100% Natural Pancakes Recipe – Gluten Free, Flourless, Low Calorie, Easy

Hey POPsters!!!

OH. EM. GEE.

New discovery!!!!!

This is the easiest pancake recipe you will ever find in your LIFE!!!!! And it’s 100% made out of natural ingredients. No protein powder, no flour, no sugars…not even almond milk! It’s just 2 ingredients!

Check this ingredient list:

– 1 ripe banana

– 2 whole eggs

Bam!!! That’s it. Just blend. If you’re mixing in a bowl, make sure the banana is all mashed. Then spray your pan with some PAM, EVO), or coconut oil on low to medium heat, scoop some of the batter on there, give it about 20-30 sec, flip, and done! Serve and eat!

So simple I couldn’t believe it. I almost died. I must have this again! Here’s the instructional video for your enjoyment:

NUTRITION INFO:

Under 250 calories, nearly 14g of protein! Wowee and no processed anything! These pancakes are gluten free, dairy free, low calorie, and delicious. My fave part is that I am not using any ingredients that are difficult to access in any country. Please try this today and let me know what you think! Maybe you can experiment and add a little cinnamon.

Also, don’t forget to try my new POP Pilates workout in front of Big Ben…Pippa’s Butt Workout!!

Also…I REALLY wanna do a cardio dance video. So watch for that in the near future. And! If you are a YouTube artist or know any YouTube artists…I’d love to collaborate and use your music in my videos! So yeah, just putting it out there!

<3 you guys! Have a fabulous Friday!

Cassey

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  • sherscott

    I make these all the time with a little difference

    1 banana
    1 tbsp flour or 1 tbsp ground oatmeal to keep it free
    1 tsp baking powder
    1 scant tsp cinnamon

    Syrup

    frozen strawberries microwave till hot sweeten with agave nectar or stevia
    or fresh berries mashed and sweetened with agave nectar or stevia top with a dollop of fat free whipped topping

  • sher

    I make these all the time…I add 1 tbsp flour or for free ppc I will grind 1 tbsp oatmeal and add that… It gives it a little more body and not as hard to flip…. I also only add 1 egg…1 tsp baking powder and 1 scant tsp cinnamon.. Baking powder gives it a little more lift and lighter pancake….

    for the syrup I nuke frozen strawberries in the microwave and sweeten with stevia or agave nectar don’t have to use much as it is so sweet or I mash fresh strawberries and sweeten with stevia or agave nectar

  • Angela

    Oh. Em. Gee. Indeed! Tried these just now, so so tasty, easy and quick to make and healthy too! I managed to share some with my boyfriend ;) who was sceptical but wants more. Me too :) Thank you Cassey!

  • Emily

    I made them on Monday, they were on the beginners calendar and I thought why not? And they turned out so amazing!! It wasn’t very easy to make them as they basically burn within seconds, but they were soooo fluffy and soft (I made them in the mixer).. it was amazing. Thanks for sharing that recipe! :)

    • Angela

      Hey, mine cooked quick too, a lower heat gave them golden rather than dark brown colour/black. It’s handy that they cook so quick :)

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  • Lulu

    Can i eat these at a rest day or should i eat this only on a workout day ??

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  • Hey Cassey and other Popsters!

    I’m having SUCH a hard time making these! Every time I try, my pancakes look like scrambled eggs and not pancakes!

    • Tiffany

      Are you mashing it enough? And are you making them small enough? I just do two teaspoons per pancake, otherwise I can’t turn them without destroying them!

      • Elifnur Yıldırım

        Only two teaspoons for per? Would not it be making them tiny real pancakes are not that small tho

    • Michelle

      I too was having this problem Shana…then I decided to make it on an extremely slow and low fire, This solved my problem. Hope this helps.

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  • LeAnna

    My daughter just turned a year old and loves these pancakes. These pancakes almost melt in your mouth they are so easy to eat! I always have to triple the recipe for me and my 2 kids.

  • Janika

    How long does it to make these if I don’t use the blender?

    • Tiffany

      Mashing it all together with a fork also works and takes like 2 minutes.

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  • Lucie

    Cassey! This banana pancakes are so amazing :D they taste great!! I love it!! :))

  • Keanani

    How many average sized pancakes does one banana make ?

