Ever feel like you’re in a breakfast rut? I mean reeeaaallyyyyyy don’t know what to make for breakfast. I’m sitting over here with both hands raised to the sky. And yes I also have a ton of recipes. Yet there are times when my kiddo and I don’t know what to eat.
So if you’re stumped as to what to make your kiddos or yourself, this quick recipe for pancakes is it. The recipe comes together in minutes. It doesn’t include a ton of ingredients or artificial sugars. And it can be reheated again throughout the week.
This quick recipe for pancakes tastes incredible. Let’s see what’s in this quick recipe for pancakes:
- Baking powder
Oats are tremendous when you’re looking for a gluten-free option. They are more reasonably priced than almond flour. Bananas are a superfood when it comes to naturally sweetening up a recipe. If you’ve got bananas with brown spots, even better. Ripe bananas are where it’s at.
To a blender, add oats, bananas, eggs, baking powder, and salt. Blend until smooth.
You can wait 10 minutes to let the batter thicken. This helps the batter rise and cook better.
Heat a pan over medium high heat. Add about 1/4 cup of the batter to the pan. Flip the batter with a spatula until both sides are lightly browned. Set the pancake aside.
Top pancakes with maple syrup or honey and sliced fruit. Chocolate chips are a fun and festive touch too!