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Eggless Vanilla Pancake

eggless fluffy vanilla oats pancake with syrup

After making few eggless desserts, my friends asked me to create eggless pancake. The challenge was to keep it fluffy, make it healthier, and the taste should be if not the same then better than the regular pancake. So I made Eggless Vanilla Pancake!

eggless fluffy vanilla oats pancake a slice taken

If you are a foodie, you know that you are blessed, not only with cooking skills, but also the fact that you can create any dish you want since you are familiar with how combination of ingredients work together.

eggless fluffy vanilla oats pancake freshly made

Making these eggless pancakes were fun, my sister who is huge fan of pancakes and not so with oats, loved it and thought it’s lighter and more tasty than regular pancakes.

eggless fluffy vanilla oats pancake overhead shot

These pancakes are low in calories, low in fat, and will taste great with your choice of toppings.

eggless fluffy vanilla oats pancake

There is no oil in this batter, but that doesn’t mean to indulge with high calorie toppings like butter and maple syrup. Always add fruit to your breakfast, your body will thank you for it.

Eggless Vanilla Pancakes
Makes 7 pancakes. 86 calories per pancake.

1/2 cup all purpose flour
1/2 cup quick oats flour
1 cup milk
1 tablespoon sugar
1 tablespoon cornstarch
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1 tablespoon baking powder
2 teaspoon vanilla
Pinch of salt

– To make the oats flour, take half a cup of quick oats, add to a food processor, ground until it form a flour like consistency.
– In a bowl, whisk together flour, oats flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and cornstarch. Keep aside.
– In a different bowl, mix milk with sugar, and vanilla until the sugar dissolves.
– Pour previous mixture on the dry ingredients and mix gently. Do not over mix, and ignore any lumps.
– Heat the pan (I used non-stick pan), pour 1/4 cup from the batter in the pan, keep the heat medium low.
– When bubbles appear and the bottom is light brown, flip the pancake and cook on the other side for one or two minutes.
– Serve hot, with your favorite toppings.


  1. You’re so smart, no oil and no eggs but they look wonderful!

  2. I must give this recipe a try soon. They look so fluffy and beautiful.

    • munatycooking

      You won’t notice a difference from the regular pancakes, you might enjoy these more 😉

  3. These look delicious! Perfect for a ‘breakfast’ dinner. 🙂

  4. my favorite pancake recipe ever!! can i use old fashion oatmeal instead of the quick oatmeal??

  5. can i use old fashion oatmeal?? they look amazing!!

    • munatycooking

      Thanks Hajar, but I never used old fashioned oats in this recipe, I guess if you ground it, it might give the same result. I suggest you make a small amount just to test it first.

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