    • Tiffany

      I haven’t managed to make average sized pancakes, because they break up when you flip them. I do 2 teaspoons per pancake. 2 eggs 1 banana is perfect for me and I eat more than average

  • Pine

    I love the recipe!! Thanks *-*

  • Kahlin

    Hey I really need one help!
    I was wondering does anyone know if i xoukd make this with flax eggs instead ?
    Thank you! :)

  • I loved these so much I had to write about them.

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  • João brito

    ooooo!!!! thats very easy i gone tray this tacks for the video

  • João brito

    aaaaaaa !!!! fiquei surprendido não sabia que podia fazer panquecas assim.
    mas sou com 2 ingredientes mmm mas sem farinha elas ficam muito finas não ????

  • Samantha Tsui

    How many pancakes is one serving?

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  • I put honey on my pancakes! It is a natural sweetener and tastes better than syrup in my opinion :)

  • Margot

    My problem with these is that they turned out to be a banana omelette! Did I do something wrong?

    • Kendra

      i put the eggs and banana in the blinder before cooking. maybe your mix was too chunky?

  • Kendall G.

    Anybody have ideas for toppings I could add to these? I’m trying to avoid the usual syrup, so I was thinking maybe peanut butter. If anybody has other ideas or has tried something that’s fairly healthy, let me know!

    Thanks :)

    • I put honey on my pancakes! It is a natural sweetener and tastes better than syrup in my opinion :)

    • Sara

      I eat those pancakes always with banana, apple, blue berries or strawberry jam. It tastes amazing!!

    • Ellen

      I put cinnamon on my pancakes :)

    • Alice

      Cinnamon and raisins mixed into the batter is heavenly! Although my friend does them with blueberries and says they’re great :)

  • Billie Yates

    I made these today and love them! I did add a pinch of salt, some cinnamon, and nutmeg. I was sure they’d come out eggy, but really didn’t…will make these oftem! Thank you!

  • Moc

    I was after workout and very hungry when I saw this recipe and I thought I really have to give it a shot. And I did. First I was skeptical – no way this could taste great without any sugar or honey or something – but I tasted it and OMG! It is freaking awesome! I saved one pancake for my bf too – I ate the rest instantly xD – and he loved it too :D I’ll definitely do this as breakfast/dessert/on to go snack, thanks Cassey :D

  • One of my favourite go-to’s! I’ve also got a great 3 ingredient pancake recipe on my healthy eating blog with a tutorial too!

    http://addalittlefood.com/2014/12/30/2-ingredient-pancakes/

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  • Hi Cassey! I loved this recipe so much that I decided to include it in my blog, under the post My 10 Favorite Recipes of 2014. I have obviously given you all the credit, and linked it to this post ;) I hope there is no problem with it, otherwise feel free to contact me ;)
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    http://thekaleandheartygirl.blogspot.com/2015/01/my-10-favorite-recipes-of-2014.html

  • I just made these on my blog so it would be great if you could check them out!

    http://addalittlefood.com

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  • Ellie

    I tried the pancakes today. I followed the recipe and they turned out pretty good. The texture is nice, it’s fluffy, not at all like omelette, but not quite like a “real” pancake. I would suggest using a really ripe banana. Also you can add walnuts, almonds, raisins, cinnamon or oats. They are super filling too, all around great recipe.
    However I can’t seem to stomach well the taste of cooked bananas, it makes me feel ill. That’s the sole reason why I probably won’t make these very often (I’ll make these probably only if I crave sweet pancakes really badly). That’s personal taste really.
    But if you like the taste of cooked banana I say try it. Highly recommending!

    • Janet Collar

      I do not care for ripe bananas. But I tried your recipe using a banana on the firm side. Make sure you remove those dark threads on the banana; that’s where the overly ripe flavor comes from, I believe.
      These were excellent. Reminded me of crepe suzettes; Fit for a king! Next time I will top with blueberries after they are done. I was able to get 5 4″ pancakes. Make sure you put a little of your oil on the pancake turner before flipping. If you have trouble flipping, let them cook a little longer, then try.Well worth the effort!! G’ma Jan

  • Anna

    I have made this several times and my version has evolved to: 1 banana, 1 egg, 1/3 cup of oatmeal, 1 tbsp of ground flaxseeds, 1 tbps gr. walnuts. Very good, a little more substantial.

  • Janet

    I love this recipe! So simple