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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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    Thank you, Jamie! It's nice to hear from someone who has already won the battle of finding the right temperature and time. Undercooked eggs (probably the egg whites) have always really messed with my stomach, and that's something I really don't want right now while pregnant!

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    Thought I'd add my 2 cents on my first time trying these...

    The recipe I saw somewhere included a tablespoon of almond butter, so I mixed together:

    1 large egg, 1 medium banana, 1 tablespoon organic almond butter, 1 teaspoon ( more or less) of coconut flour, dash of cinnamon , and pinch of salt.
    Cooked them in ghee and topped with a drizzle of maple syrup- total heaven!

    I'm always thinking of how to improve on a recipe, so next time I may add a sprinkle if chopped pecans or a few chocolate chips AND serve with bacon.

    Perfect salty sweet filling combo.

    I felt very good this morning after this breakfast and wasn't hungry for several hours .
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    They are awesome!! Flat like a crepe but yummy and no need for syrup!! I use vanilla and cinnamon.

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    I'm still making these every once in a while. I add about a table spoon of coconut flour to the banana egg mix. For me they are best fried in virgin coconut oil. No syrup needed either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldergirl View Post
    Thank you, Jamie! It's nice to hear from someone who has already won the battle of finding the right temperature and time. Undercooked eggs (probably the egg whites) have always really messed with my stomach, and that's something I really don't want right now while pregnant!
    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.

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    Quote 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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