Oatmeal Banana Blender Pancakes

oatmeal banana pancakes with walnuts and syrup

Here is another classic pancake flavor with oatmeal and bananas for those looking for a healthier version of these breakfast favorites.

This super simple recipe can be prepared in a blender and it provides extra protein and fiber (great for gut health!) compared to regular pancakes.

banana pancakes sitting in a plate

This version is also flourless so you can make them gluten free too – all you need is a gluten-free oat version like Bob’s Red Mill Rolled Oats.

You can also use dairy-free milk instead of regular milk to get rid of dairy too.

Experiment with various plant-based milks – such as coconut, hazelnut or even cashew – for an extra flavor twist. I use a small amount of Greek yogurt for extra fluff but this can be left out.

How to Make Oatmeal Banana Pancakes

Let’s look at the easy steps to follow if you wanna surprise the kids with these easy pancakes in the morning.


  • 2 1/2 cups rolled oats can be gluten-free
  • 1 cup milk can also use unsweetened almond, hazelnut or cashew milk
  • 2 tbsp Greek yogurt can leave it out for dairy-free version
  • 2 large eggs
  • 2 medium bananas or 1 very large one
  • 1 tbsp baking powder
  • 1 tbsp baking soda
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 1 tbsp vanilla extract
  • 2 tbsp ground cinnamon
  • chopped walnuts


Step 1

Decide if you wanna make the pancakes free-from anything – again, gluten free and/or dairy free versions can easily be made. For a protein-rich option, replace ½ cup of oatmeal with whey protein powder. Collect the ingredients accordingly.

delicious banana pancakes with syrup

Step 2

Blend all the dry ingredients - oats, salt, cinnamon, baking powder and baking soda – in a mixing bowl. Make sure they are evenly mixed.

Step 3

Put all the other ingredients into a Vitamix blender and blend until smooth. Add the dry mix and keep blending until the oats are broken into small pieces.

Step 4

Prepare your pancake griddle by spraying it with oil or adding a little grass-fed butter to the middle. Heat it up to medium heat.

banana pancakes with toppings and syrup

Step 5

I like to use an ice cream scoop for the batter, but you can also use one of your measuring cups to scoop an even amount of batter onto the pan.

Flatten it to make sure it's evenly spread. Repeat the process for multiple pancakes if you have enough room on your griddle for more than one.

Step 6

Cook the pancakes until you see bubbles forming on the top. Flip them over and cook the other side until evenly brown.

blended banana oatmeal pancakes with syrup

Step 7

Serve while still hot. This particular pancake goes very well with maple syrup and chopped walnuts. Use banana slices too if you have some more.

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