These easy and delicious pancakes are gluten free, dairy free and free of refined sugars.

Banana Oat Blender Gluten Free Pancakes

There are a few things I am certain of. Like I when I let my dog out, I know she’s going to come back even if it takes her longer than I’m comfortable with. I know that when I’m sick and not feeling well, even at the age of 36, I only want my mom. I know that I feel better about myself when my legs are shaved. I do better on at least 8 hours of sleep, I will never like beets no matter how you prepare them and at the end of the day, my preferred outfit will always be t-shirts and yoga pants. I am also fairly certain (though not without some serious denial) that I feel better when eat a diet void of dairy and wheat. As much as I wish it weren’t the case, my digestive system and sleeping patterns beg to differ.

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It’s only been in the last year or so that I’ve taken real stock in the relationship between what I eat and how I feel. Another thing I blame on getting older but it’s the cold, hard truth: the cleaner my diet is, the better I feel. Not rocket science, I know, but as someone who loves food (and not just food that is good for me), it can be a tough pill to swallow. I love fluffy white things and a bowl of ice cream just as much as the next person. Unfortunately, if I eat too much of it, I’m left feeling the effects. So what do I do? Well, truthfully, not much. I do my best to keep it as clean as I can as often as I can and then don’t beat myself up when I do decide to indulge. Sometimes cookies are just downright worth it, you know?

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Breakfast might be the place I struggle the most when it comes to eating something that not only tastes good but it is nutritiously a great start to my day. I can only eat so many eggs and smoothies before I want something more. Pancakes and waffles. Enter two of my favorite things to eat any time of the day but both leave a gut bomb and sleeping pill effect if I eat too much. For a Sunday morning when I have nothing else to do but lay around and watch tv, I’ll enjoy them all day long. But for any other day, I need something that is going to leave me energized to tackle a busy day.

Enter these pancakes of beauty- I never new gluten free pancakes could be so hearty and fluffy! Exceding my expectations when I made them, these might be my new go to pancake. If not just for their ease (you make them in the blender) they’re full of goodness- oats, banana, and almond milk. Hard to beat, I tell you!

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I used gluten free oats but if you’re not concerned, any oats will work just fine. I also used Califia Farms Vanilla Almond Milk. If you haven’t tried it, you must. It’s hands down my favorite alternative to regular milk and it comes in the most beautiful bottle. I’m such a sucker for good labeling! Hope you all had a great weekend. Happy Monday everyone!!

Banana-Oat Blender Pancakes

Banana-Oat Blender Pancakes

Ingredients

  • 2 cups gluten free oats
  • 1 1/4 cups vanilla almond milk
  • 1 large ripe, organic banana
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1 heaping tablespoon local honey
  • 1/4 teaspoon sea salt
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1 large organic egg
  • coconut oil or butter for cooking

Instructions

  1. Place all ingredients, except egg and coconut oil in the base of a blender and blend until smooth. Add egg and pulse a few times until egg is fully incorporated.
  2. Heat a griddle or large saute pan over medium heat and melt a teaspoon or two of coconut oil. When hot, pour or scoop the batter onto the griddle, using approximately 1/4 cup for each pancake. Brown on both sides (about 2-3 minutes per side) and serve hot with maple syrup.
  3. *If batter becomes too thick to pour easily, add a tablespoon or two of almond milk to thin.
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66 Responses to Banana-Oat Blender Pancakes

  1. Becky says:

    These look delicious!! And I’m big fan of California Farms milk products, especially their coconut almond milk!!

  2. Same way with the dog here, sometimes she stays out longer but she always returns! These pancakes look like a lovely way to start the morning. I love that you used vanilla almond milk.

  3. Nicole says:

    Great idea for breakfast. I’m busting these out tomorrow. Thanks!

  4. Monica says:

    Hi I was wondering if you have tried these with an egg substitute and if so which you prefer for the tastiest product?

  5. Taylor says:

    Looks great! How many pancakes does the recipe make?

  6. Niki R. says:

    These are delicious! Me and my kids love having them for breakfast with almond butter spread on top and some fresh fruit. Thank you!

  7. Sujata says:

    will this work in a waffle iron?

  8. Brigette says:

    Just made these and they were delicious! Thanks for the recipe :)
    I love this brand of almond milk as well and used the “Toasted Coconut” flavor — 50 % almond milk / 50% coconut milk

  9. Dannielle says:

    Omg just made these and they are amazing!! Like a banana smoothie crossed with a warm bowl of porridge! Will definitely make these again!!

  10. Jay says:

    We have someone in our home that will not eat anything banana. Any suggestions on what to substitute with?

  11. amy Klazek says:

    These were phenomenal. Hearty but fluffy, they cooked up just like regular pancakes! I have been searching for this recipe for a long time! I left the blender on for about a minute to really blend up the oats and there wasn’t even a trace of a flake, you would never know these were made without flour. They are amazing as cold leftovers with butter and brown sugar, jam and peanut butter, bananas and yogurt and make a great breakfast snack on the go!

  12. Natt says:

    Made these today for breakfast. Everyone LOVED them. Deliciously flavorful and no bogged down post-meal fatigue. Thanks so much for posting!

  13. Kelly Cirone says:

    These pancakes have become a staple in our home! I use a flax egg due to my son’s egg allergy and they are delicious! Thank you for the recipe!

  14. Obehi says:

    Amazing! I just made them! Thanks for this awesome substitute for flour pancakes. I used the rest of the 1-minute oats I had in the pantry.

  15. Mina says:

    Does anyone know the nutrition content for one? These are so delicious!

