Banana Pancakes

TWO INGREDIENTS make up this wholesome breakfast. These were super delicious and I’m so glad I finally tried them! Pancakes are such a fun Sunday morning breakfast, and with this recipe it’s easy to enjoy the treat with absolutely no guilt. There’s only two ingredients in the “pancake mix”, both of which I use in my breakfasts multiple times per week.

You’ll Need:

  • one banana
  • two fresh eggs
  • mixing bowl
  • Ninja Master Prep (optional, but this is how I mashed my bananas)
  • a large skillet for baking
  • a thin spatula
  • coconut oil cooking spray
  • toppings: berries, nut butter, pure maple syrup, etc.

Directions:

  1. whisk two eggs in a bowl
  2. slice banana and place in Ninja Master Prep
  3. add eggs to banana mix
  4. spray skillet with coconut oil spray and turn to medium-high heat
  5. drop small amounts of mixture across the skillet
  6. let cook for 1-2 minutes per side
  7. add  your favorite toppings and enjoy!

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I ate this entire batch myself, apart from the couple bites I shared with Everett (another plus is that if you’re giving your baby eggs, they’re baby-friendly!). I figure it’s essentially equivalent to eating two eggs and a banana with almond butter! For an extra clean version, use organic ingredients, nut butter with no added sugars, salt or oils, and farm fresh eggs!

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This recipe is both gluten and dairy free.

 

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Kelly Jo Johnson | Forever Golden Living

wife & mama. blog author. photographer. style obsessed. for booking & collaborations 📧: kellyjophoto@gmail.com

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