Jan 14, 2010

Banana Cakes

Was my last post really our Christmas post? I think my whole life is running a few weeks behind!


I want to share with you a fabulous (super healthy) recipe for Banana Cakes. Since I made them yesterday, I happen to be a little obsessed. Thanks to Jenny for this great idea. After I read about them on her blog, I couldn't wait to run to the store and buy some bananas.

And Callie loves them, too! I love baby-friendly food. For all you carb-watchers out there, they are definitely high protein and low carb, and also gluten-free.

The ingredients: everything you see here. No flour. No sugar. Amazing!

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Add them to a blender or Magic Bullet (pardon my flash, it was too early for natural light pictures).

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And cook like you would normal pancakes. You can make mini pancakes...

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Or regular size...

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Ta-da!

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I bet they would be good with peanut butter in the batter, or as a topping. Or you could top with syrup, honey, or powdered sugar. Or you could get really crazy and put a little Nutella on them. We are eating them plain; they have a subtle banana flavor that is yummy. Just make sure not to overcook them...my first batch turned out a little on the foamy side.

Stop by my house. I will make you some hot banana cakes. Bring the kids. :)

Banana Cakes
3 eggs
1 banana
1/2 t cinnamon (optional)

Blend ingredients, then cook in skillet.

6 comments:

Christy said...

too funny. i JUST read her post about these last night, and told Tim this morning i wanted to make them sometime! yum...can't wait to try them!

Jenny said...

Aren't those so yummy!? This morning I added blueberries and they were just delish!

Kiki said...

hm, I think I will be trying those!

Nick&Abby Flies said...

I'm definitely making these for supper tonight...I was frantic for something quick and easy :) thank you for rescuing me!

Holmfamily said...

definitely am going to try these!

Lindsay said...

I made these for breakfast yesterday, and they were a huge hit. Thanks for the recipe!

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