A couple of mornings ago, I made breakfast for Emilee and I. She tries to keep her gluten free/dairy free lifestyle as strict as possible,(doctors request) so I made gluten free pancakes. It’s kind of fun when you don’t follow an exact recipe and you just go with the flow, luckily these pancakes turned out delicious. They tasted a lot like banana bread! We loved them and can’t wait to make them again. Next time, I’ll be adding blueberries or Pumpkin!
3 large eggs
2 large ripe bananas
1/4 cup of gluten free flour
1/2 tablespoon ground cinnamon
1/2 tablespoon cream of tartar
1/2 tablespoon vanilla, 2 packets stevia
1/4 cup unsweetened almond milk
When you’re working with bananas, it’s easier to blend them up or use an electric mixer, other wise they’ll be chunky. I decided to make it easy and add all the ingredients to the blender.
After all the ingredients are blended together, heat a frying pan with cooking spray to medium high heat.
Cook 1/2 cup sized pancakes one at a time.
Make sure the pancake starts to bubble before flipping.
This recipe makes 10 1/2 cup sized pancakes.
Nutriton Per Pancake: 67 Calories, 8 g Carbs, 2 g Fat, 2 g Protein, 1 g Fiber, 3 g Sugar
What exactly does cream of tartar do? Those look delicious by the way!:)
Julie @ Run Away Freckles says
I have been reading your blog for a few years now and it really is my favourite. I always love your recipes. I cant wait to make these Sunday morning!
LInda @ Fit Fed and Happy says
I’d have it without the butter than syrup to make it even lower calorie!
Audrina @ Mindfully Audrina says
This looks too good to be true! It looks like a good amount too 🙂 I would love to know what the cream of tartar does too. Thanks for the recipe!
Can I replace the flour with old fashioned oats instead?
Chloe - A Latte Lipstick says
Ha agree with you! I love kinda following recipes but adding some creativity! Looks delicious
You are such an awesome roomie! Definitely saving this recipe for me and my roomie!
Lesley @ the Breakfast Runner says
Yum! This looks like tomorrow’s Sunday morning pancake recipe for sure. Can’t wait to try, I’m such a sucker for pancakes on the weekend!
These look so good! I’m so disappointed I didn’t see these until now! Just 2 hours ago I made pancakes for the first time in months. Wish I would’ve made these pancakes instead.
those look delish! need to pick up bananas asap! xo, cassie
This looks so amazing
Thanks for the fantastic recipe! How much would be necessary if I substitute coconut flour?
Made these and it was amazing!! My boyfriend LOVED them! Replaced flour with coconut flour, vanilla and tartar with almond butter and agave nectar instead of sugar! It was soooo delicious and helathy!! Thanks Taralynn!
sarah warren says
how many servings in a batch?
I made these with a few substations and they are so good! I added Greek Yogurt, extra cinnamon and wheat flour!