients, they are vegan, sugar-free, gluten-free, and still delicious 😉 : these healthy banana pancakes with oatmeal are simply incredible. The vegan pancake recipe without flour and sugar (-substitutes) reminds me of these banana oat muffins or the healthy 2-ingredient cookies. By their very nature, the pancakes "bake" even faster.
Taste and Occasion
Sure, you certainly can't compare them to classic pancakes from the US. But the fact that these healthy banana pancakes don't require egg and milk, gluten and sweeteners, artificial substitute ingredients, and Co, is still a great experience 🙂. The 3-ingredient pancakes are not my very own invention, but they buzz around in different mixtures several times on the internet. Sometimes with more, sometimes with less fruit, sometimes with whole flakes, sometimes with oatmeal. In this recipe, I share the best combination with you. This, by the way, also fits perfectly into the clean eating concept.
Inside the healthy vegan pancakes, there are only oatmeal, ripe banana, and oat milk. You can also use rice, soy, or almond milk if you like. Because of the few ingredients and the absence of typical allergens, these are the perfect pancakes for babies and toddlers. And, of course, for all the grown-ups looking for a healthy snack.
A few factors are essential for these easy banana pancakes to succeed: use really ripe bananas with lots of black spots. They bring the best subtle sweetness to the dough and result in the right consistency. After all, they replace the eggs in the recipe.
It has proven beneficial to grind the (tender) oat flakes a little finer. For this, you only need a kitchen chopper. If necessary, you can certainly do without it; and it doesn't have to be oatmeal. But if you grind it a little finer, the ingredients for healthy pancakes mix better and form a homogeneous dough.
How to make the Healthy Banana Pancakes
These chewy chocolate oatmeal cookies are stunning - crunchy and soft at the same time! If you like, you can bake these American oatmeal cookies plain or with raisins.
This recipe is super simple, so let's get started: Firstly, grind the oatmeal a little finer in a kitchen chopper or similar. Mash the ripe banana to purée, and whisk with the oat milk. Then, add oat flour or oat flakes and stir in well. Allow dough to swell for 5 minutes. It's time for heating a large coated pan with a little (coconut) oil. Using a tablespoon, drop in 2-3 small portions of the batter and bake over medium heat until the bottom can be loosened. Flip pancakes and finish baking. Do the same with the rest of the dough. Choose the topping you like and: Enjoy!
You also need a coated pan and some oil for healthy banana pancakes. For example, coconut oil. The banana oatmeal pancakes must be baked carefully. Otherwise, they may fall apart when you turn them.
Healthy Banana Pancakes
- 100 grams (7 tablespoons) oatmeal, tender, glutenfree
- 130 grams (1 cups) banana, 1 large one, ripe, weighed without peel
- 170 milliliters (¾ cup) oat milk, or almond, soy, rice milk
- Grind the oatmeal a little finer in a kitchen chopper or similar. Mash the ripe banana to purée, whisk with the oat milk. Add oat flour/flakes and stir in well. Allow dough to swell for 5 minutes.
- Heat a large coated pan with a little (coconut) oil. Using a tablespoon, drop in 2-3 small portions of batter. Bake over medium heat until the bottom can be loosened. Flip pancakes and finish baking. Do the same with the rest of the dough.
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