Happy National Pancake Day!!!

I am loving these awesome food holidays! Yesterday I celebrated National Frozen Yogurt Day with my friend Brett at Yogurtland for a free yogi and toppings. The line went well around the corner of the store, but it moved petty fast. I went with plain/tart and topped it with kiwi, yogurt covered raisins, and yogurt chips, mmmm!

Instead of going to IHOP for their oh so tempting free and very caloric pancakes, I have some ultra skinny and healthy two ingredient pancakes for you! Celebrate this tasty holiday with a batch of gluten free, flour-less, and protein packed pancakes! They’re so sweet, you may not even want syrup!

Two Ingredient Pancakes
Two Ingredient Pancakes
Two Ingredient Pancakes
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Serves 1

2 eggs
1 very ripe banana

my favorite additions:
1/4 tsp vanilla extract
1/8 tsp cinnamon

Mash the ripened banana with hands or a fork until smooth and set aside. Beat two eggs and then add to the mashed banana. Add vanilla and cinnamon into the batter if desired. Generously spray a pan with nonstick or olive oil cooking spray and turn the stove to medium heat. Using a 1 Tbsp measuring spoon, scoop a spoonful of batter and pour into the pan. Flip the pancakes once the edges become cooked. Allow the pancakes to cook through. Respray the pan with nonstick spray between each set of pancakes. Enjoy!
Note: Start with a lower heat since the pancakes can burn easily. Each pancake takes a couple of minutes to cook.
Another Note: Nonstick cooking pans help making the pancakes easier to make.

The Rabbit Food Pyramid Breakdown
Produce: banana
Whole Grain: 0
Protein: eggs
Plant Based Fat: 0 (try topping with 1 Tbsp of nut butter!)

Don’t forget my other healthy pancake recipes:
Honey Wheat Chobani Pancakes
Protein Pancakes
Sophisticated PB&J Pancakes
Buckwheat Pancakes with Ginger Pear Glaze

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51 Responses so far.

  1. U think flax/chia egg can b used here?

    Response from Misty
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    • Hi Misty! I’m not sure if a flax or chia egg would work with this recipe. There are vegan egg replacers available at health food stores that may work better but I haven’t tried it with this recipe.

      Response from Catherine
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      • I have some Ener G. I will try n am. Thx ;)-

        Response from Misty
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    • Let me know too if your vegan version worked for this recipe…

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  2. Awesome, I will definitely be trying this recipe out!

    Response from Sarah Clarke
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  3. These sound great. I was thinking adding chia as well. It always keeps me full until lunch.

    Response from Jenn Lamb
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    • Chia seeds would be a great addition to these pancakes! They would definitely help to keep the mixture together :) Let me know when you try them! xo

      Response from Catherine
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      • I just tried these with blueberries and they are uh-mazing! No syrup required :)

        Response from Jenn Lamb
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        • Love it!!! I wish I wasn’t oh so allergic to blueberries, because that sounds out of this world! xo

          Response from Catherine
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        • Did you use the same amount of eggs and how mich blueberrys did you use?

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  4. Hi Catherine!
    Would you consider one bath of these one serving?

    Response from Erika
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    • batch not bath! :)

      Response from Erika
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    • Hi Erika! Yes mam, one batch is one serving!

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  5. So glad your back and feeling better! I’ve been continuously repping your ‘rabbit food’ shirt! ;) Keep these recipes coming! As a college student on a budget ($$ & time), I’m a BIG fan of these simple & quick recipes. I personally love the microwave quick bake cookies too!

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  6. THESE. These are what I’ve been looking for all my life… or, maybe like, the last week or so, ha ha :)I love banana recipes, especially when they’re this delicious!

    Response from Elena
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    • Haha Elana! I love banana recipes too!

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  7. Hi!
    Do you think I could make these in the microwave in my college dorm room?
    Thanks!

    Response from Rachel
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    • Ohhh, very good question Rachel! I haven’t tried making them in a microwave yet. Let me know if you give it a try! xo

      Response from Catherine
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    • Yes, please do let us know! I’m debating trying it.

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  8. I love these! I make them every morning with chia seeds added in and honey drizzled on top :). Delicious!

    Response from Amber
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    • Love it, Amber! xo

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  9. So glad that you’re back!! Have so missed your posts. This is my breakfast every morning, I love these! I use one egg and 1 egg white as it makes it a bit lighter and fluffier. Yum yum. x

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  10. Would this work with thawed frozen bananas? Is there anything I should add to make up for the change in consistency?

    Response from Dana
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  11. This post just made my day!

    Response from Kera Parker
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  12. Your so awesome! This will be my breakfast tomorrow !!! I’m going to add chia seeds to them

    Response from Amanda
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  13. how clever ! you’re amazing :)

    Response from emilie
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  14. Ahh why didn’t I ever think about this! I’m definitely making these this weekend for breakfast!

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  15. I made these for breakfast this morning after my 5 day skinny bunny cleanse (I lost 9 pounds! Woo!), and they were delicious! The perfect food to graze back into the pyramid. I found that I didn’t like the consistency if I mixed them with just my fork, so I put the ingredients in the blender for a few seconds and it was perfect. I poured them straight onto the pan from there. It also made a lot more than I thought, so I couldn’t even finish them!

    Thanks so much for your blog and the delicious recipes!

