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Banana Oat Greek Yogurt Pancakes 1/2 cup (150g) rolled oats 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 medium banana, sliced 2 large egg whites 1/4 cup (75g) plain Greek yogurt. Banana Oat Greek Yogurt Pancakes. Author. Gaurav Singh.

Date. July 11, 2020. Category.

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Twitter. Pinterest. WhatsApp. Living a healthy lifestyle is not. Place the egg, banana, oats, yogurt, cinnamon, and vanilla in your food processor or use an immersion blender.

Method Put the oat milk, egg yolks, banana, oats, baking powder and vanilla in a blender and process to as smooth a mixture as you can get. Cook the Greek Yogurt Pancakes Scoop 1/4 cup portions of the Greek Yogurt Pancake batter onto a greased skillet or griddle. Cook for 2-4 minutes per side over medium. These healthy pancakes are made with bananas, eggs, almond milk (or any milk), vanilla extract, gluten free old-fashioned rolled oats, baking powder, cinnamon and salt.

Banana Oatmeal Pancakes have become a staple in our home. These healthy pancakes are made with only 7 ingredients! They start off with hearty rolled oats, Silk Almond Milk, banana, eggs, egg whites, baking powder, salt, and a touch of REAL maple syrup. These pancakes can be made in 30 seconds in the blender.

If you want to use Greek yogurt for this recipe, whisk together 1 cup Greek yogurt and 1/4 cup milk, and use that in place of the plain yogurt. For added flavor and a touch of crunch, replace. This recipe is an upgraded version of my Banana Oatmeal Pancakes (an absolute favorite among readers). It’s ideal for times when you crave a classic, homey pancake with oatmeal but don’t have bananas on hand. In place of mashed banana, these wholesome oatmeal pancakes use Greek yogurt.

Banana Oatmeal Yogurt Pancakes. This recipe makes about 6 large pancakes. Combine in a high-power blender or food processor: 1 1/4 cups oats. heaping 1/2 cup Greek.

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  • Instant sub, awesome video and editing. Thank you so much for teaching us! I was looking for a good breakfast recipe and I’m going to try this tomorrow (: Love your blog too, wish I’ve found you sooner. 

  • Making pancakes without flour is a big mistake. I tried something similar to the first one, tasted like banana omelette as you’d expect.

  • Fantastic video
    Quick question: what can I use alternatively from Greek yogurt; could I use like normal yogurt, do I need to add yogurt at all?

    And also any alternative to cinnamon?

    Thank you

  • Oooh I’m gonna have to try this for breakfast… starting to eat healthy and work out. I am already healthy and im not over or under weight, just want to get some shape to my body before summer is over and all the holidays come up haha. I am going to use plain Greek yogurt, a little honey, banana, and 2 egg whites…. hope it is good! I know my dad used to make pancakes with banana and he loved them so I’m hoping they are as good as he said they are

  • I don’t like yogurt, but just made these hoping I would like them and I love them!! Greek Yogurt is healthy for you so I’m glad I’m able to incorporate this in my meals. Thanks for sharing and the video helped as well.

  • can i replace greek yogurt with just natural yogurt and possible reduce the number of eggs to just 1 in order to compensate for the added moisture?

  • Great to see your channel grow so much, I remember when you started it!

    These look great! Where did you get your huge tub of total? Looks bigger than 500g

  • Total Greek Yogurt is so expencive here in The Netherlands. It’s €3,00 voor 500g. I got a different brand (Katharos) which is also 0% fat and that costs me €0,99 for 500g.

    And you use a non-stick pan cause it won’t stick but you also use enough oil? What is the use of the non-stick pan? #confused 😉

  • I did it today. Gonna do it again soon, it was delicious. ��
    I only chose yogurt with coconut flavor instead of with peaches and it was yummy.

  • Hi Nic, can I ask you what type of camcorder are you using? I am looking for one to make videos as well but have no idea which one to buy. Thanks.
    PS will try your recipe!

