Mini Blueberry Pancakes

When & How

These mini pancakes are a balanced, nourishing breakfast. They can be used as “cereals” into a warm bowl of plant-based milk, as a topping for your yogurt bowls, or they can be consumed “dry” with a spoon of your favorite nut butter. Pair them with a cup of green tea, coffee, or herbal tea. If you’re eating the mini pancakes “dry”, you can try them with a cappuccino or matcha latte. So yummy!


(1 serving)

50g oats (I use gluten-free. You can substitute with oat flour)

1 egg

¼ tsp baking powder

2-4 tbsp unsweetened almond milk (or more to adjust consistency)

20g blueberries, fresh or frozen

1 tbsp of chia seeds or flaxseeds (optional)


  1. Combine all the ingredients in a blender/food processor (except for blueberries). Blend until smooth.
  2. Pour the pancake batter into a bowl and add blueberries. Stir well
  3. Heat some olive oil in a large frying pan and add spoonful of the mixture to make small bite-sized pancakes (about 6-7 cm across). Cook for 3 mins on each side. 
  4. Enjoy with warm plant-based milk (love them with unsweetened cashew milk), yogurt or simply a spoon of almond butter. 



  • You can use other types of flour too. I recommend switching up as much as possible to keep the gut microbiome healthy and the metabolism active.
  • You can substitute the almond milk for the base with other types of plant-based milks or you can go dairy. If you choose the latter, I highly recommend buying organic whole milk.





One of the grains with the most prebiotic fibers, the feed of our gut microbiome. Oats also contain several B vitamins (our energy providers) and iron.


Eggs contain all the essential amino acids (the building blocks of protein) and are easy to digest. Egg yolk is rich in minerals, such as zinc, iron, and other important vitamins that nourish our skin, hair, and nails. The nutrient density of the yolk is also essential for female hormonal health.  



Blueberries are a must for the health and glow of the skin due to their content of some of the most potent antioxidants to fight against free radicals. Also, blueberries boost blood circulation and help with cellulite. This super-fruit is poor in sugar and rich in vitamin C and quercetin, both essential for strong immunity.  



Chia and flax seeds are rich in omega-3 fatty acid in the plant form of ALA (alpha-linolenic acid), which is essential for ovary health and the healthy growth of nails and hair.


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