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Serves (makes 6 pancakes)
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Ingredients
  • 2 beaten eggs
  • 1 large and ripe mashed banana 🍌 I just use a fork to mash it to a thick pulp
  • 1 tsp of sweetener
  • ¼ tsp of baking powder
  • 20 g of ground oats I just ground normal porridge oats in my pestle and mortar or you can use 15g of plain flour
Banana and Oat Pancakes Banana and Oat Pancakes

Banana and Oat Pancakes

Prep 5 minutes
Total 15 minutes
  1. Mix all of the above and using a good quality non stick frying pan put it on a medium heat to get the pan hot.
  2. I then add my Lakeland silicone mould rings (affiliate link) to the pan and then spray the pan and moulds with calorie controlled cooking spray. Moulds aren’t essential but I just prefer doing it this way.
  3. I add the mix to the moulds and immediately turn the heat to a low gentle heat.
  4. Once the pancakes are starting to firm up take a knife and go round the edges of your mould and remove the mould. If you’re confident enough carefully turn them over to cook and seal the other side or just put them under a preheated grill to firm up.
  5. You’ll probably need to cook these in batches so just put the first three on a cooling rack and repeat.
  6. Can be served with a variety of options such as sliced strawberries, chocolate sauce, grated white chocolate, honey etc.



Banana and Oat Pancakes Banana and Oat Pancakes

Banana and Oat Pancakes

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Prep 5 minutes
Total 15 minutes
Serves (makes 6 pancakes)
US | Metric
Ingredients
  • 2 beaten eggs
  • 1 large and ripe mashed banana 🍌 I just use a fork to mash it to a thick pulp
  • 1 tsp of sweetener
  • ¼ tsp of baking powder
  • 20 g of ground oats I just ground normal porridge oats in my pestle and mortar or you can use 15g of plain flour

  1. Mix all of the above and using a good quality non stick frying pan put it on a medium heat to get the pan hot.
  2. I then add my Lakeland silicone mould rings (affiliate link) to the pan and then spray the pan and moulds with calorie controlled cooking spray. Moulds aren’t essential but I just prefer doing it this way.
  3. I add the mix to the moulds and immediately turn the heat to a low gentle heat.
  4. Once the pancakes are starting to firm up take a knife and go round the edges of your mould and remove the mould. If you’re confident enough carefully turn them over to cook and seal the other side or just put them under a preheated grill to firm up.
  5. You’ll probably need to cook these in batches so just put the first three on a cooling rack and repeat.
  6. Can be served with a variety of options such as sliced strawberries, chocolate sauce, grated white chocolate, honey etc.