The easiest, and healthiest pancakes you will ever make! Bananas mixed with eggs make for a simple and fabulous breakfast with limitless customization possibilities!
WW My Way Smart Points: 4 Green, 0 Blue, 0 Purple
This is such an easy recipe and batter to make. I mashed up a banana with a fork and then cracked two eggs into the mashed banana and whisked it together with a fork. I then added in the baking powder and vanilla and gave it a good mix. The more baking powder you add, the more fluffy they will become.
Cooking The Pancakes
I took a nonstick skillet, or griddle if you have one of those, and sprayed it down really well with non-stick spray. I heated the greased skillet with medium heat, and once hot I poured the batter onto the skillet. I found that the setting of 4 on my gas stove was the perfect heat after several batches. After I had the heat thing figured out, the pancakes got rounder and rounder. my first ones were a bit wonky, but still delicious! Once puffy, I flipped them over and let them cook through.
The topping ideas with this are endless, but I used some left over blueberry sauce from my berry cheesecake. This topping was free, and since the batter is free, I had a really yummy and totally free WW breakfast. A touch of whipped cream would be super yummy with the pancake and blueberry sauce! (I just didn't have any)
If you don't want to make the blueberry sauce, there are some many options! You could add PB2 into the batter for a peanut butter banana pancake and use lite maple syrup. The same goes for unsweetened cocoa powder for a chocolaty pancake.
Nuts, fruit, whipped cream, peanut butter, cocoa powder, cinnamon, honey, granola, and anything else your wonderful mind could dream up can go inside or on top of these pancakes! Just add the points of your add ons and you are done!
We also made blueberry pancakes, chocolate chip pancakes, and basic banana pancakes with plain syrup.
They were all really really tasty and sure to become a staple for me!