banana oat pancakes in thermomix Saturday morning pancakes (or pikelets as I keep getting corrected) are a ritual in our house and the best thing about them is that Mr D does the cooking.  He can’t understand why the kids start the ‘starvation nagging’ about half an hour after they’ve had breakfast so he was determined to make something that would fill them up until lunch time. After a lot of internet searching and many many pancake experiments he settled on this recipe and I think he’s struck gold with it.  He can’t remember where he found it so sadly I can’t credit anyone. banana oat pancakes in thermomix 1 There are just 3 easy ingredients, making these little beauties gluten and refined sugar free and low GI. Best of all, they taste amazing.  We always dip ours in maple syrup or rice malt syrup but they are actually sweet enough on their own.   Healthy banana oat pikelets in the Thermomix

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Healthy banana oat pancakes in the Thermomix
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Low GI, sugar free and gluten free and only three ingredients. The perfect healthy pancake brekkie for everyone.
Recipe type: Thermomix
: Breakfast
Serves: 8-10
  • 4 eggs
  • 2 banana
  • 100g oats
  • Toppings of your choice
  1. Mill the oats on speed 10 for 20 seconds.
  2. Add everything else and mix on speed 6 for 30 seconds.
  3. Add a large spoonful to a hot frying pan (lightly oiled) and fry for approx 30 seconds on each side or until they're golden brown.
  4. ENJOY x


What’s your favourite brekkie?  Do you have starvation naggers too??

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32 comments on “Healthy banana oat pikelets in the Thermomix”

  1. In the middle of making these, so easy and quick and best part is my wheat free little one can eat them and they taste good enough that we can all eat them so I don’t have to make two separate batches! Thank you!

  2. I just wanted to say YAY and YUM, because when you said ‘Three Ingredients’ I was like ‘AS IF’ … but they’re delish (with some Thermo Strawberry Coulis) and my 2 year old scoffed them.

    How fantastic, I’ll certainly add this recipe to my Pepperplate app! Thank you!

    • I wasn’t sure either. but they turned out so well. SO glad you all like them too. Now what is pepperplate?? I think I need to look that one up x

  3. I love pancakes and crepes but many of the recipes have way too much flour. When I saw your recipe I was a little skeptical as I have never made anything by whizzing rolled oats, but gave it a go and to my surprise, they taste amazing!! My fussy 3 year old couldn’t get enough he kept opening his mouth wider and wider. He hates oats with milk so this is a great way to get some oats into him and fill him up especially before Saturday morning swimming. Thanks SO much for sharing!

    • It’s an absolute pleasure. It really makes my day to sure when readers enjoy my recipes. I so glad your little enjoyed them xx

  4. These are fantastic! I have been searching for a healthy pancake recipie that does not contain a million ingredients and I am over the moon that I have found these. My kids gobbled them all up and loved every bite!

    • YAY, I’m so pleased you all enjoyed them too. Mine have just had them this morning with homemade, reduced sugar nutella. Perfect for the weekend xx

  5. These pancakes are excellent, they’ve become the go-to pancake recipe in our house. Thanks so much for sharing!!

  6. Thanks for the recipe. I made them as piklets, added sultanas to some as they were cooking. Great for the 1, 4 & 6 year old.

  7. These are brilliant!! The whole family enjoyed them and I love the ingredients. This recipe just got saved to favourites for us, thanks so much! (We must be big eaters here, 5 of us and I think I’ll double the recipe next time 😉)

  8. tried them without too much expectations (thought they would stuck to frying pan) but turned out perfect, spongy, great taste.

  9. Healthy and delicious. My fussy little one wouldn’t try but that’s ok… more for us 😁
    Thanks for sharing this

  10. These are delicious and my 2.5 year old loved them. We were making them for a breakfast picnic we were going to and I had to make another batch as she ate so many!!

  11. I have made these a number of times now and my 9 year old loves them 🙂
    I also added a bit of organic cinnamon and organic vanilla bean.
    They are great before soocer on a Sat morning fills him up

  12. Seriously the best breakfast ever. Gets all the goodness of oats, eggs and fruit in for the kids for breakfast with no nasties and they LOVE it! My new Sunday morning go-to 🙂 I can’t afford a thermomix, but it works just as well blitzing oats through my hand-held coffee grinder before mixing in processor with bananas and eggs. Thanks so much for this! Super happy 😀

  13. Super quick, easy and delicious. I used frozen bananas as didn’t have fresh and worked a dream. My lil kids helped make and were so proud to eat them. Thank you 🙏🏼 I💕

  14. We are currently traveling around Aus in our caravan and I have been making these in the afternoon after the kids have spent hours swimming and running about! Perfect afternoon snack (with some delicious raw honey)
    Thanks for the super easy and healthy recipe! We are all thankful! 😘

  15. AMAZING! My kids love them and they are very filling so perfect for school days. Mr 6 wont eat eggs or oats on their own but has requested these everyday for the past week! Thank you Mrs D (and Mr D)!!

  16. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe Robyn!
    It’s so nice to have found something miss 6 will eat for brekkie, that is so quick and easy to prepare, and is actually healthy!!!

  17. they look great, but Sadly, these are NOT Gluten Free, as they contain oats.

    If one was just eating gluten free for the fun of it ie, lifestyle choice and wasn’t strict, they would be fine….however…

    For a Coeliac, these are a no go. A Coeliac needs to undergo an oats challenge first (with uncontaminated oats)under the guidance of their gastroenterologist to see whether they are one of the unlucky Coeliacs that reacts to oats in the same way as they react to gluten. This would involve before and after small bowel biopsies.

  18. My grandchildren love them made in pikelet size for afternoon tea. Organic butter, honey or maple syrup or even with cream makes for a easy healthful and delicious snack that economical as well. An absolute winner for us!

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