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I decided I wanted to make some Oat Banana Blueberry Pancakes from the Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook, but those were vegan and I only had buttermilk. Plus, buttermilk pancakes sounded fantastic. So I modified the recipe and all I can say is YUM. These are so many levels of delicious. As always, the oat and banana go great together. The coconut oil and buttermilk add depth and a more complex flavor. I enjoyed them plain and with blueberries, but they can also be made with any other pancake mix-in you enjoy. These clean and healthy pancakes are sweet, rich, moist, chewy, and awesome. If you want, serve with maple syrup or nut butter, but I liked them best just on their own.
These pancakes cook up very similar to normal wheat pancakes, as far as what to look for when flipping. I would recommend cooking them in a cast iron pan. I tried a stainless steel pan with coconut oil, but it turned out like this:
But let’s just pretend all my pancakes turned out beautifully like the ones in that first picture. Deal? Deal.
Oat Banana Pancakes
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