Paleo Pancakes

I won’t lie, eating eggs really isn’t my thing despite the fact that I eat two every day. They’re good for protein which is great for me because I’m not much of a meat eater. But alas, I don’t like eating them (neither does my brother now that I think about it) and therefor I’ve been hunting around on how to avoid eating them as is and how to make the Paleo versions of my favourite weekend treats. I came across a two in one solution: Paleo Pancakes.

When I look for alternative ways to cook my favourite foods I hunt for recipes that don’t require fifty ingredients, trips to three different shops and the blood of a virgin. I like to keep it simple because, in all honesty, I don’t have much experience cooking. I found this recipe online and on another blog and decided to try it out this morning.

I like the recipe and even though I didn’t have a blender, it far exceeded expectations. Your pancakes will have a distinct banana taste but I love banana so it doesn’t bother me. One came out like a normal pancake (until I tried to flip it and screwed up and further proved to myself there is a good reason no one asks me to cook pancakes) and the other I pressed down (I cooked them on my toastie machine or “sandwich press”) and it came out a crepe consistency. I went all burrito-ish with it and put in honey and frozen raspberries and blueberries before wrapping it up.

I loved it and will definitely be doing this again. I might even make it my standard breakfast.

Paleo Pancakes

Ingredients:
2 eggs
1 banana

Directions:
Blend together and cook.

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