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Berry Pancakes (Grain-free/Paleo)

I made these on Valentine’s Day for breakfast. These are the 2 Ingredient Banana Pancakes, dressed up a little more. 


1 banana 

2 pasture raised eggs

1/4 cup of raw milk (This could be omitted, but it should make the pancakes a little fluffier. You could also substitute for almond milk, if needed.) 

1/2 cup of blackberries (I used fresh, but I’m sure thawed frozen blackberries will work just fine.) 

1/4 tsp. of baking soda

1/2 tsp. of pure vanilla extract (optional, but I’d use it. :))

Mush the banana up with a fork. Then, add in the eggs, milk, vanilla extract, and baking soda. Whip together. Fold in the blackberries. Try to break up the blackberries a little if you can, so that way they will be easier to flip. Coat a saucepan or pancake griddle with coconut oil or non-hydrogenated organic palm oil shortening. With a ladle, scoop some of the batter and poor it into the pan/griddle. Once, the bottom of the pancake seems firm, the pancake should be ready to flip (this won’t take long). Continue, until all of the batter is used. 

Smash up the bananaIMG_1863

Mix in the eggsIMG_1864

Add in the other ingredientsIMG_1866

Add some of the batter into a panIMG_1867


Top of your pancakes with some fresh fruit. I used some leftover blackberries and also added some fresh strawberries. Don’t forget to drizzle some pure maple syrup on top! Delish! Enjoy! IMG_1870

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  1. Pingback: Apple Pancakes (Grain-free/Paleo) | Healthy Living Awaits- Real Health. Real Food. Real Living

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