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    • Oh my gosh Sophia you aced the Skinny Bunny Cleanse! albs?! omg that is just amazing, I am so proud of you! I’m glad that you didn’t give up on the pancakes and mixed the batter in your blender! Great idea :) xo

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  16. OMG! First so glad your back and doing well! Second, I made these. They are sooooo good! My new breakfast of choice!!!!

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  17. I started making these last year, when I first saw the recipe: delicious! It seems all you health bloggers are amazing pancake flippers though, haha, and prefer mini-pancakes. My banana/egg pancakes are always a huge mess (but taste great).

    I also love that this recipe is easy to remember and very versatile. I started adding some cinnamon and vanilla to mine, as well as chia seeds, protein powder and if I’m craving it, some pumpkin (these additions also help make the pancakes a bit thicker so it’s easier for my clumsy self to flip them).

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    • Hahaha oh my gosh Stacy, you have no idea how many batches I burned before getting they all pretty! Hence why I suggest using a nonstick pan AND nonstick/olive oil cooking spray in between each pour! Took me a while to find the right heat setting on my stove too! Sometimes mine turn out like a hot mess, but they’re just so good! Love your additions!!!

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  18. I just made these with one egg and two baby bananas and got about seven little pancakes! They were so sweet and delicious that didn’t have to put anything on them either – I just kept eating them right over the stove while I was cooking :)

    Welcome back Catherine, we missed you!

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  19. I love this and can’t wait to try it!! I’m planning on trying your cleanse within the next couple of weeks. I sent you an FB message recently, I hope you received it :)

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  20. just tried them and WOW!!!! How delicious!!!!! Thank you for sharing =)

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  21. The original recipe is AWSOME I started dieting this week and these pancakes are great for the morning before a work out thank you bunny teeth

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  22. Made these tonight for my husband and I – they were delicious!!

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  23. These are GREAT! I have twin toddler boys and can’t get enough protein into them (they hate eggs, most meat, cheese, etc.) But these they LOVED! I hope you don’t mind, I posted them on my blog and linked to yours for the recipe.
    http://onthefencemoms.blogspot.com/2013/02/yummy-picky-toddler-srecipe.html

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  24. Hi! I just recently found your blog and it’s amazing! You’re quite the inspiration! And this recipe is perfect! I’m a huge sucker for pancakes and have not been able to find a replacement..honestly I didn’t even think of smashing banana in the batter. And it makes SO much sense..
    I’m a big fiber person so I added just a tablespoon of whole oats and some rye bran (Finland thing ;) 64% fiber..AWESOME!) and a tea spoon of full grain flour with 1/4 tsp of baking powder with the eggs and let them settle for about 20mins before mixing in the banana and cinnamon. OMG!!! I think next time I’ll be brave enough for the plain two ingredients too! A huge bonus was that my son loved them, too..he’s not a pancake or any cake fan really but these he went for seconds ! Yay! Thanks for this blog and keep up the recipes! I love that they’re simple and really fast! With diets and exercise that stuff counts…you already have so many excuses for not doing it right, you surely didn’t give me any more which I’m ever so grateful for! Loooove!

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  25. Wow! These were amazing! I used my single serve blender to mash the banana first then added egg, vanilla, and cinnamon, and gave it another little whirl. They came out perfect!!! My kids topped them with whipped topping and blueberries. I ate 1 plain, 1 with peanut butter, and 1 like a blueberry taco. So delicious. Thank you so much for the recipe! If you’d like a photo of my kids enjoying them send me an email :)

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  26. I eat these a few times a week… I love them and got my fiance hooked on them too! We add 1/4 cup oats (soaked in water for 5 minutes) and 2 Tbs of chopped walnuts. They taste like Banana Nut Oatmeal but they’re crispy and warm and dense YES so good!

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  27. Thanks for posting this recipe! My husband and I are trying to eat healthier and this was a nice treat! I love that we didn’t have to cheat to eat something sweet and tasty!:)

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  28. Just one idea:) Put a little bit of peanut butter in between two pancakes for a fun “pancake sandwich”:)

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  29. This looks super yummy….i do have a question though…do you count calories or just eat to your pyramid? I have many other questions for you but can’t remember them. Lol…oh well another day. On yeah, I remember one….is there a way to copy/save a recipe on you blog to like a my favs or something? You have alot of amazing recipes but I usually look ay them on my phone and forget to look them back up to make it.

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  30. Oh my gosh! What a terrific recipe! Living pay check to pay check, I often find myself with little more then brown bananas and a carton of eggs the week before pay day rolls around. This is so perfect for the poor breakfast lover (like me!). Thank you so much for sharing!

    http://poorjessieann6.wordpress.com

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  31. I tried these for breakfast this morning (with the added vanilla and cinnamon). I LOVED the taste, but wasn’t a big fan of the texture. Is there a way to make them less chewy? I would love to make these again, but I don’t know if I can get past that chewy texture. Thanks for the recipe!

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  32. Just tried this with an apple in the mix!!! Delish!!!!

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  33. How do yall eat this? I started throwing up

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  34. these banana egg pancakes were so good. inspired me to try and find an alternative for everything

    Response from sam
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  35. I’ve made these and they are so delicious. You have to make sure they are cooked correctly in order to get the texture right and less chewy more dough like. Yumm yumm yumm

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  36. Love these! I add a scoop of vanilla protein powder and chia seeds. Delicious!!

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