Oat Flour Banana Pancakes

easy, gluten free breakfast

Oat Flour Banana Pancakes
 
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Ryan GoodwinPublished on 36 days ago

I'm not a fan of pancakes. But I'm a fan of these. Instead of flour, they use chopped up oats. If you're anti-flour (and I can understand why that might be the case) this is a great breakfast option. You do need to wait about 20 minutes for the batter to hydrate, so that'll give you time to cook the bacon.

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What you will need

75 g rolled oats

2 bananas

2 eggs

½ tsp baking soda

Pinch of salt

Plenty of good maple syrup

How to cook

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In a blender or a food processor, chop the oats to a fine powder. 30 seconds should be plenty.

In a blender or a food processor, chop the oats to a fine powder. 30 seconds should be plenty.

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Toss the baking soda and salt right into the food processor with the oats.

Toss the baking soda and salt right into the food processor with the oats.

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Add the two eggs.

Add the two eggs.

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Pulse until the ingredients come together into a smooth batter. Let it sit for 20 minutes to hydrate. Expect the finished batter to look a little like steel cut oatmeal.

Pulse until the ingredients come together into a smooth batter. Let it sit for 20 minutes to hydrate. Expect the finished batter to look a little like steel cut oatmeal.

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I used coconut oil. It's a nice flavor with the bananas and it continues the theme here of random internet cooking fads.

I used coconut oil. It's a nice flavor with the bananas and it continues the theme here of random internet cooking fads.

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Pour a ladle full of batter into the hot pan. Not too hot though, these have a tendency to darken more easily than traditional pancakes.

Pour a ladle full of batter into the hot pan. Not too hot though, these have a tendency to darken more easily than traditional pancakes.

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I found these guys really difficult to flip. I would almost recommend doing 1 at a time.

I found these guys really difficult to flip. I would almost recommend doing 1 at a time.

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Once they're nicely browned on both sides, slide them out onto a warm plate.

Once they're nicely browned on both sides, slide them out onto a warm plate.

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Douse these in some nice maple syrup, maybe a few banana slices and get down.

Douse these in some nice maple syrup, maybe a few banana slices and get down.

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Mybicelle Villadolid9 days ago ☰
It's very nice and easy to prepare, I like it
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