In honor of my favorite breakfast….

I decided I will show you exactly how to make my 2 ingredient pancake!

I first discovered this gem on the blogosphere thanks to Tina. You can find her recipes here and here!!

I was obviously very skeptical when I endeavored to make my own version at home, but I finally figured, if it’s covered in peanut butter I’m destined to love it!

Step 1:
Assemble the critical 2 ingredients, 2 eggs and 1 very ripe banana!
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Step 2:
Mash said ripe banana.
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Step 3:
Add in eggs and blend well. I use a fork but you can definitely use a food processor, I am just incredibly lazy and hate doing dishes.

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Here is the fun part, as of now you can cook the pancakes on your skillet on very low heat. I wait to flip until it is almost completely cooked before flipping as these can burn easily and splatter all over you, not that I’ve ever had issues with either 🙂 HAH!
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OR, you can add some other fun ingredients to your 2 ingredient base! I tend to add a dash of cinnamon or nutmeg and 1 tbsp of ground flax to thicken it up! Truly, the options are endless and it’s so worth it to play around and see what you like.
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When they are fully cooked transport them to your mouth or plate! I take them to work to e reheated a lot so Tupperware it is!

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Before you eat top them with goodness! Peanut butter for added protein, honey, maple syrup, powdered sugar, fruit, you name it!

I hope you enjoy these as much as I do, I promise it’s worth a try and they keep you full of the good stuff for hours on end!

Happy hump day!


6 thoughts on “In honor of my favorite breakfast….

  1. I love 2 ingredient pancakes but never have thought to add flax! I bet that makes the texture much more “pancake” like. I’ll have to try that out! P.S. I had this theme when I first started my blog and loved it! The pink polka dots are so cute. Great minds think alike 😉

  2. Tara says:

    Hi, I just came across your blog from RER!
    I love these pancakes, but I tend to had a 1/4 cup of oats for volume/thickness. Also lots of cinnamon.
    I look forward to reading your blog!

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