• Nupur Bhattacharya

Eggless Oats Pancakes/Oats Pancake without egg/Healthy pancake recipe/Healthy recipe for weight loss


These Healthy Oats Pancakes soft and fluffy! You can top it with honey/pancake syrup/Nutella fruits etc. I will also share a savory oats pancake version that is topped with cheese! Blend ingredients together and make your healthy pancake breakfast in no time! But wait, to make your breakfast prep even faster, I will show you how to make a powdered Pancake Mix that you can store indefinitely! In this video I also share several tips on how you can store the pancake batter etc. Hope you find it helpful.


Yield: 5-6 pancakes


Method

Sweet Pancakes (with baking soda)

  • Add one cup of rolled oats or instant oats to a blender jar.

  • Add one teaspoon of sugar, a pinch of salt, half a teaspoon of vanilla extract, half a teaspoon of baking soda, 3/4 cup of milk (the milk can be right out of the fridge you don't have to warm it)

  • Blend that to a smooth paste

  • Rest this for 10 minutes to get to the right consistency

  • Set a pan on medium heat, add some of the pancake mix, add a little oil (or melted butter is even better) and let it turn golden brown on both sides. It should take approximately two minutes per side

  • Drizzle honey or or maple syrup or slather with nutella!

Sweet Pancakes with Eno

  • Add 1 cup of oats to the blender jar, 1 teaspoon of sugar, a pinch of salt, half a teaspoon of vanilla extract, 3/4 cup of milk, and instead of baking soda and vinegar we'll add eno (an ingredient that we almost always have at home right!)

  • For one cup of oats, you just need a quarter teaspoon of eno

  • Blend that to a smooth paste and let that rest for 10 minutes

  • Set a pan on medium heat, add some of the pancake mix, add a little oil (or melted butter is even better) and let it turn golden brown on both sides. It should take approximately two minutes per side

  • Drizzle honey or or maple syrup or slather with nutella!


Savory Cheese Pancakes

  • To one cup of oats in a blender jar, add a quarter teaspoon of salt, some pepper to taste, half a teaspoon of baking soda, 3/4 cup of milk, and half a teaspoon of vinegar or you can do the eno version (as mentioned above), without the baking soda and vinegar whatever you like!

  • Blend that to a smooth paste and let that rest for 10 minutes

  • Set a pan on medium heat, add some of the pancake mix, add a little oil (or melted butter is even better) and let it turn golden brown on both sides. It should take approximately two minutes per side

  • Once both sides are golden brown, cover it with your favorite cheese, then turn off the heat and place the lid on till the cheese melts.

  • Some of you may wonder can you use baking powder instead of baking soda and the answer is yes, if you're using baking powder for one cup of oats use one teaspoon of baking powder and there is no need to add vinegar. But let me tell you that baking soda and vinegar makes your pancakes more fluffy than using baking powder alone and from my trial rounds eno made the fluffiest pancakes!

  • Another question you may have is whether you can refrigerate the wet pancake mix. The answer is yes you can but what you should do is make the bulk pancake mix then take out as much as you need that day and then add baking soda and vinegar or eno to it. Don't add baking soda and vinegar to the entire pancake mix and then refrigerate it because it may lose aeration. The wet pancake mix can be refrigerated for a week or two.

  • Another thing you can do is if one morning you feel like making like tons of pancakes just make them and freeze it and whenever you need your pancakes you can warm it up in the microwave and eat it!

Dry Pancake Mix

  • To make your breakfast prep even easier let's make a dry pancake mix

  • Fill your blender jar with as much oats as possible

  • Make sure to measure the number of cups

  • Add half a teaspoon of baking soda or 1/4 teaspoon of eno per cup of oats

  • Grind this to a fine powder. You can store this mix in an airtight container.

  • As and when you wants pancakes, take some of the mix out in a bowl, add the rest of the ingredients (as mentioned above) and make pancakes!


  • Sometimes when the pancake mix is sitting around for a while it can get a little thick see it's taking a lot longer to pour out so in this case what you do is either spread it with a spoon or you can thin out the batter with a little bit milk or water!



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