Simple, quick and easy to make light and fluffy plantain pancakes. With just 2 ingredients, these pancakes are paleo, gluten-free, dairy free, grain free, and no sugar added. They come together in a few minutes and make the perfect healthy pancakes. And it makes enough for just one!
Pancakes are great at bringing back childhood memories. Well they do for us.
We enjoy pancakes all different kinds of ways. We like them plain, drizzled with maple syrup, a touch of butter (well ghee in our case), covered with defrosted frozen fruit, yogurt, peanut butter or even our go-to breakfast mush we like on top.
2 ingredient plantain pancake recipe that is gluten-free, grain-free and paleo
Please share these thin and fluffy plantain pancakes with your pancake loving friends.
We love simple, no-fail recipes. Recipes that you know are easy to adapt or add to with ease.
This recipe is just that. It’s quick to make and we’re willing to bet you’ve got everything you need to make them right now. That is if you have plantains stocked in your house like we do.
You’ve probably seen or heard about the banana-egg 2 ingredient pancakes that everyone raves about on Pinterest. Well … we think this plantain version is even better.
Inspiration for this recipe came from Michelle’s love of pancakes. She was the pancake queen in our house growing up.
In the past, we called on boxed mixes to make our pancakes. Not anymore. These are our go-to no fail pancakes! Michelle approves!
We made this recipe a few years ago when our love for plantains started but felt this recipe deserved an update.
This easy homemade pancake recipe is light and fluffy! The BEST pancake you will ever make! Great for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner! You can eat pancakes anytime you want in our house.
The easiest, most delicious healthy fluffy plantain pancakes that serves 1.
It’s hard to believe just some eggs and a plantain will make moist and delicious pancakes. Made in just a few minutes too.
All you have to do is blend. Cook. Flip. Enjoy.
We find keeping the pancakes on the smaller side they do best since there is no flour helping hold them together.Print
Flourless 2 ingredient plantain pancakes that are light and fluffy
Flourless pancakes made from just 2 ingredients. Great for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner! This easy homemade pancake recipe is light and fluffy! Just a few steps and ingredients involved and they’re so good, better than box pancakes.
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 10 minutes
- Total Time: 15 minutes
- Yield: depends on size scooper
- 3 whole eggs
- half of a plantain, 100g after being peeled
- few drops of stevia for sweetness (optional)
- Preheat skillet over medium heat.
- Peel plantain.
- Chop plantain and toss into blender.
- Add in eggs into blender.
- Blend ingredients until smooth.
- Spoon some batter into a small circle in the nonstick pan.
- Give it a few minutes to cook on one side.
- Then flip and allow pancakes to finish cooking on the other side.
- Until you’ve achieved a slight golden-brown color.
- Continue this until all the pancake batter is cooked.
- Plate and enjoy with some butter and/or maple syrup.
- Serving Size: serves 1
We personally love these new take on the classic pancakes.
What can we say we are plantain obsessed. Plus, they make really great base for pancakes!
Lori and Michelle
Is there a way to make these egg free? Would an egg substitute like Follow Your Heart Vegan Eggs work?
Amanda, not sure about that egg substitute. We never used it before so unsure of what would happen, sorry. We did link to our vegan version of a pancake.
These look SO GREAT! I can’t wait to make these. Would it matter if I used recipe, yellow plantains versus green plantains? Do you think one is needed over the other? Thanks! 🙂
We feel any ripeness of plantains would work in these. Just with the yellow more ripe plantain they might be more sweeter and maybe a little softer in texture.
I wasn’t sure what to expect when I tried these, and I couldn’t believe how good and pancake-y they really were! I think I just found my new favorite breakfast.
Wahoo! So glad to hear you enjoyed the recipe.
Hoe ripe was your plantain used in your recipe to achieve the same texture as photos on your blog?
typically the green with a little yellow works best. A more ripe (yellow) plantain will provide a more moist texture
Hi.I make now this pancake and is very teasty !! I eat them with strawberry jam (without sugar ).Great recipe