Two Ingredient Pancakes With A Twist

I have been seeing two ingredient pancake recipes everywhere! They always look so good and I had been curious about them for awhile. I was especially interested in making them for my picky kids. After reading reviews of various two ingredient pancake recipes, I decided to make them while taking into account what reviewers said. Some of the complaints included the pancakes being hard to flip, tasting like a banana omelette and also being too bland.

I decided to add a little flour, cinnamon and vanilla extract which did the trick! The pancakes turned out amazing! You can make them gluten-free by using a gluten free flour.

Here is the recipe:

To make 8 small pancakes I used…

2 bananas
4 eggs
1/4 cup flour
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
cinnamon to taste (I am not sure how much I added)

Directions:

Add the ingredients to a kitchen aid stand mixer or use a hand mixer. At first I hand-mashed the bananas and it was just too clumpy, so I definitely recommend a good mixin’ with a mixing device.

Pour the batter into a hot skillet with butter (or your favorite cooking oil). Flip. Top with honey, maple syrup, fruit, or peanut butter.

The verdict? Both of my kids, my husband and myself loved these! Next time I might add chocolate chips to make it more fun! Enjoy 🙂