Raspberry Banana Pancakes

Imagine biting into a pancake which tastes like bananas and then feeling the oozy sweetness of the raspberries enter your mouth.
Raspberry Banana Pancakes

With just 4 ingredients, these are just so easy to make in the morning. Oh and did you know how hard it is to take a good picture with good lighting? For these past recipes, I’ve just been running around my house, trying to place the food in a good spot, but it is so difficult! Especially for those pictures which would look so good from the top view but my camera puts a shadow on the food.

Raspberry Banana Pancakes

Which is probably why I have to find some photography course to help me out.
Raspberry Banana Pancakes

I absolutely love how golden and cute these are! And since this recipe only requires oats, milk, bananas and raspberries… I feel like I’m going to be eating a lot of raspberry banana pancakes next week!
Raspberry Banana Pancakes

And when you stack them up with a few raspberries on top, they look really good! My brother just ate a few from the pan ’cause he couldn’t wait any longer. The picture below is my sliding tower of goodness!
Raspberry Banana Pancakes

Raspberry Banana Pancakes

  • Servings: 6 small pancakes
  • Difficulty: Easy
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The raspberries melt in your mouth, and this recipe is healthy, although you would never notice when you taste it.

Ingredients:
1 banana, peeled
10 raspberries
1/2 cup oats
4 tbsp. almond milk (or regular)

Instructions:

  1. Blend all ingredients, except the raspberries, in a blender until it resembles a batter. Then mix in the raspberries with a fork.
  2. Heat up a large pan with 1 tbsp. of oil (can be coconut oil or vegetable oil), and drop 6 big tablespoons of batter in it. Wait for 3 minutes, until one side is golden, and flip over, using your spatula to flatten it a bit so it gets cooked in the inside. After another 3 minutes, serve it with extra raspberries on top!
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