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  • "two ingredient" banana and egg pancakes.

    This is probably a repeat, but I don't recall seeing it here.

    I employed a 1:1 ratio of banana to egg for these. Depending on your appetite, one banana and one egg would be sufficient for one person.

    Grab bananas, mash in a bowl. I didn't care to mash them too fine, bananas are soft enough so the pancake doesn't feel at all clumpy.
    Whisk eggs in separate bowl, no need to get too crazy with this, just make it uniform.
    Throw some vanilla extract on that shit, maybe some cinnamon too, don't let the "two ingredient" name limit your creativity.
    add some fruits if you want, don't be scared. Chocolate chips if you're silly enough to consider that "cheating."

    Cook in some coconut oil or butter - about a minute on each side, medium heat - play with it.

    Eat up! I made some "plain" just banana/egg and they are INSANELY DELICIOUS. I'll say it outright, I don't give a hoot about bananas, but I'll be eating them like this a lot more now. I found that they didn't do anything weird to my stomach (bananas alone tend to make me go to the bathroom). I also made some with blueberries in the "batter" and those were insane as well.

    For the LOW FAT HIGH CARB POST WORKOUT bros, maybe doing these without yolks would be a good thing to try. I'm def not going to bother, yolks are awesome. Report back if you do.

    Up next, plantain and egg pancakes. FUCK.
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    I throw 1 Lg banana & 2 Lg eggs in the blender, tip in some homemade vanilla extract & press "kill with malice"

    Makes perfect pancakes so hubby feels like hes getting a special treat
    Every time I hear the dirty word 'exercise', I wash my mouth out with chocolate.

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    • #3
      That's not too runny ? I was originally using 2 bananas and three eggs but it looked runny to me so I mashed an extra one..
      I used to seriously post here, now I prefer to troll.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by iniQuity View Post
        I employed a 1:1 ratio of banana to egg for these. Depending on your appetite, one banana and one egg would be sufficient for one person.
        So...you're saying I need 6 eggs, 6 bananas and probably a quart of yogurt?
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        • #5
          these sound kind of awesome
          http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread60178.html

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          • #6
            Originally posted by iniQuity View Post
            That's not too runny ? I was originally using 2 bananas and three eggs but it looked runny to me so I mashed an extra one..
            Nah, not too runny. I make these in the mornings for my kids. 2 bananas and 4 eggs in the blender. Cook it in a bunch of fat (I do whatever is on the griddle i.e. usually bacon grease) Enough for a 5 and 3 year old with no left overs.... ever

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            • #7
              ....good God.

              these sound so good.

              probably Sunday morning if my egg contact comes through with more family-raised chicken eggs by then.

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              • #8
                I'm sure I couldn't stop myself from tossing in some almond meal.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by iniQuity View Post
                  That's not too runny ? I was originally using 2 bananas and three eggs but it looked runny to me so I mashed an extra one..
                  I dident think so, just make small pancakes and be carful flipping, cook in duck or goose fat for best results


                  Originally posted by eKatherine View Post
                  I'm sure I couldn't stop myself from tossing in some almond meal.

                  I tried tossing in some coconut flour once.. Bleah, made it all crumbly and wouldent stay together, ruined the texture to.
                  Every time I hear the dirty word 'exercise', I wash my mouth out with chocolate.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by eKatherine View Post
                    I'm sure I couldn't stop myself from tossing in some almond meal.
                    Use almond butter instead, seen some recipes like that.

                    Choco, yeah, and 18 jalapenos you freak.

                    Everyone else, try them, they're amazing! I will NEVER mess around with coconut flower pancakes ever again.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by iniQuity View Post
                      Choco, yeah, and 18 jalapenos you freak.
                      Remember the green curry I made? 61 Thai chilies. I housed that sucker

                      I will give these a shot. I bought 6 pounds of coconut flour 2 years ago and I'm finally down to my last pound - you can see the frequency with which I use it. It would be nice to eliminate it altogether. Funny, I just purchased 4 lbs on Tuesday to restock...for the next 2 years. Ha.
                      Don't put your trust in anyone on this forum, including me. You are the key to your own success.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by ChocoTaco369 View Post
                        Remember the green curry I made? 61 Thai chilies. I housed that sucker

                        I will give these a shot. I bought 6 pounds of coconut flour 2 years ago and I'm finally down to my last pound - you can see the frequency with which I use it. It would be nice to eliminate it altogether. Funny, I just purchased 4 lbs on Tuesday to restock...for the next 2 years. Ha.
                        I could never get them to be fluffy and shit, so it's kind of pointless. I'm going to keep them around in case I want to make like some sort of pie or something... flour less is the way for me now!
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                        • #13
                          I made these this morning using a frozen banana from my paleo smoothie stash, plus two eggs in a blender. Cooked in butter. They were thin but very pancake like, and sweet enough that I only put some additional butter on to eat them. Awesome! And so filling! Hard to believe it's only 2 eggs and a banana - feels like a feast!

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                          • #14
                            They sound fantastic! I am trying them out for breakfast tomorrow! I've seen a recipe that was similar to this, but they added garlic and other spices to make it a "dinner food." Any thoughts?

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                            • #15
                              I didn't have any success with these... I ended up just scrambling them because they were so runny!

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