Ok, so my sister is currently on a no wheat diet. So, while mindlessly pinned I found a pin about three ingredient pancakes. it showed it was really simple. so I figured I would give it a try. Here is the link to the blog that I took the original recipe from: http://www.recipebyphoto.com/3-ingredient-pancakes/
Ok, so I made a double batch. It made ten small jacks, they have to be small, otherwise they are too fragile to flip. My sister LOVED these pancakes, and she is a really picky eater. We just have them with butter and maple syrup, like any other pancake.
So here is the recipe:
2 bananas (good size)
1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon
makes about 10 small jacks, three jacks a serving, so about thee servings.
And they are way more filling then I thought they would be!
Instructions: peel the bananas and put in the Magic Bullet, blend until it is smooth. (the blog said just to mash it up small and then whisk it, but magic bullet is quicker and easier, it also makes it more smooth.) Now once you have the bananas puréed add the eggs into the magic bullet cup along with the cinnamon. Then close and blend together until consistent. (I used the regular sized cup for the MB, and it was the perfect size for what I had.) Then I refrigerated it for about fifteen minutes. Once it as really cold I heated the pan up to 3 and a half and buttered the pan, but if you are staying away from dairy you can just oil it with corn oil. Then I used a fourth of a cup measure and scooped about one and a half to two for each pancake. I cooked two at a time so they are kinda weird shaped. they cook about two minutes on each side, bubbles will appear like when you cook regular pancakes, as soon as it has enough integrity to put the spatula under it flip it. the second side I found took a lot less time then the first. and then flip onto plate and vola!
so this is a doubled batch from the blog I got it from, with my improvised cinnamon amount because the blog doesn't say how much to put in.
Sorry the picture below is kinda fuzzy.