Healthy Banana Pancakes, No Refined Sugar

Healthy banana pancakes without refined sugar - Lilie Bakery

If you like fluffy pancakes, I'm sure this recipe from healthy banana pancakes will please you! Ideal for breakfast and brunch, easy and quick to prepare, with a delicious banana taste. You can even go without sugar completely for this recipe. So, would you like to know more?

Pancakes, I'm a fan. I love this kind of delicious recipes for breakfast (and not just on weekends for that matter). When I have time, I make a large batch of pancakes, like these banana pancakes, which I freeze for those rushed mornings on weekdays. It's so motivating to get up when you know that delicious pancakes are waiting for you, all you have to do is heat them up ...

What ingredients are needed for these healthy banana pancakes?

Bananas: the most important of this recipe! You need very ripe bananas, they will be naturally sweet, which avoids adding sugar in the recipe.

Flour, yeast, salt: this helps to give the pancakes hold.

Eggs: here they bring all the sweetness to the preparation.

Coconut oil : with its sweet scent, it goes very well with bananas. It also brings softness to pancakes.

Milk: i used almond milk, but any type of plant milk or cow's milk works.

Healthy banana pancakes recipe without refined sugar - Lilie Bakery

Vanilla : it is a flavor enhancer for this recipe (remains optional if you do not want to use it).

Sugar option: if your bananas aren't sweet enough or if you absolutely want to add sugar to the inside of the pancake dough (which I didn't). Go for a touch of maple syrup in the batter, which is an unrefined sugar.

A tip for making bananas ripen faster

If your bananas are not ripe enough for your banana pancakes (and the same goes for all other banana recipes like banana breads), you can bake them to make them ripen! It works with yellow bananas - when they're still green, it doesn't work as well.

Preheat the oven to 150 ° traditional heat, and place your bananas on a baking sheet (whole with their skin) for 30 minutes. Do not be afraid, they will turn all black! Inside it feels like an oven. When then they cool down, you open the bananas and they become very soft and fragrant.

How to make this banana pancakes recipe?

This banana pancake recipe is really quick and easy to prepare. Just crush the bananas and mix them with eggs, coconut oil, vanilla. On the other hand, mix the dry ingredients and then gradually incorporate them into the banana mixture, alternating with the milk.

Healthy banana pancakes without refined sugar - Lilie Bakery

It is not necessary not over-mix the dough, just enough. For cooking, you need a hot pan, coated with a little coconut oil, on which you place a small ladle of dough. We turn the banana pancake as soon as we see small bubbles appear. The pile is done quickly!

How to serve these healthy banana pancakes?

To serve these banana pancakes, you can opt for a touch of Maple syrup or honey for example. If you want to stay "no added sugar", you can simply add a spoon of cottage cheese or yogurt with fresh fruits and nuts. I really like to coat them with an oilseed puree such as almond puree or peanut butter, it's so good. Take what makes you happy!

Other recipes to try

If you like this kind of easy breakfast recipes, I suggest you take a look at these other blog posts you might like: Very moist American pancakes Hazelnut chocolate babka, Banana bread chocolate peanut butter, the Kanelbullar Swedish cinnamon buns, the Light Brussels waffles, Strawberry mango pineapple smoothie,No-Bake Overnight Porridge.

If you make this recipe, don't hesitate to tag @liliebakery on Instagram so I can see your cute pancakes!

Healthy banana pancakes without refined sugar - Lilie Bakery
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Healthy Banana Pancakes, No Refined Sugar

A nice stack of very soft, banana pancakes, no added sugar ...
Preparation10 min
Baking15 min
Total25 min
Type of dish: Snack, Breakfast
Kitchen room: American, French
Number of parts: 10 pancakes

Ingredients:

  • 180 g flour
  • 2 cc baking powder
  • 0,25 cc salt
  • 3 medium-sized, very ripe bananas
  • 3 eggs
  • 165 ml cow's milk or vegetable milk
  • 3 cs cooled melted coconut oil
  • 1 cc natural vanilla extract optional
  • Maple syrup
  • Decor: pecan nuts, banana slices etc ...

Preparation:

  • In a bowl, mash the ripe bananas with a fork. Stir in the eggs, coconut oil, vanilla (optional).
  • In another container, combine the dry ingredients: flour, baking powder and salt.
  • Incorporate these dry ingredients in two batches into the wet ingredients, alternating with the milk. Do not "over-mix" between each addition, mix just enough. If at this stage, the dough seems too thick, do not hesitate to add a little milk.
  • Heat a pan over medium heat and place a thin layer of coconut oil with absorbent paper (as for making pancakes). Using a ladle (mine is 80ml), place a round of dough in the center of the hot pan. As soon as bubbles appear or the edges start to cook, turn the pancake over and continue cooking for about 1 minute. Repeat until you have finished the dough.
  • Serve warm with fruits, nuts, yogurt, maple syrup or any other garnish of your choice!

Notes:

Once cold, you can freeze them by two or three in small freezer bags to enjoy them later. It will suffice to reheat them in a pan or in the microwave.
Did you make this recipe?Tag @liliebakery on Instagram so I can see the result :)

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3 comments

  1. Reply

    LadyMilonguera

    April 16th

    5 stars
    Tempting those pancakes!

  2. Reply

    Céline

    April 16th

    5 stars
    I like these banana pancakes. well i have everything i need except coconut oil, i think i can use rapeseed instead no.
    good idea to freeze them to take them out when needed.
    The photo makes you want

    • Reply

      Lilie bakery

      April 17th

      Hello Céline, yes absolutely, you can use rapeseed oil instead of coconut oil;)

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