Cooking With Dro: Vegan Banana Walnut Peach Coconut Pancakes


It’s been such a long time since we’ve been on our blog! Hope everyone has been doing well. 2022 has been a heck of a year but it’s still many blessings and gratitude over here! With that said, let’s dive into our newest recipe! 

Pancakes are a big favorite over here at The Flyest Vegan and we love to remix different recipes all the time. This time we tried adding in bananas, peaches, walnuts and coconut! If you’re a lover of tropical fruits, then this recipe is definitely for you! 

My Ingredient List:

-Arrowhead Mills Organic Spelt Flour (or any flour of your choice) 
-365 Brand Organic Coconut Milk
-1 peach peeled & sliced (or use canned peaches) 
-1 banana cut in half
-Grapeseed oil
-Coconut flakes 

-Handful of walnuts 

-Maple syrup 


10 Minutes

Let's Get It:

1. As you all know, I’m not really a measurement person when I cook and bake and most of the time I’m cooking for myself or an extra. However, I’ll add suggested measurements for the sake of this recipe. In a bowl, start off with 11/2-2 cups of spelt flour (or any flour of your choice). 

2. Cut a banana in half and place one half in the bowl. The banana is used as an egg replacement. Yes, that’s right! If you didn’t know, banana is a great replacement for eggs, especially when baking and making sweet treats. Keep the other half for later. 

3. Add in 1-11/2 cup of coconut milk. Again, I do not measure. Be sure to keep a look out on the consistency of the batter once it’s being mixed. 

4. Begin mixing the concoction together until blended well. Next add in the grapeseed oil, a pinch of nutmeg and cinnamon, and 1/2 cup of coconut flakes. Mix it all together. 

5. Heat a pan on the stove and add some oil on it. Add batter onto hot pan and flip both sides until browned as usual. 

6. Once you’re ready to serve, cut up the other half of the banana into slices as well as the sliced peach. Add them on top of your pancakes and sprinkle some coconut flakes and walnuts on top. 

And you’re all done! Add some maple syrup on top and BOOM. A delicious, tasty tropical twist on pancakes!