Coconut Oil for greasing the pan
Smush the bananas, beat in the eggs. Cook the pancakes over medium-high heat.
Ok, so that sounds easy enough. Well, the first time they didn't turn out very well. For some reason they didn't hold their shape, and were a crumpled pile of mush when the family ate them. But the flavor was delicious!! And my husband labeled them a success. So we tried them again and again.
Here's a few things we have learned...
*They do taste like bananas (yum!)
*The riper the banana, the better they turn out
*Greasing the pan between each set of pancakes helps them to flip properly.
*Sometimes they taste eggy, this is usually if the bananas haven't been smushed enough, or if there is not enough banana to egg.
*This is not an exact science, so try them a couple times before passing judgement on them.
While they are not my favorite (I love a good fluffy, bready pancake), my family loves them! Especially my boys. Just looking at the picture below, Whit was asking for pancakes for lunch :) They taste good, they are easy to make, and they are flour, dairy, nut, and sugar free. What's not to love! Oh and they taste great with a little butter and syrup.