100% Natural Banana Pancakes

If there is one recipe even people with zero cooking experience will probably be able to perfect – it’s pancakes. There are store-bought pancake mixes which only need egg or water but if you want your pancakes to be 100% natural, healthy, low calorie, gluten free, flour-less and sugar-free, this pancake recipe is definitely for you.


• 1 ripe banana
• 2 whole eggs (no wasted yolk this time)
• 1 Tbsp. of pure coconut oil (extra virgin olive oil)

You will also need a non-stick pan. (This is important to keep the pancake mixture from sticking to the pan thus making the pancake break.)


Peel the banana and chop it up into small slices.

Add 2 whole eggs.

Mash the banana and egg mixture with a whisk. Make sure the banana is perfectly mixed in with the egg. Continue mashing and mixing until you get a nice, frothy mixture. (Tip: You can also use a blender!)

Heat the pan and melt the coconut oil over low heat.

Add a small amount of banana and egg mixture to form medium sized pancakes. You can also make baby pancakes for a quick little snack.

Wait until the top side of the cake is a little dry before flipping.

Serve and enjoy! (Tip: You can add a little honey for added sweetness and cinnamon too!)

These healthy pancakes are under 250 calories and have 14g of protein! These are perfect for breakfast, dessert, post workout or pre-workout snack!

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