I don't cook very often these days. We have a beautiful new baby, and my husband has been home and dominating the kitchen- so I am a little out of practice. Sure, I admit to tossing together a few things here and there, but not regularly like I normally would. (This is a unique chapter in our lives, and that is okay!)
I saw a post about banana pancakes a few weeks ago- what I remember was that there were just TWO ingredients! Gotta love that, right??? So, I looked it up and thought I would give it a try! Through a mishap I ended up making them wrong (this is where you wonder, "How do you mess up two ingredients???" Yeah... well.... I don't know, but I did!) but they ended up wonderful and I don't think I would change them!
Two Ingredient Pancakes:
2 overly-ripe bananas (those ugly ones that only banana-bread lovers can appreciate)
Heat oil on a skillet (just pretend you are making regular pancakes! I like coconut oil). While skillet is heating, mash bananas in a large bowl. Add eggs to banana mush, and mix together. Pour banana batter on skillet and cook like regular pancakes.
My husband enjoyed his first helping without syrup of any kind, and his second he added maple syrup (which is how our youngest boy ate his). My eldest son and I topped ours with blueberry sauce. We all loved these- they were quite a hit!