Natural Pancake Recipe


“All natural” food has become more and more of a necessity and less of a fad. So don’t shy away from making your dishes without processed materials. The importance of this kind of cooking is that you get your tasty dish gluten free and low on calories (under 250 for this example)! For the natural pancakes you will need:

•  banana;
• 2 eggs;
• coconut oil spray;
• a bowl;
• a pan;
• optional: strawberry or raspberry;



Here is what you’ll need to do. Take the ingredients and put them in a bowl. Don’t simply throw the banana in, cut it into slices, just like in the images; that will make it easier to mash together with the eggs. Use a type of coconut oil spray on your pan before cooking. Take a nice scoop of the mixture and pour on a low to medium heat pan, leave for 30 seconds and flip to the other side. Decorate with some strawberries and serve. Delicious!

9 Responses to “Natural Pancake Recipe”

  1. Joanne says:

    what a terrific idea…i dont eat pancakes but these look worth trying…i’m going to try them in my waffle iron…

  2. Jessica says:

    I’ve never gotten this to work 🙁 I always have to put some baking powder and flour in.

    • Dot says:

      It looks like they used more than just a fork to do the batter. I would try whipping the banana and eggs in my Bullet and then cooking it. I think it would work without the baking powder and flour if you mixed it with the Bullet or blender.

  3. Mona says:

    I ve tried it and it s not like the above pictures and the taste is really awful! It s something like banana omlette. It sticks to the cooking pan and turn up black at the end. You have to put some flower and baking powder.

  4. sue says:

    I made these today and they were delicious–I followed the recipie as it says and had no problem at all-didn’t need the flour or baking powder—–if you followed it the same as written –they turned out “great” for me—we loved them—tasted very different but unique–:)

  5. Erica says:

    I make these all the time. If you mash and mix them with a fork, no, they do not bind well, and end up very fragile/hard to flip. I highly recommend using a blender, and a bunch of cinnamon. Adding cinnamon changes the taste from “banana omelet” to banana bread.

  6. Beni says:

    This pancakes are very good but you should put 3 eggs and 1 banana

  7. yasemin says:

    yapışyoya ba amk 🙁

  8. Tammy says:

    Is the secret the coconut oil spray?
    Does veg oil cause the problem?

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