Banana and Cinnamon Pancakes

Day 2 with my niece: success at last!  She absolutely LOVED the gymnastics and is seriously considering coming every weekend.  Yayyyy!!  There might be hope for her yet.

I had a ripe banana sitting in the fruit bowl from last week and I was bored looking at it, so I turned it into yummy pancakes for breakfast.  Even my niece ate them… with her toast (one step at a time!).

What you need:
1 medium to large banana
3 eggs
100 ml coconut milk
3 tbsp coconut flour
1 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp vanilla extract
¼ tsp baking soda
Coconut oil

How to make them:
Throw all the ingredients into your blender and blend to make the batter.  Add a little more coconut milk if it’s too thick.
Heat the coconut oil in a frying pan.
When the oil is hot, pour small amounts of the batter into the pan (I managed to get four pancakes in each batch).  Cook on a medium to high heat.
Cook on one side until the top starts to bubble, then turn them over and cook the other side.  This takes no more than a couple of minutes.
Add more coconut oil to the frying pan to cook the next batch.

I served these with fresh raspberries.



  1. These Pancakes are truly divine! I’ve also made them with a few blueberries in

    1. Thank you for the feedback, so glad you enjoyed them. Blueberries sound like a really nice addition too.

  2. Made a batch of these today using almond milk. Added a bit of water to a handful of frozen berries which I reduced down in a pan and poured over the top. They tasted great!

    1. I love the idea of reducing berries down and pouring them over the top, it sounds delicious!

  3. Delicious!
    Best paleo snack Paleo Granola Sola

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