Oat and Banana Pancakes

Oat and Banana Pancakes

This recipe has originally come from “in the mix 2” by Dani Valent, I have changed a couple of the ingredients around to make it more food intolerance friendly, it is a Thermomix recipe, and I did trial it in the Thermomix but have given instructions below as to how I would make them without a Thermomix. They are also delicious cold, taste a little like banana cake.

 

You will need;

 

150 grams of oats

150 grams of wholemeal spelt flour

2 teaspoons of baking powder

400 grams of a2 milk*

50 grams of coconut oil

2 eggs

30 grams of brown sugar

pinch of cinnamon

pinch of sea salt flakes

20 grams of shredded coconut

seeds of ½ a vanilla bean

2 bananas

 

Here are the instructions if you are going to use the Thermomix;

 

Place 100 grams of oats, flour and baking powder into bowl and blitz for 5 seconds speed 8, set aside, place milk and coconut butter in bowl and melt for three minutes/60 degrees/speed 2. Add the flour mix back into bowl with rest of the oats, eggs, brown sugar, cinnamon, salt, shredded coconut, and vanilla seeds, mix for 20 seconds/speed 4. Pour mixture into bowl and set aside for twenty minutes in the fridge, place the peeled bananas into the Thermomix for approximately five seconds on speed 3 or until mashed, thenadd into the refrigerated mix and cook as you would normal pancakes using coconut oil.

 

This is how I would make them without a Thermomix;

 

Place 100 grams of oats, flour and baking powder into bowl and mix with a wooden spoon, set aside, place milk and coconut butter in a saucepan and gently heat until coconut butter has melted and mixture is warm. Combine the flour mix with the milk mix, add the rest of the oats, eggs, brown sugar, cinnamon, salt, shredded coconut, and vanilla seeds and mix. Set aside for twenty minutes in the fridge, mash the bananas then add into the refrigerated mix and cook as you would normal pancakes using coconut oil.

 

*this recipe was trialed using a2 milk, but any other milk can be used in its place such as rice, almond or soy