Pancake is probably 1 of the favorite breakfast choices around the world. Plenty of different pancake variations are created and you can even personalize it to your own liking. In my this recipe, Banana Oat Meal Pancake is what you can make at the comfort of your home while enjoying this breakfast delight.
Preparation for Banana Oat Meal Pancake
Prepare Your Dry Mix
First off, prepare 2 cups of multi purpose flour / corn flour in a mixing bowl. Then add in 1/2 tablespoon of baking powder into the dry mix follow by 1 tablespoon of salt & brown sugar.
Then you may add in oat meal of your choice. I usually mix in 1 cup of oat meal to 2 cups of flour in this 2:1 ratio. Mix it well using a whisk.
Prepare Your Wet Mix
Then we will move on to prepare our wet mix. Start off with heating up a pan on a medium / low level. Once the pan starts heating up, melt butter to 100ml. Once that’s done, let it cool off to room temperature.
Then crack 6 eggs into the melted butter and mix well.
At this point, if you want to add in fruits, you may do so by blending the fruits of your choice. In my case, because I’m using banana-flavoured oat meal, hence I skipped this step. However, you may puree the fruits of your choice and add it in into the wet mix.
Pancake Batter Mix
Pour the wet mix into the dry mix gradually over time, best to split the wet mix into, at least 3 times. Mix it well using a whisk in the interim.
Once the wet mix are all in, then whisk the batter for about 5 to 10 minutes until it turns into slightly thicker. Finishing it off, pour in 200ml of milk and mix well.
Now, cook it!
Now, heat up your non-stick pan to low – medium heat, then melt a small cut of butter to grease the pan. Once the butter is melted, using a ladle, scoop up a small amount of batter and pour it slowly into the pan. It should slowly expand into a small, circular shape.
Then cook both side for 3 minutes and you’re ready to serve.
For the final touch, stack all your pancakes into a tower and pour maple syrup all over it. If you’re a health addict, you may choose the sugar-free maple syrup, just like mine. Then top it off with rough cut of banana slices.
- Multi-purpose flour
- Baking Powder
- Brown Sugar
- Banana-flavored Oat Meal
- Fruits (Optional)
- Maple Syrup
- Prepare the dry mix
- 2 tablespoons of flour
- 1/2 tablespoon of baking powder
- 1 tablespoon of salt
- 1 tablespoon of brown sugar
- 1 cup of oat meal of your choice
- Mix well using a whisk
- Prepare the wet mix
- Melt the butter in a pan and put it into a bowl once that's done.
- Add in 6 eggs into the melted butter
- Add in fruits of your choice (optional)
- Pour the wet mix into the dry mix gradually and mix well using a whisk.
- Add in 200ml of milk to finish off the pancake batter.
- Pre-heat a non-stick pan to medium heat and add in a small cut of butter.
- Using a ladle, scoop a small amount of batter and pour into the pan.
- Cook each side for 3 minutes then you're ready to serve.
- Garnish the pancake with sugar-free maple syrup and rough cut fruits of your choice.