Because pancake day is just around the corner, I’m bringing you the simple pancake recipe that I usually make (with pictures! Although it was dark outside so there wasn’t a lot of natural light).

The result 😉

It’s super simple and shouldn’t take long to throw together – plus the ingredients are healthy and they’ll be in your cupboard already!

1 cup oats

1/2 medium banana

1/2 cup milk of choice

Optional: 1 tbsp ground flax seed or other egg replacer


1. Blend all ingredients together.

2. Heat a non stick pan on med-high heat. Pour about 1 tbsp olive/coconut oil/oil of choice into the pan and use some kitchen towel to spread a thin layer and absorb the excess.

3. Pour the batter into the pan in 2-4 pancake shapes depending on the size of your frying pan (or just 1 if you want to make each one really big).

4. Wait until the edges turn a light golden brown colour and then flip with a spatula. The bottom side would be golden brown.

5. Cook on the other side for about a minute and then turn onto a plate and start again until the mixture is gone.

6. Toppings – maple syrup, I used almond butter and a tsp of molasses in the picture, peanut butter, agave syrup, cocoa powder mixed with maple syrup/agave….. anything you want. I also had a bowl of frozen berries but I didn’t take a picture of that!

7. Eat.


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