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Tuesday, April 2, 2013

2 Ingredient Chocolate Pancakes!

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Yesterday I meant to post an April Fool's Day post, but obviously that didn't happen. So instead, I come with a new recipe today! And trust me, it's a good one.

Paleo pancakes are probably one of the hardest things to make. Either they're too dense, they never cook through, or they burn within the few seconds of cooking. But with two ingredients you can make super duper awesome pancakes! Not to mention, they're gluten, grain, soy, dairy, nut, and sugar free!

Two ingredient pancake recipes have been floating around the blogosphere for some time and I just finally got to making some myself. Since one of the main ingredients in these pancakes is bananas, I had to find a way to mask their flavor a little bit. (I don't really like the taste of bananas for some reason. :\ ) And chocolate and bananas are a heavenly combination so, why not add some chocolate? It sure did it's job, too. The banana flavor is hidden pretty well.

They're moist, soak up maple syrup perfectly, and make a ton of pancakes. Though you can easily go through half a batch if you're not careful. ;)

Note: As a general rule, use one banana for every two eggs

2 bananas, extremely ripe
4 eggs (For vegan, maybe try an egg replacer or flax or chia egg)
1/4 tsp. baking powder (optional, I didn't use it)
1 T. cocoa powder
Optional: chocolate chips, peanut butter, any nut or seed butter, walnuts, shredded coconut, etc.
fat for cooking (I used coconut oil)

1. Add ingredients to blender. Blend until smooth. (If using chocolate chips, nuts, or shredded coconut stir in after blending.)
2.  Grease your griddle or whatever you're cooking the pancakes. Ladle about a tablespoon on the griddle for each pancake.
3. Cook for 2-3 minutes, then flip and cook for additional minute. (These make better silver dollar pancakes then regular-sized ones.) Repeat until all your batter is gone.
4. Serve with chocolate syrup, maple syrup, whipped cream, butter, spread with sunflower seed butter- use your imagination!

Inquiry of the Day:

Did you have a great Easter?

I had a very lazy Easter. Though I did talk a walk after dinner to help digest all that food I ate. ;) It was 60 degrees outside and sunny! That's amazing weather right now. But then the next day it was 40. :\ Oh well, beggar's can't be choosers.

For Easter dinner, we had asparagus, sweet potatoes, gluten free rolls, gluten/dairy free mac n' cheese, ham, salad, bean salad, and chocolate pie and cake for dessert. It was a very filling meal. 


  1. Wow! Those looks super easy! I can't wait to try them, just as soon as we get some egg replacer:)
    I had a great Easter! I ate a lot, and my cousins were visiting for the weekend, so that was fun:)
    Hope you had a great April Fools Day, and didn't get pranked that much!

    1. Thanks! Actually, I didn't get pranked at all on April Fool's Day. But I did try to prank my family. ;) Unfortunately, the pranks didn't quite work out. :\ Oh well, there's always next year!

  2. That's going to be my breakfast tomorrow:)Sorry I didn't comment earlier!

    1. Let me know how they go for you. It's ok that you didn't comment before. I don't want you to feel obligated to comment. :)


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