I topped it with butter, a little whipped cream and bacon crumbles!!! I shall try it that way. This is my new favorite recipe and I will definitely be making these when I want pancakes from now on. Thank you so much Emily! HELLO! the thumbnail says steel cut oats (which i went out and bought) but the recipe says don’t use steel cut or instant oats, use old fashioned. I’m so glad you like the oil-free recipes, thanks Nelda! Keep up the great work!! But the older they get, the more I feel the need to make each item of food really count. My baking powder and soda are not old. So moist too! These are protein pancakes. 3) Did you use freshly squeezed lemon juice? I’m going to experiment with some LorAnn flavors. Probably the best healthy pancake recipe I ‘ve ever tried, their texture is heavenly – probably because of the oat flour- and they taste amazing even without toppings. The main difference is WITH oats or WITHOUT oats. This might be written somewhere, but for the LIFE of me I can’t find it. Plus you said they were really flat so that’s another good clue. Thanks! p.s. Notify me of replies to my comment via email. I make a pancake with ground millet and chickpea flour and ground flax. Thanks, Natalie. I much prefer the texture of these though, I’m not sure I will be going back. A design like yours with a few simple tweeks would really make my blog These turn out exactly like in the pictures and taste incredible ! Actually midnight is kind of a good time to crave pancakes because breakfast is just a sleep away . I’m used to baking for just one, so I can see where a double batch would be necessary when baking for you and your little one. Like this one: http://www.myfitnesspal.com/recipe/calculator ? That’s so smart!! My daughter loves them. An absolutely genius recipe. Thanks for the support Katie <3. Delish!!!! Haha well let’s hope that day never comes, but thank you for the wonderful feedback and enjoy the rest of your weekend! But I can’t give applesauce all the credit for these wonderfully oil-free pancakes. Thin it out a bit with milk to pancake batter consistency. I’ve been eating a ton of my buttermilk pancakes lately, but I will have to try these sometime, especially since I love oat flour, but using all oat flour has resulted in gummy/too dense results for me, but I’m sure the baking soda helps that here, soooo can’t wait to try! AS long as you give me credit and don’t reprint the recipe anywhere you are more than welcome to use any of the photos you like Thanks so much for asking Katherine! How many pancakes u get from this recipe?3? Thanks for the feedback Kyla! I never have an issue. Do you think this recipe can work too? OK so i made these without the protein powder. Or 2) the temperature was too low so they just didn't cook. The Live Life Keto Podcast, Keto Pumpkin Pie Muffins with Crumble Topping. I only used half of maple syrup and the rest according to the recipe. These were excellent. These protein pancakes are pretty much the perfect solution. This post contains some affiliate links, which means that I make a small commission off items you purchase at no additional cost to you. Such a great idea to use applesauce instead of bananas! the pan doesn’t work for me plus it takes longer. I can help you with “What’s for dinner?” too. I really like this recipe!! Hmm mixing by hand shouldn’t be the problem, how thick/thin was your batter? I will try soon rhanksss. It wasn’t that obvious to me either actually, I tried multiple other things before landing upon this one. I doubled the recipe which I didn’t need to do for three people. Do you know if pea protein powder would work for this recipe? Hi there, I was just wondering what non-stick pan you use? Now off to make the everything “non” cupcakes. I made these again this morning except in the Vitamix this time. I ams happy you liked them, and yes after much feedback I did tweak the written recipe a bit so that’s why it differs from the video (still need to reshoot that one day). Just found it and added to my list! They turned out surprisingly not gummy at all! Serve with butter, sugar free syrup, and chocolate chips. In a mixing bowl, whisk the eggs. Always happy to help troubleshoot. Can you teach me? Definitely a keeper!! You can also add a bit more of Greek yogurt or mashed bananas, applesauce or pumpkin puree. Yes Yes Yes! Thanks, I do have apple cider vinegar. Heat a griddle to 300 degrees F and lightly grease with cooking spray. Yes, all purpose flour will be fine here. Not gonna lie to you Jennifer these pancakes were atrocious I followed all the steps correctly and cooked them appropriately and they came out dry as a bone and just absolutely gross, worst pancakes I’ve made. You could use yogurt or pumpkin puree instead though if you have either of those, otherwise I’d recommend buying unsweetened applesauce. But if you’d like to use sugar-free maple syrup in place of the pure