Baby Pancakes – Apple and Oat
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Baby Pancakes – Apple and Oat
Oh my goodness one of my kids favourite foods, for breakfast, snacks or dessert are these baby pancakes. I started making them as a finger food for my eldest when he was weaning. My youngest is now two and a half years old, and I can honestly say these baby pancakes with apple and oat remain a huge hit! As evidenced by the fact when I made two batches yesterday to take the pictures they were completely demolished by my three kiddos.
When my kids have traditional pancakes for breakfast they, of course, love them, but I find they need a second breakfast almost an hour later as the energy has gone through them so fast! This is why I prefer these oat and apple-based baby pancakes as the energy is much more sustaining than a traditional pancake, meaning there are far fewer hangry moments after having them!
They are quite a filling pancake, a heavier denser style, but my kiddos have never complained. I make them with a dash of maple syrup, but this can be missed out depending on the apple puree you are using. If you are using a sweet apple the pancakes will be sweet enough, if it is a more tart apple than the maple syrup just ensures these baby pancakes are gobbled up.
Baby Pancakes and other breakfast ideas for baby led weaning
I often get asked about breakfast ideas for baby led weaning or ideas that are suitable as a first finger food.
Pancakes are always popular, some other baby pancake recipes I’ve made often include
If you aren’t into making pancakes, toast fingers with nut butter are great, pieces of omelet works well, chunks of avocado, and smoothies
My kids love smoothies, I have two posts with ideas s, and
Another suggestion would be my , they are simple and great for babies kids and adults
Previously on My Kids Lick The Bowl
- Place oats into a food processor and blitz until fine
- Add remaining ingredients and blend until smooth, the mixture will be thick
- Drop spoonfuls onto a medium heat greased pan
- Flip the pancakes when bubbles form and burst on the surface
- This recipe will work with any milk or alternative,
- This recipe is wheat free but not gluten free if traditional oats are used
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
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Hi Very interested in finding out what the dip is that was used with the baby apple pancakes. Thanking you in advance. Rachel.
Wondering what age you started baby led weening and do having only two botton teeth matter. My boy is 7 months will eat anything but im afraid he will just swallow and not chew…
What do you mean by apple purée? Put raw apple in a blender? Cook it first? Apple sauce? Thanks!
Cooked apple that is then blended. Or no added sugar apple sauce.
I grated the apple and it worked fine, in case you dont want to cook it before.
Sorry, but I have a correction for everyone with Celiacs. There is no gluten in oats. You will be fine to eat these.