3 Ingredient Flourless Banana Pancakes 

My toddler has started to love bananas. Before she’d only eat them if someone other than myself offered them to her. Kids are weird. She still only will eat them from me if she’s actually hungry and if they are not very ripe. So when we don’t get to them fast enough I turn them into other goodies! Here’s one recipe we’ve been playing with! 3 Ingredient Banana Pancakes!

This recipe includes optional add ons but the main ingredients are baking powder, banana and eggs! Some recipes we’ve tried are even just banana and eggs but you need to add half a banana more to the recipe to replace the baking powder. We prefer them the way below:

You will need:

*2 eggs

*1 banana (the more ripe they are the sweeter they are!)

*1/8 teaspoon baking powder
Optional add ons:

*dash if cinnamon

*1/8 teaspoon vanilla or almond extract

*1/4 cup crushed nuts

Etc

Peel and mash the banana! I used my clean hands because it works faster. Most recipes will suggest mashing with a fork or the end of the whisk you’ll be using in the next step.

Crack and whisk eggs well in a separate bowl! 



If you’d like you can add other ingredients now such as vanilla and cinnamon to the bananas. If you add heavier ingredients like nuts, coconut shreds, chocolate chips, etc it makes flipping them a little awkward but food doesn’t need to be pretty to be good!

Add these to the eggs!

Whisk/mix well then add the baking powder. Mix again fully.

Heat a pan to medium low and add coconut oil or butter. You can skip this if you want to keep it light and have a nonstick pan. I think butter boosts the flavor however. 

Add 1/8 cup of the liquid to the pan. Repeat for other Pancakes. 


Let cook until edges bubble. About 2 minutes. 

Flip and cook another 1-2 minutes. 

Serve hot! They taste fine cold but get kinda mushy in texture. 

Feel free to add syrup, fruit, whipped cream, etc but they really don’t need it! 

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