Hello, hello! I can hardly believe that it's Monday already. I hope you all had a great weekend and that you're rested and ready for the week ahead. I have a fun breakfast recipe to share with you today...
I've been seeing and hearing about 2-ingredient pancakes for a few years now. They are everywhere! I finally got around to trying them and after the first bite, I couldn't understand why it took me so long to try them. Now don't go make these and think that they're going to taste like regular ol' pancakes... you will be a little disappointed if you do.
BUT they do taste great. They taste sweet (depending on how ripe your bananas are) and a bit eggy- like a crepe. You could top this pancake with syrup or even add a scoop of nut butter, which takes it to a whole new level of amazing!
Make a 2-Ingredient Pancake:
In a small mixing bowl, lightly beat an egg. Add a small to medium ripened banana to the bowl and mash with a potato masher until the mixture is mostly smooth and well combined.
Spray a pan with nonstick cooking spray and turn on the heat to low-medium (my stove heat goes from 1 to 10, 1 being low, and mine was set at 3). Once the pan is heated, pour the mixture into the pan and cook for several minutes (at least two minutes or until the batter seems to be set and the pancake is golden brown).
Flip the pancake over and continue to cook for an additional minute or so, or until this side is set and golden brown. Serve the pancake immediately and enjoy with your favorite toppings.
And seriously, add some nut butter! Amazing!!
Have you tried these things yet? If so, what did you think?
They've found a place in my breakfast rotation for sure.