maple syrup, it might work! Add any of your favorite fruit, nuts, or chocolate chips to spice these up a bit! Saying thanks to you in for all your hard work, Is there anything I can replace for the yogurt? Thanks for replying! That could be the culprit… I used the batter immediately and it sat as long as it took the previous pancake to cook, about 1-2 minute per pancake. My favorite healthy pancake toppings are nut butters, low-sugar jams, fresh fruit like sliced bananas and blueberries, and a light drizzle of pure maple syrup. The extra light recipe makes just 2 medium pancakes while the oatmeal recipes make 4 medium pancakes each. Thank you so much !! Just sharing it. If you’ve had them for more than a few months (especially opened) replace them. I’m Natalie, the recipe creator around here sharing simple snacks and treats that are secretly healthy under their sweet dessert disguises! thank you so much for this great recipe! Thank you so much Natalie! If using a skillet, you want the heat on medium low. Or maybe it was my oat flour or the baking powder or baking soda was not new enough? Yes!! Well not too far outside, these blender pancakes are still made with a fruity base. And as for the sticking issue, I’ve never cooked with cast iron so I don’t know much about that, but I use a non-stick pan for these so if you don’t I would suggest spraying it with coconut oil before cooking. This worked so well, I’m going to take a look at some of your other recipes! How did you do it with flax eggs? Hi, I'm Erin Clarke, and I'm fearlessly dedicated to making healthy food that's affordable, easy-to-make, and best of all DELISH. I feel like pancakes with banana taste banana-y, even when they aren’t meant to. Your email address will not be published. Help , Oh no Tess, I’m so sorry to hear they didn’t work for you! Thank you! Just made these, they’re pretty good! Okay I will try it again, they look so pretty with the ring I am determined! I made two double batches this morning. I normally use a bit of coconut oil around the rims of the ring so the batter doesn’t stick to it, but it doesn’t always work 100% Doesn’t stop me from eating all 100% of pancakes xxx. Any further cooking will dry out the whey. I am shocked! These cook best at a very low heat! I am so happy you and your daughter are both enjoying these Love the protein addition idea, I need to try that too. ? There is naturally-occurring sugar in the applesauce, and I’m not sure how you’d go about eliminating that. Hi Natalie I will not be posting the actual recipe but will use only one image from this post and a small quote and link back here. Great thanks! Made half a batch just to try it out and they were great! The inside was strange almost like the gooey results some things have when made with flaxseed. I added bluebs too thank you for all your incredible recipes! After a dozen trials with different variations of ingredients, I have perfected these protein pancakes without banana and only 5 ingredients. I first tried it in my new protein granola and I think I might just like it better than Vital Proteins. Hi Natalie! I am so happy you all liked them so much. I don’t have any apple sauce…..but i do have apples. Ladies and gentlemen, this is the update of updates, the upgrade of upgrades. AND, that’s what we have here today! They look SO fluffy, and also too pretty to eat. I found I needed plenty of egg in those days to hold GF blends together. I served it with microwaved apple slices on top (I’m not Keto), and it hit the spot. Let cook gently for 3 to 4 minutes on the first side, until the pancakes look dry at the edges and small bubbles form on top. Thank you for your recipe! You can use quick oats! Plus usually no additives, yay! Thank you for this recipe, I will definitely be making these again . I don’t use a scale at all in the kitchen so it’s totally foreign and weird to me, but I will try. A few possible issues I can think of: 1) Your baking powder is old and not giving them the fluff factor 2) The batter was too thin so spread too much when you put it in the pan. Even my non-vegan dad loved them. So it’s not just me then! Baking soda and powder paired with lemon juice gives them lots of reasons to really rise. And of course the chocolate addition sounds perfect too, so happy you liked them . A touch of pure maple syrup sweetens the batter naturally. Jennifer, could you include the amount of protein used in grams, as all scoop sizes vary? This is amazing !! That sounds delicious on top! Just add more flour! Thanks for the feedback Harriet, have a happy weekend , […] SOS-free pancakes are rich in texture and flavor, especially when you follow this recipe from Feasting on Fruit. It would probably be about 1 1/2 cup oats before blending. These bad boys will satisfy my cravings and honor my clean eating diet. I would look for one with the lowest amount of carbs, preferably sweetened with stevia.