Whether you like yours fluffy, fruity or thin like crepes, this collection of healthy pancake recipes has everything you need. To make breakfast time more special, choose between healthy pancakes with oats, flourless, naturally sweet and gluten-free – we’ve got all of these options on the list! Best part? These nutritious pancakes are great for kids, don’t pack a ton of calories or sugar, and are easily done in 10-15 minutes.
If there’s one breakfast food I can dream about all day long it would be pancakes. Well, fine, waffles are a close second. But, there’s just something so magical about starting your mornings with a pile of hot mouthwatering pancakes.
Maybe it’s because growing up they were reserved for special days and occasions, maybe it’s their comforting taste, I honestly don’t know – I’m not a psychiatrist to go down childhood rabbit holes. But, the thing I do know is that there’s definitely a way to make those beloved pancakes healthy and nutrient-dense.
All you need to do is use simple wholesome ingredients and invest 10 minutes to prepare breakfast. So let’s not delay, get those ingredients out and get started with these wonderful healthy pancake recipes right now!
If you’ve ever searched for a healthy pancake recipe on the internet, you’ve probably come across many that have bananas in them. Not these pancakes! These fluffy oatmeal pancakes are made without a banana and have a subtle sweet taste. Definitely, a healthy breakfast idea that your entire family will love, kids too!
You’ll need just seven simple ingredients: oats, an egg, vanilla, yogurt, honey, coconut oil, and baking soda. These are staples in most homes, so whip them up tomorrow morning, they’ll be ready in 10 minutes!
If you love the warmth of cinnamon and apples, you definitely need to try these healthy apple pancakes with oats. They do not contain flour and you will need to grind oats for the batter, but then you get to reap the benefits of their unique antioxidants.
All you need to do in order to make the batter is combine apples, an egg, coconut oil, honey, ground oats and baking soda in your blender or food processor. Super easy and ready in 15 minutes. Enjoy with fruit, honey, and your favorite nuts on top!
If you give this simple pancake recipe a try, there’s a good chance you’ll want to make it every morning. And that’s more than okay because you’ll be making pancakes with healthy ingredients in only 10 minutes. I love serving these addictive pancakes with even more blueberries, honey, or maple syrup on top.
If you ever get tired of fluffy pancakes in the morning, it’s time to make crepes! No flour is needed, oats are here to save the day. Now I realize I’ve been watching too many PJ Mask episodes with my nephew. He loves these sweet flourless oatmeal crepes for breakfast too. And he can make them as well. He’s five. Well, now you know how easy it is to put these crepes together for breakfast. Surely, if a 5-year-old can do it, you can do it.
Can you believe these delicious gluten-free pancakes are ready in just 10 minutes? You can’t convince me there’s a better way to start your “work-from-home” day. Or your weekend. You just can’t!
As for ingredients, the pancake batter combines almond flour, coconut flour, an egg, vanilla, milk and baking powder. The pancakes turn out surprisingly fluffy and super tasty!
I love to sprinkle some slivered almonds on the uncooked side of the pancakes while they’re still cooking – as a result, the pancakes have a nice crunch to them!
This is one of the healthy pancake recipes, perfectly suited for little children as there is no sugar added. Moreover, there’s no flour involved either. That’s right – a healthy breakfast “disguised” as a pancake, because…who doesn’t love pancakes?
If you’re vegan or can’t have eggs, then these healthy eggless pancakes with banana and blueberries are definitely worth a try! Serve them with some nut butter and extra fruit, or if you have a big sweet tooth some maple syrup will do the job.
Super quick and easy to make, these healthy strawberry pancakes smell and taste amazing! In order to make them you’ll need eggs, yogurt, oats, honey, baking soda and of course – strawberries. So, try them and you’ll become a fan!
Oats and bananas – the unbeatable combo when it comes to creating healthy treats! You can make cookies, muffins, banana bread, but also one of the best healthy banana pancake recipes ever. Yes, exactly, I’m talking about these banana pancakes. They’re SO good and if you’ve got kids, you’ll be surprised how much they’ll enjoy them! The main ingredients you’ll need are bananas, oats, eggs and yogurt…Yes, all that and 10 minutes!
If you’re eating gluten-free or low-carb, then almond flour ain’t a new ingredient for you. But it took me by surprise how good it tastes in pancakes! It’s so irresistible. Exhibit A: These healthy pancakes with almond flour.
They’re fluffy, light and slightly sweet with a wonderful touch of vanilla. Perfect, just perfect if you’re looking for healthy pancake recipes without banana, flour or oats. As for healthy toppings – I love mine with some berries and a little bit of honey or maple syrup.
Definitely a must-try for breakfast!
If you need to be eating more fiber at breakfast, these strawberry banana oatmeal pancakes without flour or dairy are the most delicious way to get it in!
The recipe serves just one person, but that’s easy to adjust – just multiply by however many people you’re trying to feed! The main ingredients you’ll need are eggs, bananas, strawberries and oats.
We’ve come to the last healthy pancake recipe on the list…I know it’s kinda sad, but it’s also delicious. Yes, let’s focus on the delicious part! After all, they say always look on the bright side of life. And looking at these blueberry pancakes, I’m definitely doing that.
With bananas and blueberries, these pancakes are on the fruity side and are loaded with fiber and naturally sweet. They’re perfect for kids as well and will be ready in 10 minutes!
More Healthy Breakfast Ideas
Well, as you can see there are many many options when it comes to making your own healthy pancake recipes! I hope you love the pancakes you’ve chosen and if you need even more healthy breakfast food ideas, check out these recipes:
- Easy Healthy Granola Recipe
- Simple Vegetarian Breakfast Quesadilla
- Healthy Breakfast Oatmeal Apple Cake
- 1/2 cup oats
- 2 tbsp yogurt
- 1/3 tsp baking soda
- 1/3 tsp baking powder
- 1 tsp vanilla
- 1 egg
- 1/3 cup blueberries
- 1 tbsp maple syrup
- coconut oil for the pan
- Add all ingredients to a blender except the blueberries and blend until smooth. You can also use a hand blender and a bowl or just a bowl and a fork if using ground oats.
- At medium heat, grease a nonstick pan with coconut oil and pour the pancake batter making smaller-sized pancakes (the size of your palm, this will make flipping easier). Top the uncooked side with blueberries.
- Once edges look done and bubbles come up, work your way around the edges of the pancake with the spatula and flip the pancakes. Repeat until you run out of batter.
- Serve immediately with some maple syrup or honey and extra blueberries.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 457Total Fat: 21gSaturated Fat: 14gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 188mgSodium: 673mgCarbohydrates: 51gFiber: 5gSugar: 20gProtein: 13g