Oatmeal Banana Pancakes

After my crazy intense Fat Burning  workout by BodyRock.tv, I was listening to my iPod while stretching.

The song “Banana Pancakes” by Jack Johnson was on my cool down play list. All night I was dreaming about banana pancakes and morning couldn’t come quick enough!

First thing in the morning I made a clean eating oatmeal banana pancake breakfast to start my day!

Oh, did I mention that I played the “Banana Pancakes song while making them!

Oatmeal Banana Pancakes~Lisa’s SMART recipe
Servings: 2/Serving size: 4 small pancakes/Wt. Watcher Pts: 5 /Points Plus: 7
Calories: 256/Protein: 15 g/Fat: 8 g/ Carbs: 32 g/ Fiber: 5 g
  
Ingredients for Oatmeal banana pancakes:
Dry Ingredients:
1/2 cup rolled oat flour (put oats in a blender to make into flour) – use certified GF oats if you have to eat GF
1 Tbsp ground flax meal
1/4 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp or more ground cinnamon
1/4 tsp stevia powder
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Wet Ingredients:
1 egg white
 
1/2 cup Light Vanilla soy milk
1/4 tsp vanilla extract
2 Tbsp chopped walnuts
1/2 mashed ripe banana
optional: 1/2 scoop vanilla whey protein powder
 
Topping:
1/2 banana sliced thin
a dollop of whipped cream
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Directions:
1. In a small bowl, combine dry ingredients; set aside.
2. In a separate small bowl combine wet ingredients, mix well.
3. Pour wet ingredients into dry ingredients, mix well. Let it sit for about 10 minutes to make it moist.
4. Coat a griddle or non stick pan with vegetable spay, Spoon about 1/4 cup of the mix onto the pan,until bubbles begin to form and break,  flip pancake and cook until the other side is golden brown.  Serve immediately while warm and hot; top with your favorite toppings. I added 1/3 banana slices, 1 Tbsp walnuts and a dallop of cream.  
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Nutritional Analysis for 2 small pancakes (with vanilla whey protein)  without toppping: Calories: 256/ protein: 15 g/ carbs: 32 g/ fiber: 5 g/ sugars: 7 g/ total fat: 8 g/ saturated fat: 1 g/ monounsaturated fat: 1 g/ polyunsaturated fat: 3 g/ cholesterol: 17 mg/sodium: 100 mg
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% Daily Values Based on 2,000 calorie diet:
manganese: 67%/ phosphorus: 18%/ magnesium: 18%/B1: 12%/ selenium: 12%/ B6: 11%/ calcium: 11%/ iron: 11%/ copper: 11%/ pantothenic acid: 5%/ folate: 5%/ biotin: 4%/ vitamin D: 3%/ B2: 3%
 
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17 Responses to Oatmeal Banana Pancakes

  1. Love this light and healthy breakfast! It looks so good!

  2. So healthy yet so very delicious. I could eat this for breakfast or lunch or dinner!

  3. Oatmeal pancakes are so yummy and I love the addition of walnut! (Jack Johnson is pretty great too :) )

    • Jack Johnson is pretty hot too!lol Too bad he’s not touring in the US this summer. I want to take my oldest son to see him since my son plays the guitar it would be nice for him to see a live performance.

  4. Lisa girl, this just looks sinful. Right now I;m imaging this with some ice cream on top. I know, I know, healthy thoughts. But I can’t help it lol. I need a “Cheat day” already. I just love visiting here and I love this recipe.

    • Yes, vanilla ice cream would be good with this! Actually that’s not a bad idea for a healthy dessert for my kids! :)

  5. Lisa, I’m printing this out right away! I do crave pancakes every now and gluten free using the oat flour will be perfect for me!

  6. Oooh! Healthy pancakes! Yum! That’s not that many weight watcher’s points at all – and for four small pancakes. Fantastic! Every single one of these would eat these for sure – for breakfast or dinner. :)

  7. pancakes and with oat flour and bananas! nice combination – very healthy! walnut must give it that extra crunch…

    -Shilpa

  8. Gotta love J squared. I also love the whipped cream on the pancakes. Great recipe.

  9. yum, I have been a gluten-free diet for a few months now and have wanted to try a pancake recipe, this looks great!

    • My son tested postive for gluten (more positive for gliadin than glutenin) so he needs to get re-tested in the fall. so for now he’s back on a gluten rich diet, but I like to still experiment with gluten free recipes, my sister has to eat gluten free so she appreciates new GF recipes. I noticed you have been posting GF recipes and told her to check your recipes out. Have a great weekend!