Indigo Herbs, Britmums #BML17 & Organic Eggless Chia Seeds Banana Pancakes

Indigo Herbs, Britmums #BML17 & Eggless Organic Banana Pancakes


So what do these have in commend?

Well… let me brake it down for you:

Indigo Herbs has offered their sponsorship for me to go to Britmums Live (#BML17) for the second year in a row! Yeay!

They have also given me the Organic Chia Seeds to test out! Yeay!

I have created a delicious Eggless Organic Chia Seeds Banana Pancake and my kids loves it! Yeay!


Why am I making it Eggless?

Since I found out that Evelyn has allergy to eggs – we have become more or less – an eggless consumption household. We rarely buy and eat eggs in front of her now as we don’t want her to feel left out.

Though, her favourite food was scramble eggs and pancakes – I have now found a way to change this for her. I have found myself creating her favourite food – pancake, but an eggless one. With the help of Indigo Herbs, I am more and more confident now that this will be a thing of a regular Saturday and Sunday morning treats scene.



But first let’s take a look what Chia Seeds has to offer…

Indigo Herbs, Britmums & Vegan Banana Pancakes

Health Facts:

  • contain more iron than spinach – essential for the blood
  • more calcium than milk, in conjunction with magnesium and phosphorus – is responsible for promoting healthy bones and teeth, muscle contraction and relaxation and cell communication.
  • Rich in vitamins B1, B3 and biotin (vitamin B7) – these are all very important vitamins for the brain and work in tandem to protect the nervous system – vitamin B3 in particular is a powerful anti-oxidant for the brain.
  • high amounts of zinc, copper and manganese – these essential minerals work best together and promote healthy immune function, help to fight free radicals and are vital for healthy nails and shiny hair!
  • selenium supports the immune system – essential component of the thyroid
  • chromium is essential for glucose metabolism and normalises glucose levels in the blood.



Here’s how you can also make some for your wonderful little buds too!

Print Recipe
Eggless Banana Pancake with Indigo Herbs Organic Chia Seeds Yum
If you don't have organic ingredients - then just normal ingredients are absolutely fine.
Indigo Herbs, Britmums #BML17 & Eggless Organic Banana Pancakes
Course Breakfast
Cuisine British
Prep Time 2 mintues
Cook Time 5 mintues
large pancakes
Course Breakfast
Cuisine British
Prep Time 2 mintues
Cook Time 5 mintues
large pancakes
Indigo Herbs, Britmums #BML17 & Eggless Organic Banana Pancakes
  1. Place all ingredients into a blender, except for the coconut oil.
  2. Blend until you have a fairly medium-thick mix. Add more milk if the mixture is too think.
  3. Melt a small knob of coconut oil in a non-stick pan and turn heat down to middle heat.
  4. Pour half a cup of the mix onto the centre of the pan.
  5. Tilt the pan in a circular motion to spread out the mix out thinly.
  6. It will become thick and lumpy if it is just leave it in the middle of the pan.
  7. Wait for one side of the pancake to heat up to light-medium brown then with a spatular turn it over to cook the other side. Or for those who are a little more confident - you can just toss it in the air and flip the uncooked side down.
  8. Serve hot with fresh fruits and Indigo Herbs Organic Dark Maple Syrup, Organic Yacon Syrup, honey or golden syrup.

Tips: Enjoy these little nutritional powerhouses in smoothies, sprinkled on top of yoghurt or salads or add to stews and soups to thick



Our Verdict!

E&E will let you know at the end of our How-to video : …

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What type of pancakes do you like? Do share – I’d love to hear all about it.

Indigo Herbs, Britmums #BML17 & Eggless Organic Banana Pancakes

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*All photos, words, and opinions are honest and of my own.



  1. 19/05/2017 / 10:09 am

    I had no idea that eggless pancakes were possible!! These sound really good. My girls love pancakes (particularly with Nutella!). I will give these ones a try since we don’t buy a lot of eggs, so we don’t always have them to hand. #FabFridayPost
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  2. 19/05/2017 / 1:09 pm

    I didn’t know you could make pancakes without eggs – learnt something completely new! These do look scrummy and might be an idea for the Tubblet as she doesn’t like eggs at all.
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  3. 24/05/2017 / 10:28 pm

    can’t go wrong with pancakes! And these sound super healthy!

  4. 25/05/2017 / 12:15 pm

    These look delicious, and my Little has an egg allergy too! Possibly next up on the weekend fare menu! Thanks Su! xoxo #FabFridayPost xoxo
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  5. sam macaree
    16/06/2017 / 10:48 am

    i really wanna try chia seeds and i eat way too many eggs!

  6. Chiara S.
    18/06/2017 / 8:02 am

    These look delicious! Chia seeds make a great pancake topping too.

  7. 18/06/2017 / 9:12 pm

    These sounds delicious. Enjoy Britmums and what a great sponsor to have x

  8. Tracy Nixon
    20/01/2018 / 2:50 pm

    Great recipe especially for people with egg allergies – which I have!

  9. jo liddement
    20/01/2018 / 4:54 pm

    Lovely recipe. I love using chia seeds and put them in my morning smoothies.

  10. Megan Kinsey
    20/01/2018 / 5:17 pm

    These sound delicious, I can’t wait to try! I bought some chia seeds ages ago but they’ve just been sat in the cupboard because I wasn’t sure what else to do with them!

  11. Ashleigh Allan
    20/01/2018 / 10:42 pm

    Sounds very good

  12. Tee Simpson
    20/01/2018 / 11:12 pm

    This recipe sounds delicious

  13. Heather Haigh
    21/01/2018 / 9:26 am

    Great ideas, must try them

  14. Margaret Gallagher
    21/01/2018 / 2:17 pm

    Great recipe
    Always great to add to my recipe collection
    My sister will love these ( egg allergy for 50 years – shes also called evelyn !! )

  15. amanda w
    07/02/2018 / 2:28 pm

    sounds like something i need to try!!!yum yum yummy!

  16. Karen Hughes
    15/02/2018 / 12:46 am

    My daughter is allergic to eggs as well. It is a nightmare finding treats for her. So many things have eggs in them or are glazed with egg ( even bread rolls)

  17. Chiara
    18/02/2018 / 5:48 pm

    I love chia seeds and have an intolerance to egg white, so this is perfect for me haha. Thanks so much for sharing! 🙂

  18. Fiona jk42
    23/02/2018 / 9:05 pm

    My daughter recently became vegan (she was previously vegetarian like me). She will be interested to try a pancake recipe that has no eggs. These look delicious.

  19. Jeanette Leighton
    24/02/2018 / 12:34 pm

    These sound yummy love pancakes not good at making them though wouldn’t dare toss a pancake lol

  20. Alastair Pert
    24/02/2018 / 4:19 pm

    These look delicious! And so easy.

  21. Hazel Rea
    24/02/2018 / 9:31 pm

    They sound really tasty – I hadn’t heard of using chia seeds as a substitute for eggs, though I have used various other substitutions.

    • 25/02/2018 / 4:09 pm

      Chia seeds is not a substitute for eggs in this case. It’s the bananas that is the substitute. Chia seeds are the added extra that makes it more yummy! 🙂 x
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  22. Fiona jk42
    24/02/2018 / 10:56 pm

    I tried these pancakes for lunch today. I substituted soy milk for cows milk. I really enjoyed the pancakes which I had with maple syrup.

    • 25/02/2018 / 5:07 pm

      Fantastic! I’m so glad you like this recipe. Soy Milk as a substituted for cow milk is also interesting too! I must try. 🙂
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