Pancake Stacks


I know, I know, it’s all a bit cliché doing a pancake recipe post this week, but despite loving and regularly indulging in my slightly adapted version of the two-ingredient pancake (made popular by the health and foodie bloggers), I realised I've never posted a pancake recipe on my blog so what better time to publish one; apologies if this is your fourth or fifth pancake recipe blog post you've stumbled upon, but mine is making its début on Forcailini this week.

With eggs, banana and oats as the only ingredients, I hope you enjoy this delicious, easy and nutritious pancake recipe. There’s always a place for the traditional pancakes as part of a healthy lifestyle, and no doubt I’ll be having them too this week, but as a nutritionist, I feel quite smug when I whip these bad boys up from time to time!

How do you like yours?

WHAT I USED (serves 1)

2 eggs

1 ripe banana

3 teaspoons of oats

A little oil for frying

Your choice of toppings



*Blend all the ingredients to a smooth batter mix

*Heat a little oil in a frying pan over a medium heat, and drop roughly 2-3 tablespoons of the batter into the pan;  it should sizzle immediately, if not, turn up the heat. Depending on the size of your pan, you may be able to make 3-4 at a time - keeping them small makes them easier to flip. 

*Allow to cook for approximately 1 minute before flipping on to the other side

*Serve your pancakes as a stack (you don't have to) and add your favourite toppings; I used berries and Sweet Freedom's fruit syrup