I’ve been having those as a luxury, but still pretty easy, sunday breakfast for quite a while now. They are perfect for when you have 30 minutes extra in the morning to spend on treating yourself with a healthy and nourishing yet delicious breakfast.
You simply just need a couple of staple ingredients that you probably already have in your kitchen. There are tons of ways to variate and they reheat well in the microwave if you want to make them ahead!
So, now that you’ve been convinced that those are your next sunday (or whenever you’d like) breakfast. Let’s get cookin’!
200ml Almond milk (or any other plant based option)
2 small bananas or 1 big (around 150g)
Optional for thicker pancakes: 1-2 tsp baking powder
Oil for frying if needed
Blueberries or any other berry
Maca, cacao, caraob, protein powder of choice, cinnamon and cardamom or vanilla powder
Berries and/or fruit
Seeds, nuts and dried fruit
Granola of choice
- Mix your oats with a blender or mixer until they become like oat-flour.
- Dice up your banana to smaller pieces. Add the banana and nut milk to the oat-flour. Be careful with the nut milk so that they don’t get to runny or thick. Mix/ blend Everything until smooth and add baking powder.
- If adding spices or berries, add now. Otherwise, jump to next step.
- Heat some oil in a pan or if you use a non-stick like me, just add the batter to a heated skillet. Fry on medium high until golden Brown, then flip and fry on the other side. I would recommend not making them to big as they become harder to flip.
- When you’ve fried them all up, top as desired and get into pancake heaven!
You gonna make these as a sunday breakfast every sunday like me now? Though so. My friends all think banana pancakes is milk n’ eggs with banana but what to they know? This vegan way is soooo much better. Even my brother, the ultimate food critic, loves them with some maple syrup and cinnamon!
And you know what else is so good about these? Well, they are super easy to make gluten free! Actually most oats are naturally gluten free so yay! Let’s just jump on the pancake train and drive all way to banana town!