Banana and Oat Pancakes 

My children and I love these! They are a perfect way of using up any over ripe bananas, and you can also add additional ingredients like, dried fruits or spices to them. We have them for breakfast, lunch and even as a snack. I have served mine with runny honey and banana but my daughter recommends them with ice cream!

Makes 8 small pancakes

Ingredients:

50g plain flour 

2 over ripe bananas, mashed 

40g rolled oats 

1 tbsp honey 

1tsp baking powder 

1 egg, beaten 

75ml milk 

Oil or butter for frying 

1. In a large bowl, mix together the flour, oats and baking powder. Pour in milk, egg, honey and mashed bananas. Stir well until it forms a batter.

2. Heat up a little oil or butter in a frying pan on a low heat. Spoon in 1 tablespoon of the batter in the pan, I had to do mine in two batches. Fry for 2-3 minutes on each side or until golden brown.

9 thoughts on “Banana and Oat Pancakes ”

  1. These sound great, I’ve heard of bananas in pancakes before but I must admit I’ve never tried them as I don’t usually let our bananas get so ripe (I tend to buy and eat them when they’re still a wee bit green to be honest!) I shall have to keep a banana aside and give them a try especially as you daughter recommends them with icecream 😉 #yumtum
    Angela x

  2. We love pancakes here! but these look really good and a bit healthier than the ones I usually do! great breakfast and perfect for the little monsters! Thanks so much for linking up at #YUMTUM 🙂

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