Healthy pancakes without bananas


Ahhh. It’s morning, the coffee brewer is on and you can smell the freshly brewed mocha. The sun is beaming in from the window and it’s time to make your favourite breakfast; banana pancakes. But wait. You don’t have any bananas. Oh dear! Fear not – I’ve got you =)

They’re high in fibres so remember to drink lots of water with them.

Healthy pancakes – no bananas

I love pancakes. Especially for breakfast. I usually make them with bananas and eggs, but today I didn’t have any bananas. Oh well, challenge accepted. I made these with coconut flour, oats, ground almonds and they’re delicious. 

  • 50 g oats (organic)
  • 15 g coconut flour
  • 15 g ground almonds
  • 1 tbp baking powder
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 dl milk (your preferred one. I used oat)
  • 1 pinch salt
  1. Weight out all the dry ingredient and mix. 

  2. Add the egg and mix well. 

  3. Then add the milk and stir until you have a half liquid/half solid batter.

  4. Heat up a pan with some coconut oil and pour the batter into small pancakes. Approx 2 tbsp batter per pancake.

  5. Bake 2-4 minutes each side – or until golden brown where it slips the pan easily.  

  6. Serve with maple syrup/agave nectar and fresh fruit. I used blood orange and maple syrup baked pineapple. (these exotic fruits works very well with the coconut flavour in the pancakes) Yuuuuum


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