  16. Mina says:

    Does anyone know the nutrition content of these. They are delicious!

  17. Michelle says:

    Loved these!! Thank-you for sharing!! My little guy, who’s 1 1/2 loved them. He was born 3 months early and has a lot of food allergies. Recipes like this make life easier and yummier!

  18. melissa says:

    For anyone looking for an egg substitute….I used about a teaspoon of xantham gum and they held together nicely!! My four and five year olds gobbled them up in no time with a bit of honey! :)

  19. Imi says:

    Hi I’m definitely going to try these! How many does it make?

  20. Naomi Cope says:

    Made these for breakfast this morning, using canned coconut milk (since I didn’t have almond milk). They were delicious!! Since being diagnosed with Celiac Disease almost two years ago, I have really missed the whole grains I used to eat a lot of in my diet. These were as good as any pancakes I made BEFORE I went gluten-free! And so easy to make, I will make them often – thank you, thank you!!

  21. Sangeeta says:

    Wow, I was quite happy with the pancakes I was making before but these have lifted my game to a whole new level! Love how easy it is to just blend the batter up. I didn’t have almond milk, so I threw in a quarter cup of almonds and topped up with water to 1 1/4 cups and they came out great. Perfect for blueberry season here in Australia! Many thanks :)

  22. Laura says:

    I made these this past weekend and, omg, amazing! We aren’t big fans of favored pancakes, but nothing is overpowering here. Just a nice subtle balance. Delicious! Can’t wait for the weekend Thanks so much for the recipe!

  23. samantha d. says:

    I am a pancake nut, and since I have gone GF I haven’t found a pcake that I liked. These are DELICIOUS!!!! My batch only made 8 medium pancakes, but they were amazing. I used coconut almond milk in mine. Thanks so much for this recipe!

  24. Jessi says:

    These are absolutely fabulous! I am on the no flour no sugar diet and these pancakes just made my Saturday morning! I am passing the recipe on to my mom who is gluten intolerant and is always looking for yummier pancake options!

    Thank you thank you!

  25. Mary says:

    I was thinking about making oatmeal for breakfast. Then got a hankering for pancakes. I googled gluten free oatmeal pancakes and 20 minutes later was eating the most delicious and easy-to-make banana oatmeal pancakes. Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe! My husband loved them, too.

  26. Andrew says:

    Thank you, these were excellent

  27. Christina says:

    Wow I just made these and they are amazing! I love how majority of it was oats. My little sister who doesn’t really like anything healthy loves them! They are so easy to make.

    Thank you :)

  28. Amanda says:

    These are delicious and my whole family loves them (including a 2 and 5 yr old). They’re so easy to whip up! I’ve passed this recipe on to many friends. Thanks!!

  29. Claire says:

    I just have to say, these pancakes are THE BEST! I have made them every single weekend since first discovering them a few months ago – I’m addicted! They’re fluffy, filling and BETTER than regular flour pancakes. These are now a staple around here and I’ve been spreading the word. Thanks so much for posting this recipe.

  30. Vanessa says:

    I just made them and they were a hit! I also added pumpkin seeds (grounded up) just to add more nutrition. Thanks for sharing!

  31. Amanda says:

    I commented a few days ago that my family loves this recipe. Just wanted to share that we had them again for dinner tonight, but I didn’t have any bananas on hand, but did have leftover steamed yams….they worked as a great substitute! Yum! Thanks again for this awesome recipe!

  32. Words cannot express my excitement over these!! We’ve tried so many gluten-free pancakes and these are by far our favorite!!! Such a delicious blend of flavors and the texture was perfect. We used a flax egg which worked wonderfully. Thanks so much Kelley! :)

  33. Ashley says:

    I just made this. I make my breakfast the night before because I wake up at 4am. Unforunately, my coconut milk was frozen solid so I had to use real milk. (I usually use the same brand of almond milk because they sell it at Target for a great price) Delicious! I am a huge pancake fan and I am transitioning to eating clean and this will surely be my new pancake recipe. How would you suggest making a chocolate variety of these?

  34. Modesto says:

    I just made these with coconut. It was extremely delicious, thanks!

  35. EBK says:

    Just made this for lunch—Super awesome thumbs up! Really easy, really tasty. Thank you!

  36. Rachel says:

    Just made these and they were so good. Thanks for the recipe!

  37. Rhea says:

    Hi there!!
    I am so anxious to try this tomorrow! But before I do, how many pancakes does recipe make? Thanks!

  38. Kelli says:

    Thank you! These were awesome!! Like you, I find I feel so much better if I stay away from gluten. I have tried a few recipes prior to this that were not nearly as good. I added a handful of walnuts and some frozen blueberries. They were absolutely delicious. I can’t wait to eat my leftovers:).

  39. Sara says:

    Thanks for posting this recipe. I recently found out I have fructose malabsorption so I’ve been searching for recipes that I can use. I made these pancakes today (with some substitutions since I can’t have honey and can use regular milk) and they turned out very good. I posted the recipe on my blog and linked back to you for the original recipe.

  40. Oh my yum!! I made these yesterday morning and shared some bites with my 11 month old baby girl. We both loved them so much and couldn’t stop eating them! We polished off half the batch yesterday and the other half this morning. SO so good, and so healthy!

    Thanks for this recipe. It’s now going to be a staple in our mornings.

    ~Julia Kristina

  41. Holly says:

    These were delicious and easy to make! I love that the recipe simply uses oats rather than a more complicated gf flour blend. We will definitely be making these again, and often!

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