Pancake lovers! Are you looking for a Dairy-Free, Egg-Free, Vegan blender pancake recipe? Do you want them to be ready in less than 15 minutes? Get ready for my amazing Vegan Banana Blender Pancakes!
This recipe is exactly what you are looking for. Only FIVE ingredients will form delicious fluffy pancakes in TWO steps. Mix the banana, almond milk, vanilla, oat, and baking powder in a blender. Pour them in the skillet.
Boom! Heavenly pancakes are ready for you to share with your family and dear ones.
Vegan Banana Blender Pancakes
Vegan Banana Blender Pancakes are a guilt free food. Surprisingly, you can eat these pancakes and feel good about it. These dairy free, egg free, and naturally gluten free pancakes are absolutely indulgent!
You can top them with honey or maple syrup! You can have them with a glass of almond milk.
You should try these pancakes because they are hassle free! Simply, add all the ingredients to the blender. Then, pour them out onto your skillet! No bowls or spoons needed.
Bananas for Vegan Blender Pancakes!
You might be wondering why I have chosen the banana as a main ingredient for these pancakes. Well, let me tell you why!
The banana has an eggy-like texture when mashed. So, it binds the batter together. Bananas are the best substitute for eggs especially in vegan blender pancakes.
In addition, bananas have a subtle sweet flavor. So, you will enjoy the flavor of banana mixed with honey, maple syrup, or whatever toppings that you add.
Vegan Banana Blender Pancakes Any Time of the Day!
Try the vegan banana blender pancakes for a special breakfast. They are also suitable for a brunch. These fluffy pancakes are wonderful for a late night meal with your favorite toppings. They are super easy and gets ready in no time.
Are you craving for something sweet and fluffy at the end of a hectic day? These wonderful pancakes are the answer. Drizzle some honey on top. Enjoy with strawberry, mango, and kiwi. Heavenly!
Vegan Banana Blender Pancakes! What a Healthy Delish!
Vegan Banana Blender Pancakes are not only healthy, but so good and satisfying! This recipe offers you healthy ingredients that you won’t feel guilty about eating or feeding to your family or little ones.
Oats in these delicious pancakes are very filling. They contain a high amount of fiber and protein to keep you full and healthy. I always prefer organic oats that I grab from Whole Foods.
These pancakes need require no oil, and no butter. So, it is a great choice if you are carving out some calories of your diet. This recipe is a healthy alternative for ordinary pancakes packed with flour and oil.
The ingredients are very healthy with high amount of protein and fiber for satiety. If you want to boost this meal, serve some Satisfying Fruit Salad next to the amazing vegan banana blender pancakes.
I add honey and, oh my goodness, how much I love and appreciate honey. Honey is like candy to me, literally, and my kids absolutely love it as much as I do. Honey is packed with antioxidants and considered “less bad” for diabetics than sugar, but always check with you doctor before consuming honey if you are diabetic.
How to Store Blender Pancakes
If you decide to freeze them, you can take them out to thaw for about 5-10 minutes. Then, heat by placing on a hot skillet on low heat or you can microwave them.
I always prefer to reheat them over stovetop since it is healthier but, hey, sometimes we need a quick solution. Reheating is so easy and your meal is quickly ready. This is perfect for your busy schedule.
What to Love about the Dairy-Free Egg-Free Blender Pancakes
Vegan Banana Blender Pancakes are kid friendly. Your kids will love them with their preferable toppings. Whether they add honey, maple syrup, or fruits, they will thank you for being a wonderful Mommy Chef!
Your kids are bored of sandwiches to school. Why not to send some pancakes instead? Pour a smaller circle of batter in the skillet. Wait until they cool down, then set them in your kid’s lunch box. You can get creative and pour into fun molds!
If one of your family is lactose intolerant or allergic to dairy products, these dairy-free pancakes are amazing. They are also perfect for a vegan diet, or gluten-free diet.
Do you want something healthy for snack at work? Make a batch of small size pancakes and set them in a container. Chop your favorite fruits and keep them in another container. They are just adorable! Your workmates will want some.
Do you want to take these pancakes to the next level? I advise you to make some Easy Three Ingredient Caramel Sauce! and drizzle them over your plate. Then, prepare a glass of Mango Banana Smoothie . Sit in your favorite spot with you favorite music on. Enjoy!
Is your Batter too thin? Is It Too Thick? You can fix it!
It is good to note that when you first blend the ingredients, you may have a loose consistency. However, if you leave it for 5 minutes to rest, you will notice that the mixture will be thicker.
These pancakes are dense and fluffy. If you prefer them a little more dense and fluffy, I recommend you add another 1-2 tablespoons of oats. Thicker consistency will make thicker fluffier pancakes.
On the other hand, if you want them thinner, just add around half a cup of dairy free milk. You will get a slightly looser consistency.
Tips To Get the Best Vegan Blender Pancakes
- If you flip the pancake too soon, it will fall apart. If you flip it too often, it will lose the fluffy texture. So, flip each pancake once after the first side is entirely cooked.
- Also, you have to be sure that the skillet has completely heated up before your start pouring the batter. Do not forget to lower the heat so the inside of the pancake gets cooked. You want them to cook properly without burning the outside.
- When choosing the banana for this recipe, choose ripe ones. They will give an extra subtle sweetness to the pancake.
- For a nutty pancake, toast some almond or pecans. Grind or chop them finely. Add some to the batter.
Frequently Asked Questions
After you pour the batter, bubbles will appear and begin to break. When all the pancake has broken bubbles with dry top, flip the pancake. You can also lift it up slightly to check if the downside has a brownish color.
Even if you mashed the banana first, do not use the hand mixer. The vegan pancake will not come out right. You will probably end up with a lumpy batter. So, it is better to use a blender.
After blending the ingredients, the batter should pour easily, but it should no be runny.
Burned pancakes means that they were cooked at high temperature. Make sure to set it on low heat after the skillet is hot enough.
Vegan Banana Blender Pancakes
- Large bananas
- Almond milk
- Old fashioned oats
- Baking powder
- Vanilla extract
First, place bananas, oat, milk, baking powder, and vanilla in a blender.
Meanwhile heat a large skillet on high heat for about four minutes, then lower to low heat.
Use a ladle to spoon some batter onto the pan. Flip after a few minutes, then place on a lined plate with paper towel.
Once cooled, enjoy with honey, fruit and take it up a notch by adding your favorite whipping cream. You can keep it dairy free by adding coconut whipping cream!
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Vegan Banana Blender Pancakes
- 2 large bananas
- 1½ cup almond milk
- 2½ cups old fashioned oats
- 1 tablespoon baking power
- 1½ teaspoons pure vanilla extract
- Place all ingredients in a blender and mix.
- Meanwhile, heat a large skillet on high heat for about four minutes, then lower to low heat.
- Use a ladle to spoon some batter onto the pan. Flip after a few minutes, then place on a lined plate with a paper towel.
- Once cooled, enjoy with honey, fruit and take it up a notch by adding your favorite whipping cream. You can keep it dairy-free by adding coconut whipping cream!