Flourless Banana Pecan Pancakes

September 29, 2023

What do you do when you want pancakes for breakfast but don’t want the guilt? Enter the flourless banana pecan pancakes. I have been making these pancakes for years and never thought too of much of them. Many times, they have been a way for me to use very ripe bananas that were past their prime. At least for me. Then one day, I made them for others and realized that this recipe should be shared. So here it is!

These pancakes have basically two ingredients, bananas and eggs. I like to add cinnamon and pecans, but you can use any other nut if you’d like. Walnuts work well too. Or just leave the nuts out all together if you prefer.

Making these flourless banana pancakes is super easy. You’ll be surprised at how much simpler they are to make than regular pancakes.

ingredients

Tips

Although these flourless banana pecan pancakes are super simple to make, here are two notes for you to have the perfect pancakes.

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And that’s it! Super simple, right? Give it a go and let me know what you think!

Flourless Banana Pecan Pancakes

This is the perfect recipe for when you are craving some pancakes but don't want the guilt. You may even find that you don't need to add syrup!
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Course Breakfast
Servings 2

Ingredients
 

  • 2 Bananas (ripe and peeled)
  • 4 Eggs
  • 1 tsp Cinnamon (optional)
  • ¼ cup Pecans (or nuts of choice)
  • 1 Tbsp Ghee (for greasing the pan)

Instructions
 

  • Place the bananas in a medium sized bowl and mash with a fork or potato masher until there are no or nearly no clumps left.
  • Add in all the eggs and whisk all together.
  • If adding cinnamon, add it in and mix until fully incorporated.
  • Put a non-stick pan to warm up on the stove on medium-low heat. About a minute or so. Then ass a half a teaspoon of ghee and allow it to melt before adding in the batter.
  • Once melted, add about a quarter cup of the batter, sprinkle on some pecans, and cook until the middle is close to firm. About 2 minutes.
  • Once the middle isn't runny, flip the pancake and let cook for another minute.
  • Repeat until you use up the batter.
  • Serve warm.
Keyword breakfast, healthy, paleo

Check out some of my other breakfast recipes such as my Berry Chia Pudding or Paleo Spanish Tortilla.

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