Pancakes are my favourite breakfast item, ever. I’ve loved them since I was a kid and love different variations of them. Banana pancakes are one of my go-to variations for pancakes. I have been trying to find an alternative to the 2 ingredient pancake that consists of eggs and bananas. Don’t get me wrong, those can be good if you make them the right way. I tested out a ‘clean’ version of a banana pancake and it tasted
They may not be a two ingredient pancake, but these are easy and simple!
1 ½ bananas’ (or 1 large banana)
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 ½ tsp baking powder
½ cup of of oatmeal flour (I make my own from scratch, I will put this in the directions below)
1 Tbsp almond milk (as needed)
1 Tbsp coconut oil
- Heat frying pan to medium heat.
- Make the oatmeal flour – Take half a cup of steel oats and baking powder and grind them in a magic bullet until they are a flour consistency. The flat blade attachment is used to grind the oats. See gif below. Once done, set aside.
3. Mash bananas in a bowl, add the egg and vanilla and mix until bubbles form.
4. Add the oatmeal flour and almond milk to the banana mixture and stir until just combined.
5. Add 1/3 of the coconut oil to frying pan.
6. Take ⅓ of a cup of batter and put into the pan and cook until you see 3 bubbles form and flip. Cook for 30 more seconds.
7. Repeat for each pancake (it should make 3 – 4 pancakes)
8. Eat and enjoy the banana goodness!
I make these pancakes during any day of the week, they take up to 30 mins to make and they are pretty easy to put together. You can serve these with maple syrup or honey. Personally, honey is my go to, it adds just enough sweetness and moisture to the pancake.
Side Note: Please forgive the shape of my pancakes… I could not get a perfect circle while making them…lol