Recipe: 3 ingredient banana pancakes

Hi friends! I hope you’re having a great week. I wanted to share an easy go-to breakfast recipe with you in case you’re looking for a new one. This one I make 2-3 times a week and is a big hit around our house especially for Rush.

I found this recipe from another blogger when my husband and I were doing our first round of whole30 a couple years ago. It is such an easy recipe and great for everyone in the family.

These pancakes are not your normal fluffy pancakes with flour or oats in them, they are mushy due to the bananas but they are so good. You can add syrup but we never do. We love adding peanut butter, almond butter, or fruit on top as the toppings. I hope you enjoy this recipe below!

Recipe:

Ingredients:

•2 bananas

•1 egg

•dash of cinnamon

Details: First, for every two bananas add one egg so if you would like a larger batch just keep that in mind when making but for the smaller batch are used to bananas and one egg for this batch. You will peel your bananas and place them in a bowl and mash them with a fork then add your one egg and cinnamon and stir together with the fork continuing to mash.

Then, you will coat a griddle or pan on top of the stove with some type of oil I always use avocado oil because I find that they cook easier with a slower burn. I have tried ghee butter and unsalted butter but they seem to burn to quick.

Next, you will cook the pancake in the pan for a couple minutes on each side until it is golden brown you will see the edges of the pancake bubble like a normal pancake when cooking. When the edges start to bubble that is when you know that you can flip it but with these pancakes because they are so heavy it might take a time or two to flip until cooked.

Lastly, you will add your toppings and that is it. Such an easy recipe and very good for the whole family I hope you enjoy and thank you for reading 🙂 have a safe and happy day



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