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I can’t rave enough about this life-changing quick and healthy oat pancake recipe. 8 years ago, when I started to eat more plant-based, I struggled so much with finding a filling, and nutrient-dense breakfast that is satiating, vegan, and gluten-free, and made with very minimal ingredients. Sound like a good dream, right? But slowly, as I started to incorporate more oats into my diet, I discovered a magical world of possibilities. Today, as a mom of 5 kids, there is no day that goes by without eating oats in one way or another. One of the very practical meals I eat a lot is this amazing 3 Ingredient Oats Pancakes Recipe!!! You can take this simple recipe and add to it whatever you want. BUT THE BASE, just as it is, is amazing. And if you are trying to get fit, or lose weight, this recipe will help you tremendously. I can’t wait for you to try it!
1). We will start by making the oat flour: To a blender cup, we will place our old-fashioned oats, and blend for a minute until the oats turn into a fine and smooth flour. Then place the flour into a bowl.
2). To the same blender cup, we will add our banana and plant milk, and blend for a few seconds until smooth. Pour the wet mixture to our oat flour bowl.
3). We will mix the 3 ingredients until well incorporated and if you wish to have a more fluffy consistency, add baking powder as well. Let the batter sit for 5-7 minutes to allow the oats to absorb the liquids.
4). Heat up a nonstick pan and spray a thin layer of oil both on the pan and a ¼ cup measuring cup to scoop the batter. (The oil I use)
5). Once the pan is hot, pour 2-3 pancakes at a time, and use the bottom of the cup to spread the pancakes to a flat layer.
6). Wait for some bubbles to form, and only then flip the pancakes. Wait for a golden brown color and remove from the pan. Repeat until the batter is all finished. You should be getting between 6-7 pancakes.
Serve with some fruits, coconut yogurt, and maple syrup if you wish.
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• Feel free to place all the ingredients in the blender at once.
• Feel free to use store-bought oat flour, and eliminate using a blender for this recipe
• You can mash the banana with a fork for a more chunky consistency
• Feel free to add protein powder or nut butter, but add 2-3 tbsp more milk
• You can make a big batch as a meal-prep and warm up before ready to eat
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