Simple Banana Pancakes

I found the recipe (if one can even call it that!) for these banana pancakes on a follower’s paleo blog. I’ll post the link soon.

There are 3 kinds of breakfast people in my opinion. At a brunch you can usually spot them right away:

The liquid diner. These women rarely release the glass of bottomless mimosa from their grips. When the champagne starts to take effect they occasionally reach for a bite of their neighbors’ fruit plate
The princess. Waiters balk when asked to create a veggie omelette, egg white only, no cheese, extra veggies, and a side of hot sauce. Tab is usually a cool $30 for the special requests
The carnivore. He or she eyes the steak and eggs, breakfast burrito, and side of pancakes (topped with sausage or bacon, naturally), stalks its prey, and bounces with firey passion

Depending on the week and weather, I humbly admit that I fall somewhere between the mimosa hussy and the special order queen….And I’m saying it loud and proud! But I still find myself curious about the bacon and pancake crowd. How does an egg white girl indulge without feeling guilty? My answer is banana pancakes!


1 banana
1 whole egg
1 tsp honey or agave
1/8 tsp kosher salt


Place all ingredients in a blender or mini food processor. Pulse until smooth and liquid in texture.

Place pan over medium-low heat and coat in non-stick cooking spray. When hot, spoon pancake mix onto pan in 2 Tbs circles. Cook 3 minutes, flip, and cook 1 minute or until thoroughly cooked.

Serve warm with almond butter, apple butter, or honey. These are absolutely delicious and will satisfy even the carnivores in your life!


One Comment Add yours

  1. you are totally the special order egg girl!

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