These simple blender pancakes are the answer to an easy Sunday morning. They are made with all natural, wholesome ingredients like oats to add in a punch of fiber.
I can’t believe I’ve had my blog for this long and haven’t made a pancake or waffle recipe yet! The waffle recipe will be coming this fall, but today I give you these blender pancakes!
The thing that I love the most about this recipe is that you can really just throw everything in a blender. No bowl required. It’s so nice to wake up and be able to whip up a batch of simple blender pancakes without making a mess in the kitchen before 9am, amiright?!
Also one quick thing to note with these pancakes is that they must set up for at least 5 minutes before you pour them in a pan. Let the batter rest in the blender for 5-10 minutes before you cook them.
The oats do their job and absorb some of the liquid to make the pancakes puffy. Mmmm, pancakes.
Here we go! Below is a list of ingredients for blender pancakes…
- Baking powder
- Yogurt (I use greek, always)
- Almond milk
Fun Ways to Flavor
There is a reason why I named this blog post, simple blender pancakes. It’s because they really are simple. They act like a blank canvas for your work of art to be shown upon.
Want to add some cinnamon and pumpkin for fall flavoring? Go for it! The sky is the limit, here is a list of alternative ways to flavor your blender pancakes.
- Lemon + Blueberry: Add some lemon zest and drop a few blueberries on each pancake, you won’t be disappointed!
- Strawberry + Lemon: Same as above, but add some diced strawberries to the mix.
- Orange + Cardamom: If you happen to have cardamom in your spice cabinet, use it up, baby! Complete it with orange juice or zest.
- Chocolate chip + Zucchini: Drop some chocolate chips into the batter after blending along with shredded zucchini.
- Cinnamon + Cloves: Make it a cozy fall morning by adding in these spices to your blender pancake mix. I would suggest only adding 1/4 tsp of cloves at first!
The Blender I use
I love my vitamix blender because it basically is indestructible. I would NOT recommend using a food processor for this recipe because you will end up with batter everywhere.
If you wanted to use a magic bullet/ninja, they would absolutely work! This recipe serves about 3-4 people depending on your hunger level and what else you pair with it. So double or half the recipe accordingly.
Are these pancakes gluten free?
If you are using certified gluten free oats, then they are gluten free.
Are they freezable?
Absolutely! I made a large batch of blender pancakes with oats and froze some because Sean can’t do eggs. When you are ready to eat them just pull them out of the freezer and pop them in the microwave for 30 seconds.
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These simple blender pancakes are the answer to an easy Sunday morning. They are made with all natural, wholesome ingredients like oats.
- 1.5 cups oats (old fashioned or quick cooking is fine)
- 2 tsp baking powder
- 2 eggs
- 1/2 cup greek yogurt, plain
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1/4 cup sugar (coconut or regular)
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 3/4 cup almond milk, unsweetened
- Place everything in a blender and process until smooth.
- Let batter rest for 10 minutes after blending to thicken.
- On a hot griddle or skillet, spray cooking oil or place 1 tbsp of butter and pour 1/4 cup of the batter onto the skillet.
- Over medium high heat, cook the batter until bubbles form in the middle of the pancake. Flip and cook the other side.
- Serve with pure maple syrup, peanut butter, powdered sugar or fresh fruit.
See above section for ways to flavor your pancakes!
- Category: breakfast
- Method: Blending
- Cuisine: American
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