5 Healthy Pancake Recipes - Oatmeal Pancakes

Oatmeal pancakes, without wheat flour, and other healthy variations have been in fashion for some time. I declare myself a fan for a very simple reason: they are sweet (but sugar free), easy to invent and also healthy.

By the way, in Spain, pancakes are known as pancakes. Here are the links so you can see how to prepare them:

  • Oatmeal pancakes (healthy)
  • American pancakes (traditional)

Today I am going to show you 4 recipes of perfect fitness pancakes for breakfast and for free how to make a nocturnal version, free of sin, without carbohydrates.

The first thing to know is how oat pancakes are prepared "Fitness" in its simplest form:

Recipe to make healthy oat pancakes

  • 1/3 cup oatmeal in flakes
  • 4 whites
  • Stevia to taste
  • A little water
  • Cinnamon to taste.

The key is to beat the whites first (It's a personal mania to make them more fluffy), then add oats, cinnamon and stevia. Finally a jet of water "to the eye" so that the mixture is not so thick.

Ready. That is the base. If we want to make them more protein we can add 1 scoop of Whey protein or a teaspoon of chia; if we want to make them more spongy two tablespoons of Greek or natural yogurt.

Now comes the "decisive" step: cooking them. There are a couple of techniques to make them perfect:

  1. First, it is important that you use a Teflon pan, which you are going to place over medium heat with an optional teaspoon of oil (If the pan is really good, sometimes not necessary).
  2. When the pan is hot you are going to pour a spoonful of the mixture. I use one to serve soup, and so all of them are the same size. If you are not very expert in flipping them, better make them a small size, that will facilitate the process of turning it around.
  3. You must have patience and not despair, and I say it from my experience: the pancake is ready to turn when holes are added to the mixture. Not before.

That's it, the practice - and the Teflon pan - make the master.

Now let's put a little creativity into it.

Pancakes from oatmeal, apple and cinnamon

Ingredients (For one person)

  • 1/3 cup of oats
  • 3 whites
  • 2 tablespoons almond flour
  • 1 tablespoon chia
  • A little water
  • Cinnamon
  • 1 envelope of Stevia
  • 1 Apple

Cut the apple into two and place it in a pot with water. Let it boil for 15 minutes or until it softens the pulp. In the blender or processor mix the other ingredients, except cinnamon. Remember that the water is so that the mixture is not so heavy, so the exact measurement is "a jet by eye"

When the apple has softened, with a spoon remove the pulp and add it to mix. Blend and sprinkle with cinnamon to taste. I left it for the end to get the ideal point of "apple-cinnamon" flavor

Oatmeal pancakes with yogurt and blueberries (or any other fruit)

Ingredients: (For one person)

  • 1/3 cup of flaked oatmeal
  • Two tablespoons of Greek yogurt
  • 4 clear
  • 1 teaspoon of chia
  • 1/3 cup of blueberries (Other options are peach, apple, strawberries ...)
  • A little water
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla Whey Protein


First soak the teaspoon of chia in a little water Mix all the ingredients in the blender.

Before adding the cranberries, use a tablespoon of them to make a syrup.If you are very sweet add a teaspoon of stevia or sugar.

When I made the recipe I used as 1/3 cup of blueberries, it was actually a handful. So if you want to add more or less ... I leave it to your liking!

You can make this same recipe for oatmeal pancakes with any other fruit: apple, pear, peach. The fruit you choose to put it to boil in a little water to soften, and then the picas in squares or slices to serve.

Pancakes of quinoa and banana

Ingredients (For two people):

  • Half a cup of raw quinoa.
  • 2 tablespoons of almond flour
  • 2 tablespoons of Whey Protein (I used banana)
  • 1 frozen banana.
  • 4 egg whites and two egg yolks.
  • Cinnamon and stevia to taste.


The most complicated part of the recipe is to remember, the day before, that you must freeze the banana, cut into pieces, and place the raw quinoa in soak (water cover it).

The next day, you put all the ingredients in the blender/processor. I liquefied for at least a minute, because I was afraid that the grain would be hard and complete. If necessary add a little water, although it is normal that the mixture is thick, thanks to the touch of the banana.

To heat that pan well, with very little oil. And ready. They are as fluffy as a television commercial.

To accompany them, you can make made chocolate syrup: in two fingers of very hot water, add two tablespoons of cocoa powder, stevia and ready.

Almond flour pancakes (for dinner)


  • 4 whites
  • 1/3 cup almond flour
  • 1 tablespoon whey protein
  • Stevia
  • Cinnamon to taste


I make these pancakes when I die to eat sweet at night.

First they have to beat the egg whites, and then add the rest of the dry ingredients. Accompany them with what their diet allows them (strawberry jam for example, or homemade chocolate syrup made with cocoa powder and stevia) or they can eat them alone if they are in strict regime.

The almond flour is key so they know how to be rich. But, I must admit, when my nighttime anxiety is at its peak and I have no almond flour left, I have prepared it without it. Of course, those days, my boy does not taste them because he says he tastes like a sweet egg omelette. I comply with warning.

Epilogue: You can also prepare some delicious Banana pancakes, which also do not get fat!

  • Recipe Pancakes banana

Do you want more healthy recipes? Visit our page

  • Healthy Recipes

We also have many simple desserts like this strawberry mousse that you can prepare in less than 30 minutes, and a recipe Chocolate mousse Delicious!

And also, we have many recipes for homemade cookies such as butter cookies, chocolate sponge cake and much more 🙂 You can not complain, Comedera.Com we are fans of desserts 😀

Share on your social networks, we all deserve to eat well!