I’ve tried several egg-free and also dairy-free pancake recipes but never quite been happy with the outcome, so when I tried this recipe and it actually turned out really nice I was over the moon. Now I have an easy, healthy go-to recipe that doesn’t even have egg in it – which means Lana can eat it too.
I’ve modified the original recipe slightly and I didn’t really follow the instructions as I’m too impatient and I have an one-year-old who demands my attention non-stop – but what I did worked so nae worries!
INGREDIENTS (6 pancakes)
- 1 large ripe banana or 2 small ones
- 1 dl oats
- 1 dl buckwheat flour (or normal flour)
- 2 dl non-dairy milk (or cows milk if you’re not vegan)
- 0,5 dl wholemeal flour
- 2 tsp baking powder
- pinch of salt
- 1 tbsp chia seeds (optional)
- dash of vanilla extract
- sprinkle of cinnamon
- coconut oil for cooking
Mash up the banana in a bowl, mix in the milk and the rest of the ingredients. The recipe I used said 2 dl of oats, but since I happened to have buckwheat flour I used that too. You could easily make this recipe gluten-free too by leaving out the wholemeal flour and replacing it with buckwheat flour (and by making sure you’re using pure, non-contaminated oats if you’re gluten intolerant). The batter will be quite thick, so don’t worry about that.
Let the batter stand for 10 minutes.
Heat up a small amount of coconut oil in a pan, add around 2 tablespoons of batter and cook on a low-medium heat until bubbles appear. Flip and cook until the other side is golden too. Enjoy with berries and yoghurt or whatever you fancy!
I think this is going to be my new Sunday morning treat 🙂
x Nina x