2 Ingredient Pancakes

  • Servings : 1
  • Prep Time : 5m
  • Cook Time : 5m
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  • 1 banana
  • 2 eggs
  • OPTIONAL- 1 tsp vanilla extract


Step 1

Mash banana and run through a food processor to puree

Step 2

Mix the two eggs in with the banana

Step 3

OPTIONAL- Add 1 tsp of vanilla extract and mix all together

Step 4

Warm a skillet over medium or low heat with some oil of your choice

Step 5

Spoon batter into skillet and flip when it starts to bubble *Only 250 calories for a whole stack of pancakes. Double it and make it for the family! They are surprisingly very yummy!

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Comments (38)

  1. posted by Anders Emil on August 28, 2012

    Interesting, but very high-carb; I would definitely add coconut and/or almond flour to increase the protein content.

  2. posted by Sue on August 28, 2012

    Looks easy and tasty! I will be serving these with my delicious pastured bacon this weekend!

  3. posted by Emmett on August 28, 2012

    What type of syrup, or whatever is pictured here, do you put on these?

  4. posted by liz727 on August 29, 2012

    KID TESTED MOTHER APPROVED !!!!!!!!!!!!!! i sprinkled with cinnamon and added a little pure vanilla …….AMAZING…

  5. posted by Kara Klett on August 30, 2012

    It has less carbs than normal pancakes!!

    I use a raw maple syrup but they are delicious without the syrup!

  6. posted by joesteph00 on August 31, 2012

    I spread almond butter on them an it was so good!

  7. posted by supramom on September 1, 2012

    These are amazing! Added a little vanilla. Reminded me of the banana crepes my husband used to make. Delicious!

  8. posted by mom2boxers on September 6, 2012

    I just made these and I am so tickled with how they turned out. Do NOT use coconut oil as it smokes and my pancakes were sticking. I added bacon grease.. yes, I did and they turned out golden and glorious. I added pure maple syrup to mine. YUM!

  9. posted by drumrunner on September 8, 2012

    Like little crepes – delicious!!

  10. posted by Sonya on September 11, 2012

    I made these over the weekend and my hubby & son loved them!

  11. posted by coyote22 on September 14, 2012

    Heaven. I have to stop myself from making a batch of these multiple times a day. So amazing with fresh fruit on top, no syrup needed. Not bad with a side of bacon either…. and SO EASY.

  12. posted by andreawest on September 16, 2012

    I love these! Added a pinch of cinnamon and topped with ghee and raw honey– yum!

  13. posted by Stephanie on September 18, 2012

    I’m going to try these on the weekend, perhaps I’ll have a protein shake on the side to bump up the protein and keep my satisfied. Will definitely cook this in butter, yum!

  14. posted by Kristin crossman on September 20, 2012

    one of the best and easiest paleo breakfast recipes….sooooo yummy and filling

  15. posted by lmkeller37 on September 26, 2012

    I put protein powder right in the batter and they were fantastic! Can’t wait to make them again!!

  16. posted by thephrog on October 1, 2012

    These were very yummy. I added cinnamon, and cooked them in coconut oil, topped with coconut flakes. They didn’t need syrup, but I put it on anyway. Might not use any next time. Make sure you cook on low heat! My stupid stove gets too hot, I burned the first one on medium heat!

  17. posted by Angela on October 5, 2012

    I added 1/4 C cooked Quinoa The texture is more bread like, I make ahead and freez and micro for busy mornings .

  18. posted by AndreaLH on October 6, 2012

    Thank you so much for this recipe!!! I eat these for breakfast almost every morning. So quick and easy. I have 2 pancakes with berries and cashews and a poached egg on the side to make it a perfect Paleo/zone meal.

  19. posted by rallying83 on October 11, 2012

    Absolutely awesome! Had an almost crepe texture. Will be added to my regular breakfast rotation.

  20. posted by deewilmott on October 13, 2012

    Love these so quick and simple.

  21. posted by blerica on November 13, 2012

    I have even missing pancakes and these were delicious! Just add a few berries on top and instant breakfast!

  22. posted by nachomama on November 20, 2012

    This is delicious! THank you so much sharing! I’ve had it twice this week and it stays nicely in the fridge for easy reheating the next day. Yummyyyyyyy

  23. posted by Sherry Kindel on January 1, 2013

    I tried these this morning…3 eggs, 3 bananas. What a mess!! Couldn’t flip them…they fell apart. So I added some coconut flour and coconut palm sugar – still a mess and didn’t really cook well. Any suggestions for the rest of the batter??? (I am not a new cook – have 50+ years under my belt – so it isn’t lack of experience.)

  24. posted by retromama32 on January 6, 2013

    Follow the recipe. 2 eggs, 1 banana

  25. posted by airborne21n on January 27, 2013

    Another variation that I really like is adding 2tbs of almond butter to these kinda helped kept it all together

  26. posted by myGodizamazin on March 16, 2013

    Awesome! We are a new paleo family and everyone liked this, which rarely happens! Quick and easy, delicious! Kids ages 4, 2, and 1 ate them up!

  27. posted by haleyc77 on March 24, 2013

    Thoroughly enjoyed! Made with 2oz banana and 1 egg which made 2 pancake/crepes that I made a bacon egg sandwich with!

  28. posted by Kathy Reed on April 27, 2013

    Delish! Amazing how SWEET they are. I did add a tablespoon of coconut flour to the last 2/3 of the mix, and it made the pancakes a little higher. Thanks!

  29. posted by Quiltygal on April 27, 2013

    Made these for breakfast were lovely even hubby had a taste & said how nice they were will be on my to cook list from now on Thankyou

  30. posted by carissap09 on April 29, 2013

    too runny, added coconut flour, and flaxseed! no syrup needed.

  31. posted by hawaiicainp on June 18, 2013

    these are awesome…I love them cold!!! going to add blueberries to my batch this morning!!
    I’ve used a little honey instead of syrup…but they really don’t need it

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