Healthy Banana Pancakes
Guess what? The good stuff doesn't always have to be bad for you!
For those mornings you crave something a bit more substantial and indulgent, try substituting these low-calorie, high-protein pancakes for the traditional ones. They're satisfying, 100% guilt-free, and won't leave you feeling sluggish like the alternatives do.
If you can stir, pour and flip, then you can make these. All the pancakes require is one ripe, medium-sized banana and two large eggs. That's it. Start from there and then you can add whatever your heart desires.
Follow the pictures below for instructions. (Written recipe at bottom of page.)
There you have it - a clean, simple, and healthy breakfast that's as filling as it is delicious!
Ingredients: 1 medium-sized banana (the riper the better) and 2 large eggs.
Directions: Mash banana with fork. Add eggs. Mix thoroughly. Add a dab of coconut oil to frying pan. Turn stove on to medium heat. Pour a generous spoonful of batter. Cook for roughly 30 seconds on each side or until golden brown in color. Repeat until batter is gone.
This recipe should make about 8 sand dollar sized pancakes. Coming in at about 240 calories total, feel free to eat them all!
- Peanut butter or almond butter
- Chia seeds
- Protein powder
- Vanilla or almond extract
- Cocoa powder
- Maple Syrup
- Coconut flakes
- Any type of nut butter
- Lemon juice and sugar
- Chia seeds
Feel free to leave any comments or suggestions. I would love to hear what you have to say. Happy cooking!