A perfect recipe to use up those ripe bananas. #zerofoodwaste
I love trying new things. A while back, I was into paleo cooking, and a friend of mine gave me lots of recipes to try. Over the years, only a few survived my lifestyle changes and even less passed my husband’s approval. This pancake recipe is the one that did both.
These pancakes are dairy- and gluten-free and made with fruits, eggs, and almond flour. No tricks, that’s all! They are not only a breeze to make, but there are also dozens of ways to dress them up. You can add chopped nuts, chocolate chips, homemade coconut yogurt, fresh berries, or even a handful of leftover granola.
The few ingredients are mixed and given a little skillet love. The award? Something magical. And healthy. I know it sounds too good to be true. Check out the step-by-step instructions below and give it a try!
Even though I love trying new things, this recipe withstood the test of time in my kitchen.
Pancakes over protein bars? Every time! My taste buds are in charge.
Ingredients (for 8 pancakes)
- 2 large eggs, beaten
- 1/2 cup blanched almond flour
- 1 ripe banana
- 1 pear
- coconut oil for cooking
Keep your pancakes small. They will cook quicker and also flip easier. I use about two tablespoons of batter for each pancake, which makes them about 3-4 inches in diameter.
- Mash the banana, peel, and cut up the pear into small cubes
- Preheat a skillet over medium heat – use cast iron, if you have one
- Combine eggs, banana, pear, and almond flour. Keep in mind that the consistency should be a bit thicker than traditional pancake batter
- Grease the preheated skillet with coconut oil then pour 2 tablespoons batter into the skillet
- Cook and flip, each side takes about 3-4 minutes, just like traditional pancakes
- Serve warm with your favorite toppings
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