Healthy Banana Pancakes

31 Aug 2017 | Health & Wellbeing, Nutrition

These healthy banana pancakes are another favourite receipe from our wonderful dietitician here at Holistic Physio Fitness – Amanda McCredie. She finds these healthy snacks perfect for those who don’t particularly like eating breakfast, or for simply something different. Her children love them too!

Here is why these pancakes are healthy:

  • They contain oats instead of white flour meaning they are rich in soluble fibre, which keeps your bowels regular & reduces cholesterol reabsorption in the large intestine.
  • High in protein from the eggs, milk and yoghurt to keep you full and aids in muscle repair/regeneration
  • They don’t contain any refined sugar or flour like regular pancake mixes that can spike your blood sugar levels.


5 minute healthy banana pancakes

Makes: 4 medium sized pancakes (serves 2)

Prep time: 5 mins – Cooking time: 10 mins


  • ½ cup rolled oats
  • 1 medium, ripe banana
  •  2 eggs
  •  ½ cup milk

To serve:  Natural/greek yoghurt or ricotta cheese, berries, crushed nuts & cinnamon

What to do:

1  In a small food processor blend together pancake ingredients.

2  Heat a large frying pan with 2 tsp coconut oil or grapeseed oil and divide batter into 4 even pancakes. Cook until small bubbles form on one side, then flip and cook for another minute.

3  Serve onto two plate with ½ cup yoghurt + 1 cup berries & sprinkling of nuts and cinnamon on each.


Recipe from: Body Fusion Nutrition & Dietetics