Banana Oat Pancakes

Sundays are for pancakes. Really when ever you want is for pancakes. Been experimenting with different types of plant based pancakes. This recipe is really simple with ingredients you most likely have in your pantry. I also use a blender to mix everything.


  • 1 cup Oat Flour. You can play with this pending what consistency you like. Don’t go crazy though.
  • 1 Ripe Banana (that means spotted)
  • 1tsp Apple Cider Vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon Pure Maple Syrup (not that fake stuff) or coconut nectar. Just make sure it is real
  • 165 ml Almond Milk or other non dairy milk. Try out 1/2 cup see if you like consistency. If not add more liquid. You can really play with this.
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • optional coconut oil tiny amount just for cooking in pan if you want
  • optional: coconut flakes and cut up fruit of your choice for the top once cooked

165ml non dairy milk plus 1 tsp apple cider vinegar (set aside for 7 to 10 mins)

In blender blend
1 large ripe banana (that means with spots)
1tbs real maple syrup
1/2 tsp vanilla extract

Once milk is done add to blender and blend

Add 1tsp baking soda and 1/2 tsp baking powder to blended mixture. Blend again.

Add 1 cup oat flour to blended mixture. Blend again.

Let mixture sit for 1 to 2 mins.

Heat skillet on your stove top to its perfect pancake temp. Mine is #4 on the dial.

You can add coconut oil or non dairy butter to the pan. I typically don’t. My pan works well with not sticking. I use stainless steel or ceramic cookware.

After pancakes mixture is done sitting give them a little stir. Pour from your blender to size you want. Add fruit to the pancakes if you wish. The pic has blueberries.

When you have a good bubble going on with the batter you can flip to cook other side.

Makes 8 pancakes



A good thing spatula is very helpful with these. They are not a thick pancake. More on the wiggly side. Wiggly delish though.

Plant them and add your fav toppings. I tend to do a berry with a bit of pure maple syrup. I was in Vermont this summer. Came home with giant jugs of pure Vermont maple syrup.


If you make these let me know how you like them!

Together we can!



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