Healthy Banana Oat Pancakes

This delicious breakfast can be dressed up or dressed down to make it healthier or less healthy, depending on what you’re looking for, so I have shown bonus ingredients that I sometimes add when I want to cheat a little πŸ˜‰


  • 2 ripe bananas
  • 1 egg
  • 1 cup oats
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
  • Bonus: Chocolate Chips, Peanut Butter, Protein Powder
  • Optional Toppings: syrup, fruit, whipped cream



Mash bananas in bowl with fork. Add egg and oats, and mix well.


Add tsp vanilla extract (and chocolate chips if you want a less healthy but chocolate-y alternative)


Scoop “batter” into non-stick (or greased) pan at medium heat.Β Flip sides.


For this variation, I sprayed whipped cream and drizzled maple syrup over the completed pancakes. For a healthier version, you can top with banana slices, strawberry, blueberry, etc.


This is one of my favorite breakfasts because I can satisfy my sweet craving while still sticking to a healthy lifestyle.Β It’s so quick and easy to make. Thank you so much for reading, and comment if you have any healthy pancake recipes!



93 thoughts on “Healthy Banana Oat Pancakes”

  1. Yummmy making me crave this right now it’s so similar to the way I make my healthy pancakes love it❀️ do check out my new blog post and let me know what you think would love that

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      1. At the moment, as I just finish the poem for my youngest daughter’s birthday that has just past, I am thinking a swirl of cinnamon and maybe a little caramel. While holding the peanut butter for the sake of my oldest. Last pancakes made went over really well – macadamia nut and banana with flecks of chocolate.

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    1. I’ve tried mixing them in the blender, but my personal blender struggled with the oats, probably time for a new blender haha but baking powder is a great idea for fluffier pancakes!


  2. Hi! I like your page. I think we have similar interests. Yup I did a less chunkier version of this pancake without the chips. I will try this though. Looks delicious

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  3. Looks like a nice recipe that offers plenty of healthy options if chosen. Fast, good tasting with quality carbs (oats) and protein/fat (egg.) Throwing some vanilla whey protein into the batter would also add a nice touch.

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