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Monday December 6th

Lions Plate: Two Ingredient Pancakes

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If you’re craving pancakes but lacking ingredients, look no further than this easy, two ingredient pancake recipe. Thinner, lighter and more flavorful than normal pancakes, these are sure to be a weekend hit with your family and friends. Plus if you make a bunch, you can cover them with plastic wrap and enjoy them as a weekday snack. Top with powdered sugar and maple syrup to add extra sweetness to this minimalist breakfast.

1-2 ripe bananas
2 eggs
Butter (for pan)

Optional Ingredients:
1/4 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp vanilla
1/2 tsp honey
1/2 tsp flour

Makes: 12 small pancakes


  1. Using a fork, mash bananas until there are no large chunks.

  2. In a separate bowl, using the same fork, whisk eggs until egg yolk and egg white are combined. Pour eggs into the mashed bananas and thoroughly mix together.

  3. Add optional ingredients. Add baking powder to make the pancakes fluffier, vanilla and honey to sweeten the pancakes and flour to thicken the batter.

  4. Turn stove to medium heat and melt butter in frying pan.

  5. Add a teaspoon of batter onto the frying pan.

  6. When batter begins to congeal, flip the pancake. When pancake turns golden brown on both sides, transfer to a plate.

  7. Repeat until there is no batter left.

  8. Enjoy!


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