When I first discovered this recipe I thought there was no way the outcome would be light and fluffy pancakes. However, I was proven wrong. The result is pancake perfection and the ingredients are essentials you’ll find in your cupboard so don’t worry, you wont need to fork out a loan for any fancy, wholefood ingredients!
All you need (serves 2)
1 cup of oats
1 cup of milk (can be cows milk, soy, almond, whatever you fancy)
(1 cup = 128g)
1.Preheat a frying pan to medium to low heat, add a teaspoon of oil (coconut is my fav otherwise whatever you’ve got to hand will work, if you have a non-stick pan feel free to opt out)
2.Blend your oats in a high speed food processor or blender until it reaches flour-like consistency
3.Add banana and milk of choice to blender then mix until combined
4.Add around 2 tbsp of pancake mix to the pan creating a round shape
5.After 1 or 2 minutes, flip the pancake over. Cook for another 2 minutes until lightly golden.
After you have prepared your pancakes and stacked them onto your plate, it’s time to add toppings! For this recipe I chose maple syrup, toasted coconut flakes, raspberries and blueberries.
Here are a few more great options…
Lemon and sugar, Nutella and strawberries, White chocolate and berries, salted caramel and cream, bananas and cinnamon, The list could go on but essentially it’s all about being creative!
Thanks for reading, I hope you found this recipe as useful as I have, what are your favourite pancake toppings? Let me know in the comments!