2 ingredient pancakes 

I just learned about mixing mashed banana and egg together in a one to one ratio is the base of a healthy pancake batter. As a girl who has serious cravings I had to try it ASAP.

The general base

1 mashed banana

1 egg

1 tablespoons flour (coconut,wheat,AP, almond, etc) 

I always keep bananas still in the peel in the freezer at all times, take out and refrigerate the night before to defrost or take out and leave to defrost on counter.

I doctored the recipe slightly

Cinnamon Banana Healthy Pancakes 


2 eggs

2 Tablespoon of vanilla unsweetened almond milk

1 Tablespoon of ground cinnamon 

2 mashed (for frozen bananas-simply split peel with knife and scoop out defrozed banana)

1 Tablespoon of Cinnamon Simple Syrup (see previous receipe) 

4 Tablespoons of Flour (add more for desired consistency)

Coconut Oil for cooking 


Beat eggs, almond milk, and cinnamon in seaparte bowl

Scoop out bananas and blend with simple syrup until smooth 

At low speed beat in egg mixture 

Fold in 4 Tablespoons of flour until just blended 

Fold in an additional add ins now (sliced nuts,fruit, chocolate chips, etc ) 

MeltCoconut oil over low- med heat 

Serve hot with syrup, honey, fresh fruit or plain

About Claudia Cali

Claudia was born and raised in New York where she first learned to appreciate the many scenes found on a city street and the juxtaposition of nature and industry. Known to "be a tourist in her own backyard", and armed with her camera, Claudia's photography is unique and dynamic illustrating her ability to catch the beauty, and allure of daily life.
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