Sunday Morning Un-Pancakes

Yesterday for breakfast I tried something new.

A week or so ago I saw a recipe for pancakes that were made from only two ingredients: banana and egg. I’m always up for cutting corners on recipes; finding ones that have as few ingredients as possible. So clearly I had to give this a try.

It had been a little while since I had seen the video the recipe was in, so I was working from memory, though since it’s so simple I figured I could handle that.

You take one banana and mush it up in a bowl. Add two eggs and mix everything up until it forms a batter like consistency. There will always be lumps left from the banana so that’s fine. This mixture alone would be delicious, but for fun I added a splash of vanilla extract (which was a good call, if I do say so myself).

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I put cooking spray in my pan and poured a couple of pancakes worth in. This is where I learned that it’s better to make smaller pancakes because this mixture doesn’t hold together very efficiently. They ended up breaking as I tried to flip them, but they just turned into smaller, less round pancakes so woo hoo!

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On the second round I forgot to make the pancakes small, but this time it held together a bit better than in round one.

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These are definitely not your average pancakes, but when your dairy free options are to make them from scratch or to make these quick yummy things, I choose quick and yummy. I was expecting them to be egg-y tasting but I was impressed with how pancake-y they were. I’d call this a win! I didn’t even need to use syrup on these bad boys.

Simple and–dare I say healthy?– deliciousness!

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