Grain Free Banana Pancakes {with Only 4 Ingredients}

This is what you always wanted. Don’t argue – I’m absolutely positive it is.

Easy grain free pancakes with only four ingredients. Well, technically five, but really, salt doesn’t count… does it? You probably have all of the ingredients in your kitchen right now.

This recipe also provides a way to get rid of those ripening bananas sitting on your bench. You are so welcome.

I’ve made these a few times and every time I’ve thoroughly enjoyed them. They are not exactly yo mamma’s pancakes, but they are certainly lovely when you are going grain and sugar free.

Enjoy the simple healthy deliciousness!


Grain Free Banana Pancakes {with Only 4 Ingredients}


1 large banana (approx. 100-120g)

3 eggs

Small pinch of salt

1/8 tsp baking powder

1/8 tsp cinnamon


1. Put all ingredients in a blender/food processor and pulse until the banana is fully blended in and the mixture is frothy

2. Grease a griddle with butter or coconut oil, then pour mixture into a saucepan or onto a flat griddle on a medium/low heat. Cook until the edges are done and bubbles form.


3. Flip and cook for about 20-30 secs, or until the underside is done.


4. Serve with:

Cinnamon fried apples


…and natural yoghurt…


…or chocolate sauce (1tbsp coconut oil/butter melted with 1 tbsp cacao) and sliced banana…


…or simply with a little 100% natural maple syrup.


What is your favourite natural pancake topping?

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