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    so how can I make these more "post heavy weight lifting" friendly?
    (but still taste good)

    I imagine I'd have to cut the fats down a bit...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexia View Post
    I made this tonight half a banana and 1 egg plus blueberries, it was so delicious better than original pancakes. Yummy.
    can you share the exact recipe please?

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    When I made these the first time, the recipe called for baking them in the oven on parchment paper (maybe 10 mins at 350 degrees?) It was a great way to deal with a more delicate batter--my egg/pancake creations often become scrambles.

    They also (when baked) had more tensile strength, like I could imagine saving some to use as the base for nut-butter sandwiches to take along somewhere.

    My non-paleo son *loved* these, thought they tasted like banana bread, and actually ate them without syrup.

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    Those of you who said you make banana/egg muffins or bread, what oven temperature do you cook them at?

    I only have a small skillet, so making enough pancakes to eat takes forever. I'd love to try baking them instead. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldergirl View Post
    Those of you who said you make banana/egg muffins or bread, what oven temperature do you cook them at?

    I only have a small skillet, so making enough pancakes to eat takes forever. I'd love to try baking them instead. Thanks!
    When in doubt, 350degrees on most baking projects works well. That's what I use for other muffins. Haven't tried these ones.

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    Thank you! I'd just hate to mess them up. Baking doesn't come naturally to me... which is generally fine, since most primal foods get cooked in a skillet .

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    just tried these pancakes with a little of my own honey drizzled over....O.M.G.

    very glad not to miss out next pancake day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldergirl View Post
    Those of you who said you make banana/egg muffins or bread, what oven temperature do you cook them at?

    I only have a small skillet, so making enough pancakes to eat takes forever. I'd love to try baking them instead. Thanks!
    i usually do a bit higher temp than what paleobird suggested. When i tried at 350 things came out mushy kind of like baked pudding which, while fucking delicious, wasn't what i was after. 380 for 25 minutes is what i figured out delivered the best form of banana muffin goodness. but maybe thats just because my oven sucks i don't know!

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