Oatmeal Pancakes with Dulce de leche Dark Belgian Chocolate

Elevate your breakfast experience with our Oatmeal Pancakes infused with rich Myanbah Farm Dark Belgian Chocolate Dulce de Leche. Crafted for chocolate lovers, this recipe offers a delightful morning treat. Blending oat flour, ripe banana, and almond milk, these pancakes are both simple and satisfying.

Drizzle them generously with chocolate dulce de leche, top with fresh berries, and savor the irresistible flavors. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream for a touch of decadence. Start your day on a sweet note

This recipe will make 6 small pancakes for one person




  • 1/2 a cup oat flour

  • 1 mashed banana

  • 1/8 a cup of almond milk

  • 5-6 Tbsp of Dark Chocolate Dulce de leche from @myanbahfarm

  • Strawberries or blueberries to serve

  • Some butter or olive oil to grease a pan or use a non-stick pan (with no oil use)







  1. In a mixing bowl, mash banana using a fork, then slowly add oat flour to mix well, use an electric hand mixer to make a smooth batter

  2. Once a smooth mix is formed, add almond milk and whisk it to form a smooth and thick batter, add milk slowly, make sure the batter isn’t too thin, and adjust the milk quantity accordingly

  3. Heat a non-stick pan, keep the heat on at mid-range temperature, and by using a small ladle add 1 spoonful of batter in the middle and form a round pancake

  4. Cook for 30-45 seconds then turn it when golden brown on each side and add to a serving plate.

  5. Cook the rest of the pancakes the same way and layer them all together on a serving plate, 3-4 layers each

  6. In a small bowl warm up dulce de leche and top up the pancakes / serve your favorite fruit of berries…..Enjoy!

Serving suggestions: An ice cream such as vanilla is a perfect addition to this meal.

sarika-giffith-profile-photo.jpgRecipes provided by Sarika R Griffith - Central Coast Foodie (Official Ambassador for Myanbah Farm), living in Central Coast Region of NSW, Indian born Australian, has passion for food and love sharing her recipes. Sarika works in the Care sector as a service coordinator and in her spare time loves to go for bush walks, cook yummy food, eat out and spend quality time with her husband Chad. Sarika’s socials are