This blender oatmeal pancake recipe is as easy as it sounds. All the ingredients are put in the blender and from there to the pan, then to the plate. These vegan oatmeal pancakes are a marvel in taste, nutrition, and method.
Are oatmeal pancakes good for you ?
I know that having oatmeal or any other type of stew for breakfast every day can be boring and even tiring. But the truth is that oatmeal is wonderful for your body, especially for people who do sports, where it has many benefits. When I was training to run races or marathons, my coach always said that a good bowl of oatmeal is a CHAMPIONS BREAKFAST.
That’s why breakfast stuck with me and I give my children super oatmeal. Oatmeal has fiber, minerals, is rich in antioxidants, and provides a lot of energy. That is why I tell my children that he who does not eat breakfast does not learn. Now that our children are starting school again, it is super important that they have a super good breakfast.
Why you will love these oatmeal pancakes
- EVERYONE has a super rich, mega nutritious breakfast
- You can make several recipes to freeze or have ready in the refrigerator.
- Everything is done in a blender without the need to dirty extra bowls.
- Quick to make
- You can adapt the recipe with fruit, sweetener, nuts, etc.
🖐In Mexico, we call this breakfast hotcakes, but they are also known as pancakes, panqueques, and tortitas
Ingredients to make oatmeal pancakes
- Pear, apple, pumpkin, orange or banana puree
- Oat flakes
- Baking powder
- Cinnamon or another spice
- Coconut sugar or maple syrup
- Oil or vegan butter
- Maple honey, brown sugar honey, chia jam for serving
How to make perfect oatmeal pancakes
- First step is to heat the pan or comal where you are going to make them. I like to preheat so they can be made quickly
- Second step is to put all the ingredients in the blender and turn it on until you have a homogeneous and easy mixture to make vegan pancakes.
- Third step is to make the pancakes. You can do this using either oil or vegan butter while letting them brown on each side.
- The last step is to serve them and finish them with what you like most, whatever that may be. Personally I like mine with honey, butter, or even almond butter.
Other Breakfast and lunch ideas for the kids
- For lunch I also love to send them burritos or fried rice
- Other times I like to send them tomato soup and a grilled cheese (I use daiya cheese (affiliate link) or violife (affiliate link)).
- There are also days when I send them salad or fruits, cucumber and jicama with homemade chamoy.
- Green juice, carrot juice and smoothies are great ways to start their days.
- Oatmeal pancakes with coconut or cashew yogurt. You can also serve the pancakes with almond butter or chia jam.
- Bowl of oatmeal for breakfast
So here is the recipe for these
and I hope you like them. If you do, please share the recipe and the blog. And please, do not forget to post a picture of your creation on Instagram with @piloncilloyvainilla so I can see what you did and share it with this fantastic community. You could also share on FB or save it for later on Pinterest.
Rolled oats pancakes
- ¾ cup pear puree apple puree or mashed ripe banana
- 1 ½ cup rolled oat
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1 tablespoon ground cinnamon
- 3 tablespoons maple syrup or coconut sugar
- ¾ cup water
- vegan butter or oil
- maple syrup for serving
- Put pear puree, rolled oats, baking powder, cinnamon, maple syrup and water in a blender jar. Blend until everything is well integrated.Heat a griddle or skillet, oil lightly and pour pancake mix onto the griddle or skillet. Repeat until done.Serve with maple syrup, fruit and/or chopped nuts.
Nutritional information of this recipe is only an estimate, the accuracy for any recipe on this site is not guaranteed.