easy vegan oatmeal pancakes no egg no banana

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The Easiest Vegan Oatmeal Pancakes (no eggs, no milk, no banana)

In this article you will find The Easiest Vegan Oatmeal Pancakes. It is so easy your kids could make it and so cheap there is no reason to not make these a part of your weekly meal plan!

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If you want to start your day with a healthy breakfast, then you’ll love this oatmeal pancake recipe! Just add some berries and maple syrup and you have a super easy weekend breakfast!

In fact, I make this recipe every Sunday morning for my husband and three girls.

With only 5, really cheap, ingredients, and the fact that everyone loves them; it’s a no-brainer, and one less meal I have to plan each week!

Keep reading to find which 5 cheap ingredients you need to make these.

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How to Make the Best Oatmeal Pancakes

Alright, so I may be a little biased when I say they are the best, but what can I say! They are so simple I’ve started having my 7 year old learn how to make them.

Plus, they don’t have bananas as an ingredient. As much as myself and girls love bananas, my husband hates them and won’t eat anything with bananas in them, except for my banana bread.

You’ll want to start this recipe by gathering all the ingredients.

Then grab a pan and set it on the stove to medium heat.

We want the pan to be hot before we place any batter on it. I know from experience that it’s a lot easier to heat the pan up while making pancake batter, rather than trying to be patient, failing, and then having the first couple pancakes fail because the pan wasn’t fully heated!

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Make the Oat Flour Pancakes Batter

Next, mix together all of the dry ingredients; oat flour, baking powder, and sugar.

Then add the applesauce and water; mix well til there are no lumps.

Pour about a quarter cup of the batter onto the pan and cook til there are bubbles at the top.

Once there are bubbles at the top of the pancake, flip and let cook on the other side.

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You’ll know that the second side is done cooking when the edges of the pancake at the bottom are golden. In fact, I just showed my 7 year old how to tell it’s done while we were cooking them this morning!

Now, repeat til there is no batter left.

Feel free to have fun and make Mickey Mouses, hearts, or anything else- if you’re feeling creative, that is!

Once done, let cool slightly and enjoy!!

Honestly though, by the time I get to sit down and eat them, they are cold…which is why I generally eat them while standing and cooking the rest for my family.

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Recipe Notes

Feel free to sub in all purpose flour for the oat flour, however you will need to use 1 1/2 cups, not 2 cups. These will also turn out a lot more fluffy. Or, you can do half and half with the flours.

You may sub veggie oil, or another oil, in for the applesauce at the same quantity. I simply wanted to keep this recipe as plant-based as possible, which is why I use applesauce in place of oil.

You may sub in any non-dairy milk for the water at the same quantity if preferred, however, it will boost the cost of this extremely cheap recipe to make.

If you like extras in your pancakes, like berries or chocolate chips, then go right ahead!

vegan oatmeal pancakes no egg no banana

The Easiest Vegan Oatmeal Pancakes (no eggs, no milk, no banana)

Shawna Clapper
The easiest, cheapest, and healthiest vegan pancake recipe you'll ever find…and truly enjoy! Kid approved! Only 5 ingredients!!
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 29 mins
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Servings 9 pancakes

Ingredients
  

  • 2 cups oats ground into flour (or buy oat flour)
  • 1 ½ tbsp baking powder
  • 3 tbsp brown sugar
  • 3 tbsp applesauce (can sub with veggie oil)
  • 1 ½ cups water

Instructions
 

  • Get your pan on the stove (or griddle) ready and turn to medium heat.
  • Mix together the oat flour, baking powder, and sugar.
  • Pour the applesauce and water on top of the dry mixture, stir well.
  • Pour a quarter cup of the batter on the pan at a time.
  • Let the top show bubbles, then flip. Once the edges on the bottom start to golden, remove from pan to eat.
  • Let cool slightly, then enjoy!

Notes

*Feel free to sub in all purpose flour for the oat flour, however you will need to use 1 1/2 cups, not 2. These will also turn out a lot more fluffy.
**You may sub veggie oil in for the applesauce at the same quantity.
***You may sub in any non-dairy milk for the water at the same quantity if you need
Keyword oats, pancakes, vegan pancakes
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