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two ingredient pancakes

Honestly, when I heard about this recipe a couple years back from some Paleo friends, I was convinced it was too good to be true. Two ingredients? Pancakes? Surely not. But since I’ve ventured into Whole 30 and have been looking to mix up my breakkie routine, I went back to give this recipe a go. And truthfully- it’s amazing. You take a banana, two eggs, throw them in a blender, and voila! Breakfast magic.

Pancakes have such a reputation for being terrible for you… But these delicious guys are packed with protein for your morning, and potassium for your daily needs. Plus, they’re so easy that you can take the time to spruce them up a bit. With the egg, they have a bit of a french-toast consistency, and are so fun for a cozy morning.

Add cinnamon, fresh berries, or nuts to keep them Whole 30 friendly. The sugars in the banana naturally sweeten them, so I actually didn’t even find myself wanting syrup! Instead, I did mine with a dollop of coconut butter and a dash of cinnamon.

Last week, I did a little how-to video on making these with The Kitchn– so be on the lookout for that video soon!

It really is that easy. Happy pancaking!

Two Ingredient Pancakes (Whole 30 approved)

1 large ripe banana
2 eggs
optional: cinnamon, nuts, berries

In a blender, combine your banana and eggs. Blend until completely combined and batter-like.
In a large skillet, heat a bit of coconut oil or ghee on medium to high heat.
Pour 1/4 cup batter onto the pan, and repeat. Leave a little extra space between these pancakes because they can be hard to flip.
Once they’re bubbly, carefully flip them over!
Make a stack, and top with toppings of your choice!



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