Oatmeal, banana and cocoa pancakes

Oatmeal, banana and cocoa pancakes

Now that the quarantine allows us all to enjoy a quiet breakfast at homeWhy not make some pancakes? At home we use them on the weekend, when we have more time to cook, but now any time is a good time to make them! Are you up for it? Everyone can participate, even the smallest.

These oatmeal, banana and cocoa pancakes they are very simple; a great alternative for all those who have never done one to cheer up. They are also very healthy; We have added a teaspoon of sugar but you can do without it. When the banana is ripe enough, its sweetness is enough not to miss it.

Do you have kids at home? If so, they can also participate in the preparation of this breakfast. Take care of the dough and make the pancakes in the pan and let them take care of decorating them. A few pieces of fruit, a cream of nuts, a little cinnamon or some dark chocolate chips can become a great accompaniment.

Oatmeal, banana and cocoa pancakes
The oatmeal, banana and cocoa pancakes are ideal to vary our breakfast. Easy to make and healthy, they will not take you more than 20 minutes.
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Recipe type: Breakfast
Rations: 2
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Ingredients
  • 30 g. oat flakes
  • 1 ripe banana
  • ½ generous teaspoon of pure cocoa
  • ½ teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon sugar (you can omit it)
  • Almond vegetable drink
  • 1 knob of butter
  • Grilled banana slices and honey to decorate
Preparation
  1. With a blender glass Place the oat flakes, the mashed banana, the cocoa and the cinnamon.
  2. We beat up achieve a homogeneous dough and we add almond drink, if necessary, until we achieve the texture like that of a thick puree. In my experience, 1 to 3 tablespoons of milk are usually necessary.
  3. Let rest the dough in the fridge while we make the grilled banana.
  4. Then we spread the same nonstick skillet with a little butter and when it is hot we pour a saucepan of the dough in the center.
  5. We cook the pancake over medium heat until the base is lightly browned and some bubbles come out of the dough. So, we turn it over with a spatula and cook on the other side. It is normal that the first one does not go completely well, but you will get the hang of it.
  6. We turn the pan on a plate and repeat the previous steps until we finish with the dough, piling up the pancakes that we are making to keep them warm.
  7. We serve with grilled banana and honey.

 


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