2-ingredient healthy pancakes, gluten-free!

If you love pancakes but don't want to eat gluten, try these delicious gluten-free 2-ingredient healthy pancakes made with eggs and bananas! So nutritious and easy to make! Click to read full recipe tutorial.

Gluten-free 2-ingredient healthy pancakes made with bananas and eggs

Love pancakes for breakfast too? I love them so much! However because I’ve cut flour and gluten from my diet for the most part that pancakes were no longer included in my breakfast menu. Until now.

Remember my 6 ridiculously easy life changing habits post? On one of the habits, I vowed to smarten up with my eating, ditching most processed foods.

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But when I discovered how to create delicious healthy 2 ingredient pancakes with just bananas and eggs, I had to give it a try!

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Not only did it work, these gluten-free 2-ingredient healthy pancakes are delicious too! And they couldn’t be simpler to make.

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2-ingredient healthy pancakes


2 ingredient healthy pancakes via https://www.funkyjunkinteriors.net/

2-ingredient healthy pancake ingredients


  • 1 egg to 1 fresh banana
  • A little oil in a frypan
  • Toppings of syrup, butter, etc as desired.



1. Mush up 1 banana in a bowl.

2. Whip up 1 egg.

3. Combine and mix the eggs and mushed banana.

Adding frozen or fresh blueberries to the batter is delicious too!

4. Lightly oil a frypan, and reheat.

5. Pour small amounts of the batter into the frypan on low heat.

6. Allow to cook until small bubbles are popped around the perimeter of the pancakes.

7. Flip, then fry until done.

8. Top with your favorite toppings such as butter, sliced bananas, other fruit, etc.


Other pancake tips:


I like to top with vegan butter, Roger’s Syrup, and sliced bananas.

1 egg and 1 banana creates 4 small pancakes perfect for 1 person.

The pancake consistency is a little mushier when comparing to a flour pancake, but if you fry them long enough on low heat, you can mimic an original pancake pretty closely.

If you love pancakes but don't want to eat gluten, try these delicious gluten-free 2-ingredient healthy pancakes made with eggs and bananas! So nutritious and easy to make! Click to read full recipe tutorial.

.So if you love the flavour of bananas or pancakes or both, give this healthy pancake recipe a try!

Inspired by this recipe at Rabbit Food for My Bunny Teeth HERE.

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26 thoughts on “2-ingredient healthy pancakes, gluten-free!

  1. Great idea. I made pumplin pancakes that are made from pumpkin, pumpkins spices, and eggs (maybe one or two other ingredients) but they were delicious, and I suspect your banana version is also. Love gluten free recipes are are actually easy.

  2. I do this with 2 bananas, and 4 whole eggs, blend in food processor until well mixed, then about 1/4C pancakes – they are more delicate than a normal one…more crepe like in consistency I think.

  3. Thanks, that is one I am going to try. Love your blog, just thought I would say that my hubby and I went to Vancouver, BC this weekend. Haven’t been to Canada for a long time, now you even need a passport! Had a good time.

  4. wow! my husband makes these really great almond flour pancakes, but that’s amazing that those two ingredients made such good looking pancakes. we will be trying this the next time we make pancakes. thanks for sharing!

  5. So I made these for dinner the other night. I liked them a lot. My husband prefers REAL pancakes with lots of flour! Your stomach must be a lot bigger than mine – I ate all my pancakes plus another banana and 2 pieces of toast!

  6. Hey Donna..I make these with 2 eggs to 1 banana ratio and must admit mine dont look as golden and inviting as yours! Wondering, did you just use 1 egg to 1 banana? Like your photo. And/or you just have a really good camera, as I’m sure you do! Either way they look delicious! And good on you for your decision to get healthier..not always easy!! 🙂

  7. Try this for a more healthy syrup, with no preservatives.

    Equal amount of honey and butter with a splash of vanilla and a shake of cinnamon.

    I have 4 kids so I use these quantities:

    1 C butter
    1 C honey

    Melt the butter in a sauce pan on med-low heat. When the butter is melted whisk in the honey. When they are mixed add a splash of honey and a shake of cinnamon to taste.

    Any left overs I just put in a canning jelly jar and put in the refrigerator. Just warm up a bit when you want to use it again.

    My kids like this better than “regular syrup”. It is very rich tasting to us.

  8. Those pumpkin pancakes sound good. Gonna go through out some seed. Catch some early crop..

    Triple R Ranch

  9. Donna, as I made these again this morning I had to come back here to thank you. I’ve been making these for 10 years I guess, since I saw this original post. Just wanted to say Thanks!

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