Apple spice oatmeal pancakes made right in the blender! These fluffy healthy pancakes are naturally gluten free, dairy free and contain no flour or added sugar; which means that they are also perfect for kids. This is one of my most favorite breakfasts to whip up in a pinch!!
The best part about quarantine is that no one is really in that big of a rush anymore. Because my husband isn’t rushing out the door to head to the office, I am able to spend a few more minutes in the kitchen making breakfast for the family. We put the frozen waffles on pancakes on hold for the foreseeable future, in lieu of the freshly made ones. And this recipe comes together so quick, you may never go back to frozen ever again.
These pancakes are made with gluten free rolled oats, banana, apple, almond milk (or non-dairy milk of choice), cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla extract, baking powder, and coconut oil. Look ma, fluffy pancakes with no eggs required! And no added sweetener! One banana sweetens the entire recipe, so it will definitely leave you feeling good!
You guys, it couldn’t be any easier. This batter comes together in the blender in about 30 seconds. I like to let the batter sit for a minute or so to thicken.
Add coconut oil to a non stick pan (not that you asked, but my favorite non-stick pan is the Always Pan from Our Place). Heat the pan over medium heat, making sure that the pan isn’t TOO hot, or the pancakes can burn. Add the batter to the pan, about 1/2 cup at a time. Because I like making big pancakes, I usually make one at a time. If you are in a rush or like smaller pancakes, use less batter and you can probably fit 2-3 in the pan.
Cook for about 2 minutes or until you see little bubbles appear. Then flip to the other side and cook for another minute.
Repeat until all the batter is gone!
Add any toppings of choice. I always go with extra sautéed apples and maple syrup!
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