Oats & Banana Pancakes

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If you are looking for a healthy yet light breakfast, this Oats & Banana Pancakes recipe is for you. If you had a heavy dinner the night before & wish to cook something real quick, yet eat healthily, You will simply love this recipe. This one’s super easy to cook takes very little time, is healthy in calories & will give you a completely new perspective on how oats taste.

Oats & Banana Pancakes – From kitchen to the stomach in 20 minutes

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? Oats and Banana PanCakes ? If you are in mood for a light breakfast on a lazy weekend morning, especially after you have indulged the night before, you are going to love this recipe :). These pancakes are extremely light in all aspects, very easy to cook and make you satisfied. Plus, they take only 10 minutes to make. . Ingredients 1. Ripe Banana – 2 mid size – ? 2. Eggs – 2 full – ? 3. Instant Oats – 1/3 cup 4. Baking Powder – 1/2 TSP . Recipe – 1. Blend the bananas, eggs, Oats and Baking Powder together and make it into a batter 2. Make pancakes on your non-stick pan 3. Serve with some honey and fresh fruit . Calories: 208 Serves: 1 . Variations: 1. Add vanilla extract and/or cinamon to the batter 2. Grind some walnuts to make the batter 3. Add some peanut butter to make these a little heavier . . #oatspancakes #pancakessaturday #breakfasttime #healthybreakfast #foodstagram #breakfastideas #ilovebreakfast #foodpics #healthychoices #oatsandbanana #pancakesandcoffee #honeyanddates #foodgram #lowcaloriebreakfast #fitnesslifestsyle #punefitness #fitnessbloggers #proteinsandfats #eggsforbreakfast #eggssaturday #morningvibes #vegeterianfitness #veganmuscles #homemadebreakfast #recipesofinstagram

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  1.  Ripe Bananas – 2 of them, medium sized.
  2. Eggs – 2 full
  3. Instant oats – 1/3rd of a cup
  4. Baking Powder – 1/2 teaspoon


  1. Put the Bananas, Eggs, Instant Oats and baking powder into a blender and blend until the mixture is very fine in texture. Your batter is ready!
  2. Spray your non-stick pan with some oil & make your pancakes. I was able to make about 5 medium-sized pancakes with this batter.

Nutrition Information

While I have already written about 10 other recipes that you can make out of Oats here, Oats are rich in fiber, proteins & anti-oxidants. They are great for the heart, promote healthy digestion, and keep you full aiding in decreasing appetite and therefore losing weight too. An egg is a complete nutrition & Bananas, instant energy. Bananas are a fast-acting carbohydrate meaning, they raise the blood-sugar levels quickly and therefore supply more energy making this breakfast an ideal one to have after an hour of intense morning exercise.

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