How can something so simple taste so good? These vegan banana pancakes prove that you can eat something quick, satisfying and healthy for breakfast.
Non-contaminated rolled oats are also gluten-free and full of significant health benefits. They are high in fiber which helps you stay full faster and longer. Oats are an excellent source of antioxidants and can help regulate blood sugar. If that wasn't enough, rolled oats have vitamins, minerals and 26 grams of protein per cup!
For variety, stir in healthy additions to your batter like ground flax, berries or seeds. Top with some unsweetened coconut for crunch and maple syrup for sweetness.
Hope you enjoy these vegan banana pancakes as much as we did. You can also find the recipe for overnight oats below.
If you agree that oats are a healthy, delicious ingredient, you will probably enjoy these Vegan Energy Bars with Oats, Apples and Flaxseed, Oil-Free Heart Healthy Granola Bars and Baked Oatmeal with Raspberries.
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Four Ingredient Vegan Banana Pancakes
- ¾ cup of rolled oats
- ¼ cup of oat flour (or whole-wheat)
- 1¼ cup of unsweetened, unflavored nut milk (I like almond)
- 1 large ripe banana, sliced
- Blend all the ingredients together in a food processor or blender. Heat a light oiled frying pan over medium high heat. Pour approximately ¼ cup of batter into the griddle. Brown on both sides and serve hot.
- Garnish with sliced bananas, fruit, nuts, seeds, maple syrup or some unsweetened toasted coconut.
- ½ cup of rolled oats
- 1 cup of unsweetened nut milk (I like almond)
- 2 tablespoons of seeds, hemp or ground flax seeds or a combination
- 1 teaspoon of cinnamon
- 1 teaspoon of maple syrup
- Add all the ingredients to a mason jar. Put lid on and shake it up. Place in the refrigerator overnight.
- Garnish with nuts, fruits and a drizzle of maple syrup.
15 thoughts on “Four Ingredient Vegan Banana Pancakes”
Thank you for sharing this recipe. It sounds amazing 🙂
You are welcome and thanks for being here Nikki!
I have always wanted to try overnight oats – they sound so good. Appreciate the recipe. Thank you, Nancy. Love your podcast. Best, Lisa
Thanks for saying that Lisa and thank you so much for listening! Nancy
Hi Nancy I made them for breakfast yesterday with blueberries, mango toasted coconut pieces and maple syrup. They were delicious Thank you kindly for all your wonderful recipes💕
Good morning Peggy! So happy you enjoyed them – I am liking that mango toasted coconut idea. That might work really well with this coming Friday Facebook live. Stay tuned! and have a wonderful day!
Thank you for sharing the pancake recipe. Sounds delicious. I was wondering if I could replace oat flour with buckwheat flour?
Hi Fran – Yes you could use any flour that you want. I love the idea of buckwheat! Thanks for being here!
Hi , I want to try these but am allergic to nuts. Can another plant milk be used instead?? Also if so doesnit have to be unsweetened?? Thankyou
Hi Rabiah – Yes you can use any non-dairy milk including soy or rice milk and yes it can be sweetened. Thanks for stopping by and for being part of our healthy community!
Hi! I just discovered your website. I love it!! Tried these pancakes and they were sooooo delicious. My 7-year old twin boys devoured them 🙂 Oh, I used (unsweetened) oat milk and it worked great.
Hi Amanda – Thank you so much for stopping by and your kind words. So happy the boys loved them! I never use oat milk but I am going to try it. Nancy
you don’t need to post this part – overnight oats has the wrong photo.
Tried it with flax meal. Very good. Like muesili. Garnished with berries or trail mix.
Thanks for sharing and for stopping by Hank