Two ingredients??? Yes, you read that right, and you won’t believe it until you make them for yourself! These pancakes are quick, easy, require no flour, and are surprisingly delicious for just two-ingredients. I love them, and make them weekly!
So how can you make these ridiculously easy pancakes?
First, mash one medium sized banana in a bowl with a fork. Then crack two eggs into the bowl and mix together until smooth (*The more you mix it, the more pancake-like the final product will be. If you don’t mix it well enough, it will be more like scrambled eggs with banana chunks). Simply pour the batter into a hot frying pan and cook until bubbles form on top, then flip!
*Now, I don’t know if it’s just my lack of pancake making talent, but I find adding in at least one teaspoon of ground chia or flax seeds to the “batter” makes the pancakes turn out so much better. They cook more evenly and are much easier to flip. You can also add in other “extras” to liven up your pancakes, such as fruit, spice, nuts, vanilla extract or flax seeds.
Top with your favorite pancake toppings and enjoy! As much as I love butter and maple syrup on my pancakes, I love alternative toppings too. One of my favorites is spreading some yogurt on the pancakes and topping with fresh fruit (pictured below), or adding in some cinnamon to the batter and spreading the pancakes with a nut butter. YUM!
Sometimes I don’t feel like making multiple pancakes, so I just let it cook as one big one. It all goes to the same place anyways! You can also see that I didn’t mix this one that well because it looks egg-y. Oopsy!
How do you like your pancakes?