Three Ingredient Pancakes

Breakfast at our house is an important meal of the day. And no, I don’t mean the kind that has a cartoon tiger running around saying, “they’re great!” and then quietly adding “part of a complete breakfast”. Our breakfasts need fruit, veggies or protein to last us ’til noon. Sometimes I can get all three in but not always. This recipe at least gets two out of the three and the kids scarf them up. Warm the griddle Mama.

Mmm… Using a ladle is the easiest trick for the same size pancakes.

These pancakes take a few minutes to blend, cook and eat. You don’t even need syrup on them. (Although who doesn’t love a little maple syrup). This recipe can be whole30 if you leave the peanut butter out. You can add oatmeal and/or cinnamon to this recipe to change it up.

Anyway that griddle is hot… so get them eggs, bananas and peanut butter and get blending. Oh, wait, bring your coffee along. It might get lonely over under the Keurig dispenser. Just sayin’.

3 Ingredient Pancakes

  • Servings: 4-6
  • Difficulty: easy
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Credit: WR Buckley


  • 5 bananas
  • 10 eggs
  • 1/2 cup peanut butter
  • Butter and Syrup (optional)


  1. Toss all ingredients into blender.
  2. Ladle onto hot griddle.
  3. As bubbles appear on the top and the edge gets shiny, turn over to cook other side. Don’t worry if they appear burnt. They are not. There is no flour to make then light in color. Enjoy!

Don’t forget the coffee or milk if you are under 10. 


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