Banana Pancakes

Recipe by Anniflower

  • Time needed: 5-10 minutes
  • Calories per serving: 200-220
  • Servings: 1
  • Difficulty: 1
  • Rating: 4.75 based on 4 reviews

Yes, really! Ideal for breakfast.

Ingredients

• 1 banana ( very ripe is ideal!)
• 2 eggs

Method

Squash banana until smooth - really smooth

Beat in eggs

Prepare a hot pan, with a spot of oil or frylight. Put a ladleful into the pan, tip to spread. Flip when set. Beware - it is heavier than a usual pancake.

10 reviews for “Banana Pancakes”

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    Not tried it, but isn’t banana one of the frowned upon food in the BSD due to high sugar content?

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    Tried these this morning. Yum. Very filling, quick and easy to make.

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    Tried these pancakes this morning..really tasty. Whiked the eggs and banana to make it really fluffy..not heavy at all.. 2qgr carb as banana weighed 90 grams..will be making this again as a weekend treat

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    Tried these but only used one egg , one banana, also added vanilla extract and cinnamon- very tasty 😊

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    Fantastic, cooked this for lunch, easy, tasty, and filling. Will be doing more!!

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    Delicious, top with Greek yogurt and fruit

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    Excellent. I enjoyed for brunch on a ‘two meal’ day. Used one small very ripe banana, one egg and served with 1 teaspoon maple syrup and a few chopped walnuts. Delicious. Cooked in a non stick pan so kept cals down using no oil for this one. No sugar spike but delicious flavours.

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    Excellent. I enjoyed for brunch on a ‘two meal’ day. Used one small very ripe banana, one egg and served with 1 teaspoon maple syrup and a few chopped walnuts. Delicious. Cooked in a non stick pan so kept cals down using no oil for this one but other pans may need some oil. No sugar spike but delicious flavours. It’s about mindful eating-enjoy in moderation.

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    I make these a lot my son loves them too, use half or a small banana with 2 eggs and some cinammon

    i like to blitz mine in my nutribullet and then cook like an omlette on the hob and the under the grill

    Sometimes ill even dust with some stevia

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    Can’t usually eat eggs at breakfast time but this goes down beautifully. However I can’t manage to flip it – going to put under the grill next time.

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