As delicious as these culinary masterpieces are, they take time, and every now and then I just need something a little simpler. (Okay, a lot simpler... who's with me?!). This is where my two ingredient oat pancakes work their plain-Jane magic.The recipe low-down: First thing’s first, it takes no more than five minutes to make... for me, this is essential. There are two base ingredients, oats and egg. Rolled oats are packed with beta-glucans (a soluble fibre) that help stabilise blood sugar levels and sustain your energy throughout the day, as well as reduce blood LDL cholesterol. How? Because they minimise the absorption of glucose and cholesterol in the gastrointestinal tract. The other ingredient is the humble egg – loaded with protein power to keep you satiated, as well as other important (and often underrated) nutrients including lutein, choline, and zeaxanthin. These are excellent for eye health, neurological health, and growth and development.The beauty of this recipe is you can spice it up with your choice of bonus ingredients from here. My go-to additions are flaxseeds for hormonal support (as they're a phytoestrogen helping to up or downregulate oestrogen, as needed) and goji berries – the OG antioxidant superfood that also exerts some pretty potent neuroprotective benefits... and who doesn't need that of a morning?Grab the recipe and watch Lani make it on IGTV here.Lani’s two ingredient oat pancakesServes 1Ingredients1/2 cup rolled oats1 eggOptional extras:1 tbsp freshly ground flax seeds1 tbsp goji berriesOptional toppings:100% nut butter, to spread1/2 banana, thinly sliced1/2 cup melted berries (from frozen)Hemp seeds, to sprinkleMethodMelt a teaspoon of coconut oil in a pan over medium-heat, or just pre-heat pan if non-stick.Combine base ingredients (including extras, if using) in a bowl. Pour into pan, using a fork to flatten and form the pancake.Cook for 2-3 minutes on each side, or until golden.Top as desired, serve and enjoy!Lani's tip: Have a play around with your toppings! Sometimes I'll use peanut butter and freshly cut strawberries, others I'll add a dollop of coconut yoghurt and some cinnamon – the options are endless... this is where you can find which uber-simple superfoods work for you (minus the fancy breakfast fuss!).