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Two ingredient pancakes.



I’ve seen these two ingredient pancakes all over the web and have always wanted to give them a shot. I have always thought that if I tried to make them, that they would come out a lot different than expected and quite frankly a mess. But you never know until you try right?

So they are made of two medium eggs and a banana, that’s it!

Simply break up a banana into small chunks and place in a blending cup/ food processor and add crack in two eggs. I used my Breville VBL062 Blend-Active Blender for this. Blitz until a liquid consistency resembling pancake batter is formed.You can use an old fashioned mixing bowl as long as the banana is mashed thoroughly, whisk the eggs in a separate bowl then mix together in one bowl. Heat oil of your choice in a frying pan, I used sunflower oil for this. Once the pan is hot and the oil mostly melted, pour in the batter.Leave for around 5 minutes before attempting to turn over. It may take longer/ quicker than 5 minutes depending on the heat of your cooker but you should pretty much be able to judge if the top is less liquidy and steam starts to protrude from the batter.

Transfer to a plate with a fish slice and add toppings of your choice.

As you can probably tell from the picture I turned mine over a bit too soon, that’s why there is a hole on the surface. You can hide this with your toppings though! (sneaky I know).

I topped mine with sliced apple, peanut butter and honey. Delicious!

Macros (for pancake without toppings):


24g CHO

17g Fat (3.8g saturated)

12g Protein



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