Baby’s oats pancake is a good addition to baby and toddler foods because oats is rich in fibre and also contains vitamins and minerals to boost their development. As always, it is a better option to use than ordinary flour if you can to make baby’s food.
This simple and easy baby’s oats pancake can serve as a finger food, as part of their weaning meal. It is made and sweetened with just banana to give it that sweet taste without overdoing it. It is also flavoured with nutmeg and I love using it because of its lovely flavour. It has also been said that it helps to calm babies down…so a good spice to add to your baby’s food.
Baby’s Oats Pancake Recipe
- 1-2tbsp oats flour
- 1/2 ripe banana (mashed)
- 1 small egg
- Pinch of nutmeg
- Butter or oil
- Break and whisk egg into a bowl, then add the mashed banana, oats flour and nutmeg and mix well.
- Grease pan with butter or oil, scoop in the mix in small batches to cook on both sides.
- Serve alone as a finger food or with other foods like pap.