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  • Originally posted by Paleobird View Post
    Oven temperatures do vary. To be sure it's done, stick a toothpick in the center. If it comes out clean, good to go. If sticky, put it back for a few minutes.
    Thanks! I've ended up baking them in a 9x9 pyrex dish for about 25-35 minutes (based on how much batter I ended up making). I was all excited about muffins until I realized my muffin tins were teflon . I never really inspected the things as they were a wedding present... and in our 51/2 years of marriage, we've never baked muffins! My baking sheets (also from our wedding) are all teflon, too, so I make my sweet potato fries in my big pyrex casserole dish ...

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    • I made these this morning for 2 of my kiddos. One loved it plain and the other thought it was ok with syrup. I can't wait til next wk and I can have it! Delish!
      How I made it:
      1 med banana
      1 med egg
      Tiny bit vanilla and a sprinkle of baking powder (thought that would help be it to be fluffy-mission accomplished).
      I melted coconut oil then poured the batter in. Covered it on med heat and checked often. Took abt 5 min before I could flip it.
      Yummy!

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      • I finally tried these per the first post. Just 1:1 banana:egg. Cooked in butter. Easy and delicious. Perfectly primal.
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        • On the way home I'm buying eggs and bananas and trying this!

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          • Originally posted by splunky View Post
            I made these this morning for 2 of my kiddos. One loved it plain and the other thought it was ok with syrup. I can't wait til next wk and I can have it! Delish!
            How I made it:
            1 med banana
            1 med egg
            Tiny bit vanilla and a sprinkle of baking powder (thought that would help be it to be fluffy-mission accomplished).
            I melted coconut oil then poured the batter in. Covered it on med heat and checked often. Took abt 5 min before I could flip it.
            Yummy!
            I'll have to try the baking soda. I've been adding a little bit of coconut flour. One option other than syrup that has been popular in our house is almond butter. Yummy.

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            • Has anyone done a plaintain version for a savory pancake? I'd like to make something good dipping/piling on, ala Pita.

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              • I just finished breakfast-3 eggs, 3 strips of bacon.

                I now have a craving for the pancakes again?

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                • Originally posted by Rojo View Post
                  Has anyone done a plaintain version for a savory pancake? I'd like to make something good dipping/piling on, ala Pita.
                  Have you looked here Perfect Paleo Pancakes ? Or her crepe recipe may be what you're looking for. She is the queen of plantains, for sure.

                  I turned my mom onto the banana egg pancakes. She is the queen of heart healthy SAD, but she loved these. Little by little...
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                  • just tried one of these. are you kidding me!? they are d e l i c i o u s! did banana, egg, pinch of cinnamon and ginger, baked in coconut oil. completely messed up the baking process but i'll
                    pick up some pointers and will figure out how to do it properly. can't remember the last time i tasted anything this sweet!

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                    • I add 2 Tbsp of buckwheat flour in this recipe, vanilla and xylitol. Really tasty sh...t

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                      • Oh my goodness.....just made my first batch......total awesomeness!!!!! 3 eggs 2 bananas, will add some other stuff next time to tweak.....or not! WOW!
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                        • Originally posted by Barnyard View Post
                          Oh my goodness.....just made my first batch......total awesomeness!!!!! 3 eggs 2 bananas, will add some other stuff next time to tweak.....or not! WOW!
                          This. I realize my beginner's luck was due to having inadvertently purchased extra-large eggs instead of large. But if you use large eggs, the 3:2 ration works well. Also, I decided to make "silver dollar" pancakes with this instead of big ones. They flip easily and don't break and taste absolutely fantastic. I like salt on them. It brings out the sweet really well.
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                          • Think I'm going to make this on the weekend--I've got a couple of banannas that are getting brown. From what people have said here, they're probably about the perfect consistancy for this.

                            In fact, I'll make them tonight so they'll be already made in the morning ^.^

                            EDIT - Just curious, does the final product taste very bananna-like? I could go either way, I'm just wondering. If it does, I bet it'd taste awesome with nut butter (or even if it doesnt, probably XD).
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                            • Originally posted by Cyborcat View Post
                              EDIT - Just curious, does the final product taste very bananna-like? I could go either way, I'm just wondering. If it does, I bet it'd taste awesome with nut butter (or even if it doesnt, probably XD).
                              Ripe bananas with nothing added = yes
                              Firm bananas with cinnamon, vanilla, frozen berries = less so
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                              • Makes sense.
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