- 3 bananas (large ripe)
- 6 eggs
- 1/3 cup coconut flour
- coconut oil (for frying)
|Calories120Calories from Fat60|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Anne Kelly a year ago
Not bad. This is the second recipe I’ve tried for pancakes. They can’t be over three inches or they fall apart while flipping. I was looking for something fluffy to get my kids to eat them too. They complain there’s a kinda gritty flavor with the coconut flour. I’ll keep trying.
Gracie a year ago
These are a better version of the two-ingredient banana pancakes I usually make (banana + egg), thanks to the addition of coconut flour. I would definitely make these again because they make a great snack.
Seana Rothman a year ago
These turned out really well! I'm surprised that three simple ingredients could be combined to make such delicious pancakes. They don't even need syrup on top because of the sweetness from the bananas. Plus, I didn't feel groggy after eating them like I usually do with regular pancakes.
Chris H. 2 years ago
I'm probably asking for too much in finding a paleo pancake alternative that taste like "normal" pancakes (aunt Jemima, buttermilk pancakes from your favorite brunch spot) but these did not do it for me at all. Gave it two stars versus one since my boyfriend ate them all up and was happy to finish mine off
Justine J. 4 years ago
I love them they were sweet and take great with fresh berries. They were light and fluffy. My 15 yo love them with syrup and asked to make them again the next day. Paleo recipes are not bad