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Adjust Servings:
Pancake batter
100 g 3Bears apple cinnamon porridge
200 ml oat milk
1 tsp baking powder
1 Tbs flaxseed
Sautéed apple
1 apple(s)
1 Tbs coconut sugar
0.5 tsp cinnamon
Optional additional toppings
maple sirup
mixed frozen berries
soy yogurt seriously so good with soy yogurt!
fresh mint
Apple-Cinnamon Oatmeal Pancakes

Apple-Cinnamon Oatmeal Pancakes

  • 20 min
  • Serves 1
  • Medium


  • Pancake batter

  • Sautéed apple

  • Optional additional toppings



Hi guys! As I’m quite obsessed with pancakes (they’re literally the tastiest breakfast ever!), I thought I’d create another super-healthy pancake recipe for you: Apple-Cinnamon Oatmeal Pancakes! They’re perfect in winter when there are fresh apples available and you can benefit from the warming effect of cinnamon, but practically you can make these pancakes anytime throughout the year. Cinnamon is an all-year spice for me! These pancakes literally taste like baked oatmeal because this time I didn’t use my usual buckwheat flour – I used oatmeal!

And not just any oatmeal, I used the delicious Apple Cinnamon Porridge by 3bears. It’s basically a blend of following ingredients:

Oats, 24% dried apple pieces, 7% apple flour, 2% cinnamon, rice flour.

If you want to remake this recipe RIGHT NOW but you don’t have this porridge by hand, you can mix your porridge yourself by combining:

  • 66g oats
  • 31g dried apple
  • 2g cinnamon

Simple as that 🙂

And as if this cinnamon-apple flavour explosion you get from the pancakes wasn’t enough, there’s also sautéed cinnamon apple cubes on top of the stack. So juicy, hearty and sweet at the same time! Apples and cinnamon are a magical combination.

One last note, before we start with the pancakes: These oatmeal pancakes are a little softer and more brittle than your usual flour pancakes. Be careful when you flip them 😉

Now let’s begin! ❤️



Add the porridge mixture to a high-speed blender and pulse until you get a fine consistency almost like flour.


Combine flaxseed (I recommend ground flaxseed, just grind it in your blender), ground oatmeal, baking powder and oat milk in a bowl. Let batter rest for 10 minutes while you chop your apple and preheat your cooking surface.


Chop the apple into cubes and add it to a small pan covered with water.


Bring to boil, then simmer at low heat for 3-4 minutes. Add the coconut sugar and cinnamon towards the end and stir well. Add more water if necessary. After 3 minutes turn off the heat and leave the apple on the warm surface while you make the pancakes.


While the apple cubes are simmering, preheat electric griddle to medium heat. It should be so hot that a waterdrop would sizzle on the surface. Use a non-stick pan to fry without oil. Pour batter onto the griddle or use a spoon. Flip carefully with a spatula after about 3-4 minutes and fry from the other side until golden brown. Repeat process with the rest of the batter.


Create a pancake stack, top with cinnamon apple, berries of your choice, mint leaves, and maple syrup. ENJOY!

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