Start your day off with a delicious and nutritious breakfast with these three ingredient banana oat pancakes. All you need is a ripe banana, some quick-cooking oats, and an egg to make this simple and satisfying meal.
If you’re looking for a quick and easy breakfast option, these pancakes are a great choice. They are super simple to make and made with only 3 ingredients. Just mix the ingredients together and cook them up in a pan or on a griddle.
Whether you’re short on time or just looking for a healthy breakfast option, these banana oat pancakes are a great choice. They’re packed with nutrients and protein, and will give you sustained energy throughout the morning.
The next time you’re looking for a filling breakfast that’s also quick and easy to make, give these healthy pancakes a try.
All you need for these three-ingredient pancakes is a small, very ripe banana, some oats, and an egg. That’s it!
These pancakes are healthy and delicious, and they’ll definitely satisfy your morning hunger. The banana provides natural sweetness and plenty of potassium, while the oats give you fiber and whole-grain goodness. And the egg binds everything together and adds protein to keep you feeling full until lunchtime.
It’s so easy to make these pancakes! Just combine the ingredients together well and then cook the batter on a hot griddle or in a frying pan.
There’s no need to mash the banana first if you are using a food processor or blender. Just toss the ingredients into the machine.
Then pulse and or purée the ingredients together until a smooth pancake bater is formed. If you want to combine the ingredients by hand, you’ll need to finely chop the rolled oats or quick oats and mash the banana first.
Grease a pan or griddle with cooking spray or butter. Preheat the cooking surface to medium heat. Pour about two tablespoons of pancake batter onto the pan or griddle for each pancake.
Cook the batter until each pancake is golden brown on both sides. It should take about 2 to 3 minutes per side.
- Spice it up. Add some cinnamon or other spices to the batter for an extra flavor boost.
- Try add-ins. If you want a heartier version, add some chopped nuts or chocolate chips to the batter.
- Make them richer. Add a little milk or cream to the batter to give it a richer flavor. Unsweetened almond milk can be added instead to keep them dairy free.
These gluten-free pancakes are delicious on their own, but you can also top them with your favorite toppings. Fresh fruit, raspberry compote, stewed pears, sliced bananas, nut butter, yogurt, honey, and or syrup are all great options.
If you’re feeling extra indulgent, add some chocolate chips to the batter before cooking or serve them with french toast. No matter how you top them, these pancakes are sure to hit the spot. They are great served with a hashbrown casserole too.
Oat banana pancakes are a healthy, delicious breakfast option. Made with just a few simple ingredients, they are packed with nutrients and fiber. Oat banana pancakes are a great way to start your day!
There are a few reasons why your banana oat pancakes might be mushy. One possibility is that you didn’t cook them long enough. Make sure to cook the pancakes until they’re golden brown on both sides. Another possibility is that there is too much liquid in the batter so only add a small amount if used. Finally, over-ripe bananas can also make for mushy pancakes, so try using bananas that are just starting to turn brown.
You can use a coffee grinder to blend oats into a powder. Just add a few oats at a time and pulse until they’re the desired consistency. You can also use a mortar and pestle to grind them into a powder. Another option is to finely chop them with a knife or chopping tool.
Looking for more easy recipes to enjoy for breakfast? Here’s a few more of our favorites.
- Carbquik pancakes are great for making ahead to enjoy on busy mornings.
- Banana mug cake is another easy 3-ingredient recipe that cooks quickly.
- Carbquik biscuits are a yummy side to serve at breakfast.
- Coconut flour onion bagels are totally portable for eating on the go.
- Egg muffins can be baked ahead to enjoy all week long.
3 Ingredient Banana Oat Pancakes
- 1 small very ripe banana
- ⅓ cup rolled oats
- 1 large egg
- Place all ingredients in a small food processor or blender. Purée until ingredients are well combined.
- Drop heaping tablespoonful of mixture onto lightly greased griddle or skillet. There should be enough pancake batter for 6 small pancakes.
- Cook for about 1 to 2 minutes until the edges and bottom are set. Then flip and cook the other side until set, about 1 minute more.