Vegan Pancakes

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These pancakes are perfect for everyone, doesn’t matter if you’re Vegan or not, they are just THAT good! And the best thing is that they are made up of simple ingredients such as oats, chia seeds and banana! We recommend everyone give these a go; moist, delicious and great to share (or not).

1 1/2 Cup Ground Gluten-Free Oats
1 Mashed Banana
1 Cup Almond Milk (Unsweetened) OR milk of choice
1 Tbsp Vanilla Agave (Or alternative)
1 Tsp Vanilla Extract
1 Chia ‘Egg’*
1 Tsp Baking powder

*To make a Chia ‘Egg’ mix 1 tbsp chia seeds with 3 tbsp water. This makes 1 ‘egg’.

Vanilla Agave Syrup to drizzle (optional)

Chia eggs are made by mixing chia seeds and water to form a jelly like substance much like eggs. Chia seeds tend to soak up moisture, which is why they are great as egg substitutes, for puddings or even in jam. Not to mention the added benefits that they have: they are high in fiber, protein and omega-3 fatty acids as well as containing other vitamins and minerals.



First make the chia egg in a bowl or cup and leave it set for several minutes.

Add the remainder of the ingredients into a blender, pour chia egg last and blitz everything together.

Prepare a non-stick pan with a dab of coconut oil or coconut oil spray (We used the latter) and turn hob heat onto medium, which is approximately 4 (of 6) on ours.

Start by pouring a spoonful of batter with a tablespoon and cook for several minutes. Then, flip over gently using a spatula and let cook for another several minutes.

Note: We had to use our fingers with these, mainly to make sure they wouldn’t break when flipping over.

Repeat until all batter has been used.

Then, drizzle your favourite sauce, fruit or even nut butter and enjoy these delicately moist and delicious pancakes!


Recipe yielded 10 pancakes.

Nutritional Info: (per pancake)

71 Cals | 1.4F | 12.9C | 1.7P


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