My grandparents always made banana pancakes for breakfast when I was a kid staying over at their house and they were amazing. Crepe thin and covered in maple syrup made right down the street in the neighbors sugar shack. Since then I have always considered banana pancakes to be an awesome treat. Lately I’ve been trying to cut down on some of the ‘bad food’ intake and stumbled across a recipe for these tasty treats without all the flour and sugar.
- Pulse 1/2 cup dry oats in a food processor
- Add 1 banana, 1 egg white, a TB milk or water and a dab of honey and blend until smooth
- Cook on lightly greased pan (I love our Misto for lightly spraying yummy olive oil) until golden brown and serve
I find they are sweet enough that I don’t need to add syrup and feel so much better about eating the entire batch (makes 3-6 pancakes depending on size).