Paleo, No Problem
Are you trying the paleo diet? We have the perfect pancake recipe for you! If you’re not paleo, these are still a delicious, flourless option you won’t regret trying.
It’s not just our paleo friends that can enjoy these pancakes though. Of course, some people may want to avoid all flour and not just almond flour. Thus, this is the perfect recipe because there’s no flour involved at all! Oh and huge plus for people avoiding nuts or with an allergy…this recipe is nut-free!
Paleo Pancakes For The Win
Now, one of the best parts is that you can cook these paleo pancakes up and serve them later too. Sometimes, it may be good to whip up an extra batch and freeze them for another day. All you need to do later on in the week is warm them up, and you’re good to go! It can be a great healthy snack for the family days later.
Paleo Banana Pancakes Recipe
Thanks to paleoleap.com, we found a great recipe for these delicious paleo banana pancakes! Also, we have to note that also they use vanilla extract and some cinnamon, feel free to make this recipe your own and add any spices fit to your needs. Honestly, bananas go well with just about anything.
**Note: This recipe serves one but when modifying for more people just use the ratio, for every 2 eggs you need 1.5 bananas. Also, try to use ripe bananas with brown spots for this recipe.
Now, you’re going to need to gather the following ingredients…
1.5 large ripe bananas;
1/2 tsp. vanilla extract;
1/4 tsp. ground cinnamon;
1/8 tsp. baking powder;
Coconut Oil/Nonstick spray (whichever you prefer cooking with)
Maple syrup; (optional)
Fresh fruits; (optional)
The total prep time should take around ten minutes. First you begin by cracking your eggs in a bowl and whisking. Next, you want to take another bowl where you will lightly mash your bananas. You can use either a fork or a potato masher. Then, you can add the whisked eggs, baking powder, cinnamon and vanilla to your mashed bananas. Stir the entire thing to combine.
Now, you’re ready to cook the batter. Take only a scoop about the size of two tablespoons to cook. This will help you with flipping them because the bigger pancakes fall apart more easily. Have your stove set to a medium-low heat. Then cook each pancake until the bottom is set, which will be one to two minutes. Flip with your spatula and cook for an additional minute.
When you’re ready to serve it’s completely up to you how to do it. Of course, you can use butter if you are fine with dairy and not so strict with your paleo diet. Maybe you would like some maple syrup, honey or even fresh fruit on top. Some people prefer raw maple syrup or you can even get a little wild with some jam! The possibilities are truly endless.