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Fallin' for Simple Banana Pancakes

Dairy free, protein-packed, simple-to-make, banana oatmeal pancakes.

You already know pancakes are one of my lifelong favorite foods in large part because of the different ways you can make them. It’s so easy to switch-up recipes, meet different dietary needs, and whip up for a late-night meal or weekend breakfast.

With fall fully arriving the need for cozy home-cooked easy meals arises and banana pancakes are my favorite way to enjoy autumn.

Now, I use a lot of lactose free protein powders, but have recently been exploring vegan protein powders.

I was gifted with a bag of Earth Chimp vegan vanilla protein powder and have fallen in love with the product. The selling factor for me was the delicious taste along with the inclusion of probiotics and digestive enzymes. Two areas of nutrition I can certainly use to enhance in my diet.

Earth Chimp is also gluten free, gum free, and uses an organic plant protein blend, an organic fruit blend and the probiotics and digestive enzyme blend.

The protein powder was so tasty you don’t even need a complex recipe to make it shine. We all love that because the simpler the better these days. Right?

You’ll need.

To begin, take ½ cup of oats and grind it to a flour-like consistency. I always use a coffee grinder for optimum results, but you can use a blender to grind them as well or purchase pre-made oat flour in the grocery stores. Just note that the measurements on the oats might be slightly off if you are using pre-grinded oat flour compared to measuring it before you grind the oat flour. There are oat flour converters all over the internet that you can use as well. It certainly shouldn’t make too big of a difference in a pancake recipe, whereas if it was a baked good item you would want to be more accurate.

Then, take your banana and mash it with a fork in a separate bowl.

Start putting your mashed banana and grind oats into a medium sized mixing bowl. Once you do this, add in your two scoops of Earth Chimp Vanilla Vegan Protein Powder (or you can change the flavor by choosing the chocolate one instead).

Now you can add in your cinnamon powder, and the 2 tbsp of baking powder. Once this is done pour your liquid egg whites in, and slowly whisk added water to preferred consistency.

Let the batter rise while you heat up your griddle. I always suggest a medium setting if you're using a stovetop or electric version. I also love using the Dash mini makers for convenience in an apartment setting. The mini makers light-up when it’s time to take them out.

Don’t forget to flip the pancakes when browning begins to occur. And don’t forget to add your favorite toppings on-top for the ultimate cozy fall meal!



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