  • Great recipe!! The pancakes turned out great but Chobani use milk with GMO so I used Wallaby yogurt instead ( organic and great texture)

  • You have to go to grandmas house to get the fancy pancakes ma does waffles…with frozen fruit and sugar syrup whipped cream to swear to god the food club pancake mix just put two tablespoons of oil makes the fluffiest waffles..

  • Simplest  recipe for High Protein Greek Yogurt pancakes I’ve found yet! Kick it up a notch with a handful of pecan pieces and Boom! 😉

  • Tips 4 the banana one
    1. Use one egg instead of 2. 2 makes it watery
    2. Add 2 handfuls of flour to make it t h I c c
    3. Don’t get upset if the first few flop. Keep trying and you will get there, your problem might be you’re flipping to fast or hard.
    4. The inside is not under cooked, it’s the banana. Once the top and bottom have good browning, you’re good to go ��

    Opinion: they’re great for breakfast,I added a little to much syrup though. Next time I’m just eating them plain ��

  • Thanks for sharing! I didn’t have milk, so yogurt worked out well. I just made these with corn flour & home made yogurt, they came out thin but good, they tasted a little eggy I think they needs some vanilla extract with the mix,

  • I did this with all the right measurements and at the end the baking soda completely overpowered it all I think my baking soda went bad��

  • I’ve made these before from your site and they are delicious:) Coconut oil is the best for pancakes I find as well it doesn’t burn halfway through cooking like some others do

  • I just tried the bananas pancakes and they didnt come out round like a pancake but more scrambled. But still tasty! Can anyone tell me what on earth did I do wrong? This was the easiest recipe in this tutorial.

  • Evry one went on and on abt the stirring. She used one hand omg. xD Thnx for the upload. I just noticed I ran out of milk but have some vanilla yogurt.

  • Great recipe!!! I love it.. Just want to adress the problem with Face yogurt that is made with GMO milk.. I substituted it with any organic yogurt

  • Hi nic, can i make these with a scoop of protein powder or will i have to adjust the measurements of the other ingredients, thank you.

  • The banana and egg one will always be a winner for me. Who knew you can make pancakes out of 2 ingredients. No additives and still sweet yass

  • Well you all should stop complaining about these pancakes healthiness. These are perfectly ok, and if not then we’ll your metabolism sucks. I eat stuff like this all the time and I probably have a fitter more defined body then you

  • Son las 3 de la mañana, tengo que estudiar, me faltan 6 hiras para acabar el fasting y ni si supiera cocinar podria cocinar algo porque eatan durmiendo, que chucha hago aqui

  • I like all of these choices and im going to try them all. And for those worried about the syrup remember they have sugar free and other syrup alternatives. You can also add honey which is a healthy alternative in itself. ����

  • i definitely plan on trying this. funny enough, as much as i appreciate learning this recipe, my favorite thing about the video is the music:)

  • We dont use maple syrup though always had eggos or store brand waffles at home as a kid and the not real maple syrup I used one bag of frozen berries and some sugar boil it into a syrup for the waffles

  • I’ve no idea where I went wrong with these. Ended up having to add a bit of almond milk to make the mixture runnier. It was too thick and lumpy and just stuck to the pan. I used the exact ingredients minus the vanilla??:/

  • I love �� pancakes �� they are so delicious �� in the mornings I eat cereal �� with my pancakes �� and I put lots of syrup on it that makes it delicious �� and I drink orange �� juice with it

  • Interested that you used Xylitol! I have started using Erythritol in recipes and love it. Have you tried it?? Pancakes look yummy, Nic! Regan

  • I really liked this recipe, it was so delicious!
    I used 10% fat greek yoghurt without anything added like fruits o.s. (I think I’ll try it with 5% fat next time, I didn’t had one at home) and put honey for a bit sweetness in it. I didn’t put that much honey in because I’m not the biggest fan of a strong honey taste but in my opinion it was enough sweetness but it depends on your personal opinion how much sweetness you want to have.

    I’ll definitly make these again!

  • Pancakes are so versatile.. My kid does not like pear… But she eats them without knowing it, in her pancakes… Same for sweet potatoes. I boil them, smash them and put in in pancakes… Tasty! (you may add oats)