Banana-oatmeal pancakes |Vegan

Craving something sweet or craving pancakes but don’t have flour at home… or maybe you just don’t want, or can’t consume flour but still want tasty pancakes?

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Then oatbased ones are a great option. I remember when i wasn’t vegan i used to make banana, egg and oatmeal pancakes which were quick to mix together and worked great as a snack or breakfast.

As a vegan it is just as easy to make banana-oat pancakes, you just switch out the egg for some plantbased milk or you can make a chiaseed egg (i.e 1tbsp chiaseeds, mixed with some water to turn into a gel, and then add to the pancake mix).

These pancakes even work to be frozen and then heated up later on when it is time to eat them 🙂 So you could make a big batch for your snack during the week!

Onto the recipe!

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For 6 small pancakes. 1-2 servings

2 bananas

90g oats (2dll)

1tsp chia seeds

100ml plantbased milk

Vanilla & cinnamon

Pinch of salt

Optional: chocolate chips

How to:

In a mixing bowl, add the banana (mashed or sliced), oats, olantbased milk, vanilla, cinnamon and salt. Mix until combined. Add the chia seeds and stir in. Lastly, add the chocolate chips. Mix together.

In a frying pan, fry the pancakes until golden brown on each side. Around 2-3 minutes each side.

Eat warm with some berries, coconut cream and peanut butter.

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So easy to make, and perfect when craving something sweet!

Don’t forget to tag me on instagram if you try any of my recipes or get inspired by the meals i post! My instagram: itsahealthylifestyle

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