2 ingredient Banana and Egg pancakes!


What to have for breakfast? Hmmmm fruit bowl has a banana, eggs in the fridge. Banana in a shake or boil up a couple of eggs? Why not combine the two and have these delicious gluten free banana pancakes that call for NO sugar, flour, salt and no nasties.

That’s right, 2 measly ingredients!!

What results is fluffy, and delicious pancakes that are good for you and you could eat more and more without the guilt. Now, what you choose to pour on top may not make these ‘healthy’ anymore if you’re thinking slatherings of butter, syrup or ice cream, but who cares, the pancakes themselves are guilt free so go nuts!

Perfect for adults and babies alike, this is a great food option for parents who are practicing baby led weaning.

Gluten free Banana pancakes.

  • 1 large banana
  • 2 eggs
  • Oil to grease the pan.

Pick the most ripe banana and mash it up until its gooey. Whisk eggs and combine with the mashed banana. Pour into a hot greased pan and cook on a low to medium heat until one side bubbles. Flip and cook the other side for 30 seconds or until golden brown.

Serve with berries, cinnamon, ice cream, maple syrup, honey, sugar and lemon, coconut butter or whatever floats your boat!

banana egg pancakes


31 thoughts on “2 ingredient Banana and Egg pancakes!

  1. I love this!! Thank you for posting such an easy and obviously delicious breakfast. These are always eggs in the fridge and usually a banana or two in the fruit bowl. I’m going to make these for sure. 🙂

  2. Nice one! I am impressed that you can get such pancake-looking pancakes out of just these two ingredients and I bet they taste just as good if not better than usual ones…love your happy face at the top 🙂

  3. Incredible! I would never have known this was possible. I really must give this a try – what a great start to the day and I’m sure I’d enjoy these smothered in maple syrup xx

  4. OMG! Never thought of brainstorming Banana pancake! How incredibly genius of you! Thanks a million for coming up with such a guilt-free, gluten-free idea 🙂

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