Pancakes are one of my favorite things to eat for breakfast, but have you ever tried Mango Oatmeal Pancakes? This recipe for Mango Oatmeal Pancakes is such a delicious and healthy alternative to regular all flour based pancakes. I love experimenting with healthy recipe alternatives, just like my Beetroot Pancakes, and trust me they always turn out just as good if you crack the recipe. So these Mango Oatmeal Pancakes are sure to put the yum back in your boring breakfast meals and try something new. Because after all, who doesn’t love Mangos! Hope you enjoy this recipe.


Ingredients (Makes 3-4 pancakes)

Pancake Batter:

1 egg
1/2 cup of flour
1/2 cup of oats (Quaker)
1/2 cup of milk
1 teaspoon baking powder (add/reduce depending on how thick you want your pancakes)
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup soft brown sugar
1 Mango, diced (1/2) and mashed (1/2)
1/5 cup Olive/Vegetable Oil

Maple syrup
1/2 Mangos diced (From above)


  1. Start with the pancakes batter by adding the dry ingredients first into a bowl – flour, oats, baking powder and brown sugar, and mix them well together. Then take the wet ingredients in a separate bowl – egg, milk, oil & vanilla extract, and combine together by whisking.
  2. Now mix your wet ingredients with the dry by pouring and stirring slowly till you get the right consistency. The batter should neither be too thick nor too runny. Then add your mashed Mango to the batter and stir until you get the perfect consistency.
  3. Once the batter is ready, get a flat pan and heat it with butter/oil. Make the sure the pan is hot enough before you start adding the batter to it. Once the pan is nice and hot, take one spoonful (use a rounded serving spoon so that you could get a good scoop of the batter for a circular shaped pancake). Pour the batter from the spoon. It will take 20-30 seconds to cook on one side and then flip immediately and let it cook for like 30 seconds again on the other side. Once both sides are perfectly browned,  your pancake is ready then. Repeat with remaining batter. You could make 3-4 pancakes with this.
  4. Serve your pancakes stacked on top of each other on a plate, pour a little pancake/maple syrup over the top and some diced mangos, and you’re good to go!