Spinach Banana Blender Pancakes are made with oats, bananas, eggs and spinach. These healthy pancakes are great for toddlers, kids and adults. Plus, they are a sneaky way to get in some extra greens.
Skip the salad and make these pancakes instead. They are filled with spinach and sweetened solely with banana. No, you can't taste the spinach. The natural sweetness of the banana masks it!
They are perfect to meal prep for your entire family. You can keep them in the fridge or freezer to have on hand for those busy mornings.
The best part is... all you need is 4 ingredients and a blender!
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- old fashioned rolled oats - Use gluten free if necessary.
- bananas - Use spotty-brown bananas! Bananas that are green or yellow won't be sweet enough for this recipe. You will have to add in a sweetener like honey, maple syrup or coconut sugar if your bananas aren't ripe.
- eggs - I have not tried this recipe with a flax or chia egg to tell you if it works. Let us know in the comments if you tried!
- fresh spinach - I always buy baby spinach, but it doesn't really matter since it's getting blended up. I don't recommend using frozen spinach in this recipe. It will make the batter watery.
How to make Spinach Banana Blender Pancakes?
- Place ingredients into a blender.
How long are pancakes good for in the fridge?
Store pancakes in an airtight container in the fridge for up to five days.
Can you freeze pancakes for meal prep?
Yes. First, allow the pancakes to cool completely. Then, individually wrap them and store in the freezer for up to 3 months.
How do I reheat pancakes?
Place them into the microwave for 20-60 seconds.
Healthy topping ideas for pancakes?
1. nut butter drizzle
2. unsweetened shredded coconut
3. fresh fruit
4. homemade jelly or jam
5. seeds (chia seeds, ground flax seeds or hemp seeds)
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More Healthy Pancake Recipes to Make
- Gluten Free Sweet Potato Pancakes
- Gluten Free Pumpkin Pancakes
- Kefir Pancakes
- Whole Wheat Applesauce Pancakes
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Spinach Banana Blender Pancakes
- 1 cup old fashioned rolled oats
- 2 spotty-brown bananas
- 2 eggs
- 1 cup fresh spinach
- coconut oil for greasing the pan
- Heat a pan on medium and add coconut oil.
- Cook the pancakes for about 2-3 minutes per side. You may have to adjust the heat. If the pancakes aren’t cooking fast enough, increase the heat. If the pancakes are starting to brown too quickly, lower the heat.
- Serve with your favorite toppings!
This nutrition information is an estimate and should not be taken as fact. The owner of this website is not liable for this estimation.
I just made this for my Sunday morning breakfast and it’s a keeper! I halved it since it’s just me and made 4 small pancakes. Tried it with slightly warmed peanut butter but it definitely benefits from a drizzle of maple syrup. Just terrific!
So happy to hear this, Deb! Thank you for your support. 🙂 – Krista <3
These were so good and so simply to make! 🤩 thank you for such a good recipe!
Thank you, Morgan! I am so glad you enjoyed these pancakes. 🙂 – Krista <3
Can you substitute something for banana?
Hi, Shiri! The banana is what masks the spinach taste due to its natural sweetness. I do not recommend substituting.
So happy you enjoyed!! – Krista <3
Super interested in making these! Can you use frozen bananas if you don’t have any fresh on hand?
I haven't personally tried so I can't guarantee you will obtain the same texture. Let us know if you try!
Sooo in love with this Recipe.. was so simple to make! 🙂 Good option if you want a delicious and easy Sunday breakfast.
Yay!! Glad to hear that you love the pancakes! - Krista <3
So yummy!!! Loved how quick and easy these were to make for pancakes!
Thank you, Caitlin! 🙂
What kind of oats were used?
old fashioned rolled oats
I just the pancakes this morning for the first time, and my husband and I love it! Thank you for posting such a healthy, so-easy-to-make recipe.
Yay! So glad you both enjoyed. 🙂
This recipe was delicious! So easy and healthy- will definitely be making these again!