A Paleo Breakfast: 2-Ingredient Pancakes

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Get this:  This pancakes recipe does not require ANY flour.  No almond flour, no coconut flour, nada.  In fact, it only requires TWO ingredients.  Two healthy ingredients… Just 2 Eggs and a Banana, that’s it! It’s pretty easy to make too, so that’s also pretty awesome.

Ingredients

  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 Banana
2 Ingredient Pancakes!
Your Happy Healthy Ingredients


That’s it!  And the instructions are super easy too!

Instructions

1.  Peel the banana and cut it in to pieces and throw it in a Mixing Bowl.  Go ahead and crack those two eggs in there too.

2 Ingredient Pancakes!
Time to mix your pancake mix!


2.  Mix it all about! You can use a mixer like I did, so that you can get a more even consistency.  If you don’t have one laying around, just make sure you blend it well enough!

2 Ingredient Pancakes!
Banana-Egg Pancake Mix


3.  Oil up your Skillet/Pan(I used Coconut Oil) and then pour the paleo pancakes mix in to the pan.  Cook like you would with normal pancakes.

2 Ingredient Pancakes!
Making Pancakes!


4.  Eat it! I drizzled some Honey on mine.  But really, the banana pancakes are already sweet, so that is totally optional.

The important thing here though, is to realize it is obviously not going to taste exactly like pancakes you make from flour.  However, for a pancake that doesn’t have any flour, it is quite and awesome recipe find!

Looking for even MORE paleo breakfast recipes?  Check out my Ultimate Paleo Breakfast Recipes Roundup!  I literally gathered over 100+ Paleo Breakfast Recipes right here! There’s 121 to be exact! There are Egg Muffins, “Oatmeal”, Skillets, Pancakes, Quiches, and MORE! Make one per day and you are settled for the next 4 months!
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A Paleo Breakfast: 2-Ingredient Pancakes

A Paleo Breakfast: 2-Ingredient Pancakes

Ingredients

  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 Banana

Instructions

Peel the banana and cut it in to pieces and throw it in a Mixing Bowl.  Go ahead and crack those two eggs in there too.

Mix it all about! You can use a mixer like I did, so that you can get a more even consistency.  If you don’t have one laying around, just make sure you blend it well enough!

Oil up your Skillet/Pan(I used Coconut Oil) and then pour the paleo pancakes mix in to the pan.  Cook like you would with normal pancakes.

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 248 Total Fat: 10g Saturated Fat: 3g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 6g Cholesterol: 372mg Sodium: 143mg Carbohydrates: 28g Net Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 3g Sugar: 15g Sugar Alcohols: 0g Protein: 14g
The nutrition information for this recipe is an approximate total per serving. Please double check the nutrition information for your exact ingredients and brands for more precise nutrition information.

80 comments

  1. These were quite tasty! I made them in a mini-Omlet pan and tried them in a mini-waffle pan. Worked out better I thin bc the batter is so thin. I will def make again! Maybe try those egg molds to keep the batter from running.

  2. If it’s too eggy tasting just up the banana to egg ratio. 1:1 not 1:2. Add vanilla. Make sure you mix it enough so that the egg is not separate from the banana leaving “chunks of banana in an omelette”. These were a hit in our home, as they were filling and not tasting like fluffy pancakes with no sustenance, nor needing an additional side of protein, like sausage.

  3. Major fail. Doesn’t firm up. all I got was mushy broken pancakes. Added some coconut floor which helped a little, but what did I do wing?

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