Oatmeal Blender Pancakes

Upgrade your morning with these oatmeal Blender Pancakes that are both delicious and simple to make. These pancakes are made with real ingredients like old fashioned oats, banana and almond milk and are suitable for those following a vegan lifestyle.

If you’re tired of the same old oatmeal, then this recipe is for you. I took all the ingredients that I normally would add to my morning oatmeal and blended them together to create a pancake batter.

These oatmeal blender pancakes only have three simple ingredients and taste incredible with maple syrup and butter.

Ingredients in oatmeal blender pancakes

You will only need three ingredients to make these blender pancakes, yes three! I’m sure most of us have these ingredients in our kitchen right now, so what are you waiting for? Save this recipe to make this weekend!

  • old fashioned rolled oats
  • banana
  • almond milk
  • blueberries (optional but encouraged)

How to make blender pancakes

For this recipe I use oat flour, which is just blended oats. Since we will be using a blender for this recipe anyways, you can simply make your own oat flour by blending oats for about 20-30 seconds.

Once you have your oat flour, simple add in the banana and then almond milk. Blend the ingredients together for about 10-15 seconds. Try not to over blend the batter.

Batter will be runny but shouldn’t be a liquid texture. Add in blueberries or any other fresh fruit.

Heat your skillet over medium-low heat and lightly grease the skillet with non-stick spray. Add batter to the pan and allow to cook for about 1 minute or until bubbles start to form on the outer edges.

Flip the pancake and allow to cook for 30-60 seconds longer.

I like to top mine with butter, maple syrup and granola for a little crunch, but feel free to use whatever topping you’d like!

Oatmeal Blender Pancakes

Oatmeal Blender Pancakes are both delicious and simple to make. These pancakes are made with real ingredients like old fashioned oats, banana and almond milk.
4 based on 9 reviews
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5 minutes
5 minutes
Author - Hannah


  • 1 banana
  • 1 cup oat flour
  • 2/3 cup almond milk
  • handful of blueberries




7 small pancakes


  1. If you don’t have oat flour, make some by blending oats in your blender for about 30 seconds or until you have a fine oat flour.
  2. Then add in the banana and almond milk and blend once more. About 10-15 seconds. Try not to over blend the mixture. You want it to be runny but not a liquid.
  3. Heat and grease a skillet, then add in batter. Wait for bubbles to form on the outer edges, then flip.
  4. Allow to cook for about 30-60 seconds more.
  5. Top with butter, maple syrup and granola. Enjoy!


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Love all your recipes, however I can’t seem to pin any of them. When I go to pin them, it says “image broken please choose another one”

hi jade, i’m so sorry! i’m working with my website developers to determine the cause for this. hopefully i have it back up and working soon.

These were really yummy! I added a pinch of salt and cinnamon for extra flavour. Reason for 4 stars is because they were very hard to fry- stuck to the pan and burned before cooking on the inside. My heat was low and I had plenty of oil in the pan as well.

Hi Anna! Oh no, that’s so strange. I wonder why they were hard to cook, i’m glad it worked out though and you liked them!

I made them and it came out so good !! Also threw in some blueberries

I tried this recipe but I added vanilla and honey and it was really good but they were very soft which made them hard to cook.

Hi Cristen! Yes, these are a bit softer then traditional pancakes since they are made with oatmeal. However, they should be easy to flip. The additions may have make the batter more runny than usual so maybe next time add in a bit more oats 🙂

Thank you so much for this recipe! I made these pancakes for my mom and I today! On the side we added some yogurt and almond butter as well:) They were delicious! A new favourite breakfast:))

Hi Bella! Thank you so much for the comment and rating. It makes me so happy to hear you and your mom enjoyed them. I hope you’re having a great weekend!