These spinach pancakes are a perfect breakfast or snack food for your baby or toddler, and they are packed with healthy greens and nutritious ingredients to keep them smiling.

Don’t let the colour of these spinach pancakes fool you! They are delicious, and your little ones will think they are the coolest with their bright green colour.

These spinach pancakes are packed with natural ingredients with no added sugar unless you want to surprise them with a little honey.

Sweetened with mashed banana and coloured green with fresh spinach, no powders here, just the good stuff. Use this spinach pancake recipe as a base recipe and let your imagination run wild.

What age can your baby enjoy these spinach pancakes?

These spinach pancakes are best suited for six months of age and older or when they get their first teeth.

Benefits of these spinach pancakes

All these ingredients are nutritious and delicious for your growing little one.

The spinach in this recipe: 

  • High water content to keep babies hydrated.
  • High in calcium and other minerals for good bone health.
  • Dietary fibre to help babies have a smooth bowel movement.

The eggs in this recipe: 

  • Helps provide essential A & D vitamins for a healthy immune system.
  • Protein for developing muscles.
  • Provides healthy fat for developing brains.


  • 1 cup all-purpose flour or flour of your choice
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 large bananas
  • 1 1/2 cups baby spinach
  • 1 cup milk of choice


  1. Put spinach, banana, milk, and eggs into a blender, and top it off with your flour.
  2. Blend until smooth. Don’t over blend.
  3. Once batter is smooth, heat your pan with some oil or butter over medium to low heat.
  4. Pour on the batter into a few small pancakes and let it cook until it’s browned then flip and repeat.
  5. Serve room temperature.

Storing your Spinach pancakes
Store your pancakes in the fridge for up to 2 days. If you want to store them longer, I recommend freezing them.

Freeze these spinach pancakes for up to one month. When freezing, make sure to add wax paper between each pancake to keep them from sticking together.

Take the frozen pancakes and place them into your toaster. Reheat on defrost. They make the perfect quick breakfast on busy mornings.

I hope you enjoy making these delicious and nutritious spinach pancakes for your little ones.

Owner & Franchisee of Clamber Club Sports – Claremont