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Spinach Oat Pancakes Recipe for Babies

By Hemapriya Natesan @MyLittleMoppet

November 22, 2017 Leave a Comment

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As your baby grows older, you can see that he is starting to exhibit his own distinctive personality. He may start showing certain marked preferences, especially when it comes to food! Some of these may go away in time, while some may stick. Since we’d all like our kids to grow up enjoying their vegetables just as much as their burgers, it makes sense to start young! Today’s recipe is one such attempt to make your baby a greens-lover – Spinach oat pancakes! The beautiful green color, the nutrition of spinach, banana and oats along with an easy to eat texture – what more could a Mom ask for?

Spinach Oat Pancakes Recipe for Babies

Give your baby a healthy, nutritious start to the day with these Spinach Oat Pancakes! They don't just look   nice, they taste real good as well!

Ingredients:

  • 1 ½ bowl quick cooking oats
  • 2 cups fresh spinach
  • 1 over ripe banana
  • Oil for making the pancakes (optional)

Spinach Oat Pancakes

Method:

1. In a grinder jar pulse the oats to powder.

2. Add washed spinach leaves and tender stems along with over ripe banana to the same grinder jar.

Spinach Oat Pancakes

3. Pulse 3-4 times, to get a smooth batter. Add water as required. The batter should be not very runny, nor too thick. It should resemble a dosa batter.

Spinach Oat Pancakes

4. Heat a non-stick pan. Drizzle some oil.

5. Put a ladle full of batter in the center and allow to spread. You may flatten it slightly with the back of the ladle. Do not spread much.

Spinach Oat Pancakes

6. Cover and cook. The pancake will rise a little.

Spinach Oat Pancakes

7. Flip the pancake when light bubbles start to form. Cook the other side uncovered.

Spinach Oat Pancakes

8. Make all the pancakes similarly. Serve warm with some honey or as it is.

Give your baby a healthy, nutritious start to the day with these Spinach Oat Pancakes! They don't just look   nice, they taste real good as well!

As you can see, these Spinach Oat pancakes are gluten free and vegan. It is also salt, sugar and egg-free, with the banana acting as both as an egg substitute and as a natural sweetener.  This can be given to babies after 9 months of age. The bright green will also make these appealing to older kids, and you can serve it with honey to make it more interesting!

Give your baby a healthy, nutritious start to the day with these Spinach Oat Pancakes! They don't just look   nice, they taste real good as well!

Spinach Oat Pancakes Recipe for Babies  
Spinach Oat Pancakes Recipe for Babies
Save Print PREP TIME 15 mins COOK TIME 10 mins TOTAL TIME 25 mins   Give your baby a healthy, nutritious start to the day with these Spinach Oat Pancakes! They don't just look nice, they taste real good as well! Author: Poonam Recipe type: Breakfast Cuisine: Indian Serves: 6 INGREDIENTS
  • 1 ½ bowl quick cooking oats
  • 2 cups fresh spinach
  • 1 over ripe banana
  • Oil for making the pancakes (optional)
METHOD
  1. In a grinder jar pulse the oats to powder.
  2. Add washed spinach leaves and tender stems along with over ripe banana to the same grinder jar.
  3. Pulse 3-4 times, to get a smooth batter. Add water as required. The batter should be not very runny, nor too thick. It should resemble a dosa batter.
  4. Heat a non-stick pan. Drizzle some oil.
  5. Put a ladle full of batter in the center and allow to spread. You may flatten it slightly with the back of the ladle. Do not spread much.
  6. Cover and cook. The pancake will rise a little.
  7. Flip the pancake when light bubbles start to form. Cook the other side uncovered.
  8. Make all the pancakes similarly. Serve warm with some honey or as it is.
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