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Three-Ingredient Banana Pancakes

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  • 1 banana (ripe)
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
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    NutritionView More

    Sodium6% DV140mg
    Fat15% DV10g
    Protein27% DV14g
    Carbs10% DV29g
    Fiber16% DV4g
    Calories250Calories from Fat90
    Total Fat10g15%
    Saturated Fat3g15%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat90
    Total Carbohydrate29g10%
    Dietary Fiber4g16%
    Vitamin A10%
    Vitamin C20%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    Ernie 3 months ago
    Healthy & easy, but time v effort - poor. If you’re looking for a simple breakfast, then look no further; but be warned that the cooking time is slow and tricky. Diet permitting I’d recommend regular pancakes over these any day, purely for the ease of cooking. The bananas can become quite sticky in the pan - I strongly recommend using coconut oil over butter to be able to consistently cook at a lower heat. Cook in small, pikelet sized, batches and have the oven ready too. By the time you get to the last batch, the first ones will be cold.
    Delicious! My family loved them. I blended the ingredients in a shake blender to get it nice and smooth. Sprayed the pan and poured the mixture in. It made about 5 small/medium pancakes. We will have these super easy, no guilt pancakes again!
    Stephanie F. 5 months ago
    Made one batch for myself. Ended up doing the whole banana, just one egg, and vanilla and cinnamon. It was a lot less runny than the last time I made. Better texture. Still tastes like bananas, but I happen to love banana breakfasts.
    Denise Spaight 5 months ago
    These tasted really good and were super easy to make. I had a hard time mashing the banana to a smooth texture so next time I will blend the banana then add the eggs and cinnamon. Added cherries and raspberries on top and a couple dark chocolate chip. Delicious!
    This is super good and super easy to make. I used vanilla extract instead of cinnamon and it was delicious. It’s lighter than a flour pancake but super filling. You definitely taste that it is made of bananas.
    Judy Chiang 2 years ago
    Tasty breakfast material
    English 2 years ago
    My kids loved them! I plan on making them more than regular gluten free pancakes. My daughter is allergic to wheat, soy, and oats and I was excited and happy to find something she was able to enjoy without the side effects.
    Cheryl 2 years ago
    Pretty tasty- low carb
    Isabel B 2 years ago
    Pancakes look like scrambled eggs, even with pam. :(
    Lazenby 3 years ago
    I tried to flip these little guys but only made a mushy mess. They tasted like mashed bananas. At least that part was good.
    M. 3 years ago
    I added a pinch of baking soda to make it fluffy (at least). In overall, it tasted so good!
    Crystal 3 years ago
    I should had mashed the bananas first really well, then add the eggs to mix. It was okay. I'm not a great fan of bananas but okay. I couldn't finish because of the taste of bananas.
    Daniel M. 3 years ago
    Not as good as real pancakes but a healthy snack instead
    Turned out SOOO GOOD! So simple and fast! Perfect for ppl who are always on a go!
    Alyssa Gross 3 years ago
    My children said they were good but didn't like how "slimy " they were inside. had to remind them its mosly banana. might make again. The taste was good.
    Shelby 3 years ago
    It didn't turn out well, but I didn't have a ripe banana and I think that's why it wasn't as good as it could have been.
    Jenna 3 years ago
    Was a little flimsy and small, but tasted good!
    Amanda Dugas 3 years ago
    It didn't stick together no matter what I did. It was mush in a pan.
    Rowan 3 years ago
    delish! i loved it, though it was dificult to mash up yhe bananas fully, it was still super yummy, abd i ended yp making 8 so there was enough to share!
    NIKI m. 3 years ago
    great...did add 1/2 tsp baking soda and cinnamon..
    Zachary S. 3 years ago
    Threw a little cinnamon and a tiny bit of syrup on top and was able to successfully fool myself that these were not regular pancakes
    Chelsea Townes 3 years ago
    Definitely not bad. If you enjoy bananas, I'd recommend as a guilt free breakfast option.
    Stacey Wiltshire 3 years ago
    I put my ingredients into a nutribullet for ease. Tastes amazing and really easy to make. I sprinkled a little golden syrup and nuts on mine
    LaRae MuZeek 3 years ago
    great easy recipes. i would use all the time
    Blanca G. 4 years ago
    They are so easy to make and they are delicious! I will can make them any time and they're ready before I know it !
    Sandy g. 4 years ago
    For 3 simple ingredients I'll have to say these pancakes are easy to make and taste delicious with syrup or fruit topping. I fried mine in coconut oil and I will be making them again.
    Betty B. 4 years ago
    These pancakes are the bomb! Fantastic, easy to make and healthy to eat. I blitzed the mixture in my NutriBullet and cooked in a non stick pan.
    Lian P. 5 years ago
    i love these so much! I always make them on Sunday mornings and they are a hit! Top with ripe peaches and maple syrup and it almost tastes like pie!
    TERESA N. 5 years ago
    I love this recipe….Only a reminder to people watching carbs, still has them even though no flour. Great on protein though. Adding to my "treat keeper" list..
    Debbie B. 5 years ago
    I made it and was impressed with it. It sure helped me get over my pancake craving. I cooked it in no salt butter to prevent it from burning. I would recommend this to anyone trying to cut out on carbs and enjoy a little sweetness.