Oat, Almond and Banana Pancakes with Frozen Berry Compote
Healthy, easy and delicious, these Oat, Almond and Banana Pancakes with Frozen Berry Compote are gluten, dairy and egg free. They are low in sugar and vegan too, meaning almost everybody can enjoy them!
Course Breakfast, Brunch, Pancakes
Prep Time 5minutes
Cook Time 20minutes
Total Time 25minutes
Author Eb Gargano
Frozen Berry Compote
200gfrozen berriesplus extra to serve
4tablespoonsmaple syrupplus extra to serve
Oat, Almond and Banana Pancakes
200ggluten free oats(or normal ones if you don’t need this to be gluten free)
First, turn your oven on to 100C / gas mark ½ / 200F and put a plate in there to heat up. As you make the pancakes, simply place the cooked ones on the plate in the oven to keep warm.
Next, make the compote. Place the frozen berries and water in a small pan, bring to the boil then turn down and simmer for 10 minutes or until thick and gloopy- squishing any big berries down. Turn the heat off and add the maple syrup.
While the compote is cooking, place the oats and almonds in your blender and pulse until a flour like consistency, then add the bananas and almond milk and pulse again until combined. You should have a very thick, completely smooth batter.
Next, heat a non-stick pan and add a very small amount of oil, just enough to coat the bottom of your pan. Turn your pan down to a lowish heat and then, using a very large spoon, scoop out a dollop of batter and place it in your hot pan – spread out to a pancake shape and repeat as many times as you can fit into your pan.
When each pancake is cooked on one side, flip it over and cook on the other side then place on the plate in the oven to keep warm and continue until you have used all the batter.
When all the pancakes are ready, create stacks of 5 for each person spreading a little of the compote between each pancake and then pouring the rest of the compote over the top of the stack, decorate with extra frozen berries and then drizzle over a little extra maple syrup, if you wish.
Nutrition information is approximate and meant as a guideline only.