An easy recipe for healthy flourless banana and egg pancakes that doesn’t fall apart. Just 3 ingredients and 20 minutes needed. Gluten-Free. Keto. Low Carb. Paleo.
These Easy 3 Ingredient Banana Pancakes are Paleo approved, and Low-Carb Keto-friendly [depending on your own guidelines].
Although there are countless variations of this same recipe concept, our special touch is adding cinnamon. (Yeah, super special, but it truly elevates the flavor to new dimension and adds that special touch.
How to make Easy 3 Ingredient Banana Egg Pancakes:
So, let talk about how to make these yummy 3 Ingredient Banana Egg Pancakes for Paleo and Low Carb or Keto dieter..
Here’s the ingredients you‘ll need:
- Mix together the bananas, eggs and cinnamon. You can mix them by hand, but I suggest using a blender to make quick work and a smoother “batter”. (Photo 1 & 2)
- Get a pan heated to a medium high heat, melt a knob of butter or coconut oil and carefully scoop the batter into the pan. You’ll need to do 2-3 batches depending on the size of your pan, and add more oil as needed. (Photo 3)
- Cook the pancakes for a minute or so per side (I like to put a lid on the pan, because it really expedites the cooking process).
- PRO TIP: I know the pancakes are ready to flip when they start to look “dry” on top. (See Photo 4)
- Voilà! You’re good to go! Delicious piping hot 3 ingredients banana pancakes ready to be devoured. (Photo 5 & 6)
When I’m feeling extra fancy, I like to serve it with a drizzle of honey, a dollop of coconut cream, some fresh strawberries and even a sprinkle of chopped pecan nuts.
The most important thing to keep about this recipe, or any other banana pancakes, is that you’re never going to get “proper” fluffy pancakes using only 3 ingredients. If you think of this as more of a banana “fritter”, you’re less likely to end up disappointed.
When you’re making gluten-free flourless banana pancakes using simple fresh whole ingredients, you can only do so much.
But – this treat has great banana flavor, the shape of a pancake and it’s definitely a healthier and satisfying low-carb, keto or paleo treat.
Looking For More Healthier Keto and Paleo Desserts?
For more healthy low carb keto and paleo sweet treats and dessert recipes, check out any of these yummy options, plus some of our personal favorites from other great bloggers.
- Zesty Cinnamon Apples
- Honey Pistachio Frozen Grapes
- No Bake Almond Cookies
- Keto Cinnamon Rolls by The Best Keto Recipes
- Cinnamon Swirl Banana Bread by TheBigMansWorld.com
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Easy 3 Ingredient Keto Banana Pancakes
- 2 bananas
- 4 eggs
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 1/2 tsp baking soda (optional)
- Mix all the ingredients together until well combined.
- Melt a knob of butter in a pan over a medium heat and cook about 4 pancakes per batch (depending on the size of the pan).
- Allow the pancakes to cook about 1-2 minutes per side. I like to cover the pan while the pancakes cook on the first side before flipping. This allows the top to steam a little bit, making it fluffier and also easier to flip.
- Serve immediately as is, or with a dollop of coconut cream and fresh strawberries.
Tips and Tricks:1. You’ll know the banana pancakes are ready to flip when they start to look a lighter yellow and almost “dry” on top. (See step-by-step photos in post). 2. Serve these pancakes with a drizzle of honey, a dollop of coconut cream and some fresh berries. Disclaimer: Bananas have a high carb count in relation to other fruit. Since Keto/Low-Carb Diets have no strict definition, you have to decide for yourself if it fits into your diet, for your own body. This recipe contains 12g Net Carbs per serving. If this fits into your macros, and you’re willing to sacrifice a chunk of your daily carb allowance to eat this sweet treat, great! If not, give it a pass. Banana pancakes are an infinitely better choice than the floury/sugary kind, so if you’re craving something sweet – this might be all you need to stay on track.
This recipe was first published on November 7, 2018 and was updated on February 13, 2020 to include detailed step-by-step instructions and faqs.