Nutella Oat Pancake Bombs

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Servings: 12

Imagine this: A round chocolaty (but healthy) pancake in a plate. You take a knife and slowly cut it open to see a warm, toothsome hazelnut and chocolate spread ooze out 😍

This oat and Nutella pancake bomb is - well chocolaty but also heartfelt and delightful. I wouldn't exactly call this "healthy", though it does have oats because the chocolate really overpowers the oat flavor so if you are on a diet check out some of our salad recipes instead>>

We have had a lot on our plate in the past few weeks, running events, hosting live videos, etc, etc, so I am finally getting some time to write a proper post.

To make these pancake bombs you will need:

1 banana - FRESH FRESH FRESH!!!

1 cup rolled oats - Rolled oats are basically whole oats. They are irregularly round and slightly textured.

1 cup almond milk - If you don't have almond milk you can use 1 cup fresh milk instead

2 tbsp. cocoa powder

1 1/2 tsp. baking powder

Sugar (optional) - Nutella is pretty sweet but if you still want to add extra sugar go ahead!

6 tsp. Nutella - Each bomb will have around 1/2 tsp. Nutella

Okay, once you have collected all of your ingredients follow our simple step-by-step method to make your oozy oat and Nutella bombs:

Start off by grinding the rolled oats until they are crushed into a fine powder. Once this happens, add a banana, milk, cocoa powder, and baking powder and grind it on high speed until it becomes a fine batter.

Now take an "appam" maker and grease all of the "holes" with butter. Put your maker onto the stove and turn the flame on medium and leave it there for a few minutes.

Next, pour some batter in every hole until it reaches halfway through the hole. Let it cook for a minute, then add 1/2 tsp off Nutella on top of each hole and immediately cover it with some of the batter.

Now cover the pan and let the pancake bombs cook for 5 minutes at medium heat. Now turn off your stove, and scoop off your pancake bombs into a plate and sprinkle with some chocolate chips... enjoy!

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