Vegan banana pancakes

I’m always on the search to make dishes vegan but still delicious and healthy. Pancakes have been on my list for a long time but I haven’t been convinced by the recipes I’ve come across until I read this recipe on Swedish fitness blogger Ida Warg’s blog. It sounded very simple and with ingredients most people would already have at home. I don’t know about you but sometimes having to buy loads of new ingredients to create one dish can feel a bit off-putting. Especially something that you don’t make very often, like pancakes.

I had no expectation really when I made these but wow, they were delicious. They reminded me a bit of banana bread and boy do I love banana bread. I served them with fresh berries, coconut flakes, cacao nibs and Almight Foods Hazelnut Fuj (this spread is just meant to be on pancakes, it takes them to a whole new level). I did offer the option of peanut butter and cinnamon too but we didn’t even touch it because the combo of the other toppings was just perfect.

Now to the recipe, you can find the original here:

4 ripe bananas
600ml oats
1 tbsp coconut oil
3 tsp baking powder
200 ml oat milk (I’m sure any other nut milk would work well too)
A sprinkle of ground cardamom
A sprinkle of raw vanilla powder (I think vanilla extract could work too)
A pinch of salt (Himalayan pink salt is my go-to)

Blend the oats until flour consistency. Add the remaining ingredients to the blender and mix until smooth. Leave it to stand for ten minutes and then cook them in a pan with some coconut oil. Enjoy ❤

Thank you Ida Warg for creating such a delicious recipe. Emma and I were stuffed afterwards. This recipe I would say is for two very hungry people since we almost managed to eat all of them! We were stuffed afterwards.

Hope you love them as much as we did!

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