ZERO POINT Banana Pancakes

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5Ingredients
15Minutes
90Calories

Ingredients

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  • 2 bananas
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
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    90Calories
    Sodium7% DV170mg
    Fat4% DV2.5g
    Protein8% DV4g
    Carbs5% DV14g
    Fiber8% DV2g
    Calories90Calories from Fat25
    % DAILY VALUE
    Total Fat2.5g4%
    Saturated Fat1g5%
    Trans Fat
    Cholesterol105mg35%
    Sodium170mg7%
    Potassium250mg7%
    Protein4g8%
    Calories from Fat25
    % DAILY VALUE
    Total Carbohydrate14g5%
    Dietary Fiber2g8%
    Sugars7g14%
    Vitamin A4%
    Vitamin C10%
    Calcium10%
    Iron4%

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

    Reviews(36)

    Agnieszka D. 5 days ago
    it turned out amazing i love banana pancakes i also made some with my mint chocolate protein powder and it was just amazing
    Jessica Merritt 6 days ago
    def wont make again. didnt taste good. way to squishy. couldnt flip them.. yuck.
    Michael Meltzer 19 days ago
    it turned out perfect. I added nuts with the desired result.
    Iris 20 days ago
    Thin pancakes but was good
    Pamela 24 days ago
    I added 2 scoops of a plant based vanilla protein powder to make these a perfect breakfast. They were yummy!
    Carmillia Budiman a month ago
    Really delicious but actually too soft and fluffy - so much so that you can't flip them! We slow cooked them with a lid on the frying pan to help it firm up but still super soft. Some of them ended up as banana pancake scramble - still tasted good
    Gøril Holmeslet a month ago
    loved it! did as some of the comments recommended and added some flour (2 tablespoons), 1/2 teaspoon baking soda and 1/2 teaspoon baking powder plus 4 tablespoons oatmeal, did let it sit in the fridge for about 15 min. Not difficult at all to flip, cooked them wery low and slow. so sweet and nice, ate them bare!
    Mannetje a month ago
    made the 4 serving quantity and it had too much of an egg taste
    Evangeline Goodwin a month ago
    It was very hard to flip but tasted absolutely delicious! I didn’t have a food processor so I just mashed with a fork which could account for it.
    Jesse Schaaf 2 months ago
    taste good. to thin and hard to flip. wont do it again.
    Talal Idriss 2 months ago
    Excellent taste but could not get the color right
    DR Thomas 2 months ago
    I omit the baking powder making them easier to flip. Can't taste a difference.
    Krystal 2 months ago
    I added coconut flour and subbed maple extract for vanilla. You have to cook them *really* slow and I found a sweet spot at about 6 on my stove. 1/8c makes cute, tiny things that you can easily eat in a bite. So, too small for my typical pancake tastes but makes a great on the go snack if you premake them. Tasted like Banana Bread- I wish I had some walnuts to add. The second half I added a half scoop of chocolate protein powder to give it some value. It went well enough. Make these if you have an hour to make 10 tiny pancakes
    Zaineb Ali 2 months ago
    Like everyone is saying, not easy to flip and maybe slightly less enjoyable than regular pancakes but in all fairness it is a quick and easy(ish) way to stay on top of goals and enjoy yourself! Know the saying have your cake and eat it? That’s how I feel right now after tracking my breakfast. Also, I may have added 0.8 tsp of syrup and a cup of milk. Yum ♥️
    Foster 2 months ago
    I just did 1 banana, 1 egg, half a table spoon of baking powder and a bit of baking soda, didn’t enjoy, they where quite difficult to flip but nothing impossible. I didn’t like the taste it was a bit boring
    Ken 3 months ago
    Not to good .Difficult to cook and turn over.I think it need about 1:4-1/2 cup of flower
    Parsons 3 months ago
    tasted great, but they didn't set up very well. impossible to flip, so they were all smushed.
    Zephyr Hansen 3 months ago
    good, a little bit too weak and falls apart. taste makes up for it
    Wendy Orozco 4 months ago
    I loved this recipe...i did add 1/2 cup steel cut oats.
    Ana Evangelista 4 months ago
    Quedan muy ricos, para los últimos añadí a la mezcla un poco de cocoa y azúcar morena, un poco de leche y un poco de harina,
    Ann Stromberg 5 months ago
    I agree with others in that the batter, even after spraying the pan, stuck to the pan & burned before cooked enough to turn over. I found the taste bland. Next time I’ll add a tablespoon or two of coconut flour & double the cinnamon, hopefully that will improve them.
    Lauren Reiner 5 months ago
    They did not cook or flip well. Used my food processor to make the batter. Cooked on griddle with coconut oil. Did not get stable enough to flip. No wishing I had read reviews initially.
    Sarah Tucker 5 months ago
    Like the other reviews state flour needs to be added and they do burn quickly. I added two tablespoons of GF All Purpose Flour and cooked them low and slow and they turned out great!
    Julie 5 months ago
    Added two teaspoons of flour, these are sooo fluffy and taste delicious!
    MorganStrickland 6 months ago
    soooooooo good! I would recommend putting nutella and strawberries on them. I also think that a little bit of vanilla protein powder adds a nice bit of protein and flavor.
    Samantha H 6 months ago
    I also added flour thanks to the reviews. They held well, kids loved them.
    Crawford 6 months ago
    Best if cooked on lower heat for a much longer time than regular pancakes. My kids ate these plain and they were filling. I will definatly make these again. They are a little difficult to cook but with a little practice they will come out like pancakes. (The first ones looked more like scrambled eggs!)
    Ayyash A. 6 months ago
    i listened to the reviewers and added flour, it burns quite quickly, but really light, really easy to eat
    Amanda Easton 6 months ago
    It was great flavour but it just falls apart. Added a tablespoon of self raising flour and the fluffiness really complemented the flavour as well as keeping it totally.
    Sara Clark Nixon 7 months ago
    tasted good but not a great texture. Did NOT look like the picture.