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These delicious and mouthwatering blender oatmeal pancakes are rich with healthy and nutritious ingredients make them one powerful pancake!
Easy & Delcious Blender Oatmeal Pancakes
- 2 Cups Oatmeal
- 1 1/4 Cup Soy Milk
- 1 Banana
- 1 tsp Cinnamon
- 1 TBS Honey
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 1 Egg
- 1 1/2 tsp baking powder
Blend ingredients in Blender
Prepare griddle or skillet 350 degrees ( I just use a paper towel and rub down my griddle with a little coconut oil while it's warming up)
Pour batter to make pancakes desired size. We like small pancakes at our house, so that way we can stack em'
Serve with your favorite natural maple syrup
Gather your ingredients and have them handy near your Blender. This is when having a high-end blender really come in handy! It is able to grind up the oatmeal and make a really smooth batter. You may also be wondering why Soy milk when Almond Milk is all the rage. Soy milk is actually higher in protein and has a great nutritional profile – it needs to stop getting a bad rap! Plus it is creamier and has a richer flavor which pairs well with these oatmeal pancakes.
This is the crazy easy part just dump all your ingredients in the blender and blend! So not only is this a cinch to throw together it also is a quick clean up! Which I love, serve them on paper plates and save yourself even more dishes – no judgment here.
The batter will make about 8 small-medium pancakes so if you have a bigger family you may want to double the recipe. Also, I like to add some chia, hemp and flax seeds to the mix to up the nutritional ante and my kids are none the wiser! Totally optional but it is a great way to add some healthy Omegas. The batter is a bit thicker and the texture is not that of a light and fluffy buttermilk pancakes but it is still delicious and a bit more healthy! So it is a bit of a trade-off if you are used to traditional pancakes.
So next time your kids are begging you for pancakes you can make these delicious and easy blender oatmeal pancakes and let them eat up, knowing not only are they dang yummy you are getting some serious nutrients into those growing kids of yours.
Adjustments and Variations
If you wanted to make these Vegan you could swap the honey for agave and make an egg pl