Two Ingredient Pancakes [Take I]

So before I even get into the pancakes, I should probably admit to you that for breakfast I had to sneak just one bite of the homemade pesto pizza the BOY and I made with our friends last night.

 

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That was the BOY’s meatlovers and here is my veggie pesto on thin crust.

 

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It tasted just as good leftover this morning when I had a small sliver before making breakfast.  Also before breakfast….

 

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Hot Black Mango Tea!

 

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When your car looks like this, every little bit of warmth helps : )  It took the BOY and I 30 minutes to thaw out and break into my car before heading downtown today.  Which is why, it was a good thing that I had a hearty breakfast!

 

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I was a huge fan of the Paleo Pancakes and loved Tina’s OMG. Pancakes!, so I knew that I had to try these Two Ingredient Pancakes when I discovered them on Jessie Bear’s website.

 

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It is well documented that I am terrible at flipping pancakes and today was NO different.

 

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I had all of my spatulas on standby as I attempted my flip, but still ended up with a multi-pieced pancake.

 

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So I smothered it with almond butter, coconut and strawberries.  A combination that had my test buds singing and me ready to head back into the kitchen for round II.

 

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I will learn this eventually right?! 

 

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Check out the recipe and tips for making Two-Ingredient Pancakes.

 

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We had an exciting day in the city that started with a cookie decorating lesson with the ladies and ended with fajitas and the family.

 

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And now my tired bottom is back on the couch for the Shameless premiere.

 

 

Any pancake flipping tips?

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25 thoughts on “Two Ingredient Pancakes [Take I]

  1. Beautiful cookies! I’m alway in awe when people can decorate and frost them so nicely.
    I’m also brutal at flipping pancakes, but I think it’s because I’m too anxious and flip them too early.

    • I think I am an early flipper too : ) Cookie decorating was so fun. My friend is super talented and I was excited with how nice my cookies turned out. I’m hoping to have time to make a batch of mine own before Valentine’s Day!

  2. I have yet to try a two-ingredient pancake, but need to asap! What a great, warm breakfast… perfect for a cold winter morning!

    Those cookies are perfect! :)

  3. Hmmm . . . I made the 2-ingredient pancakes once (experience is on the blog), and they came out looking just like pancakes (albeit a bit burnt . . . ) and flipped okay. Maybe it has something to do with getting the ratio of banana to egg just right?

    • Possible. After making them, I read Tina’s tips and it seems that the ratio is KEY. I also think (becaus Jessie helped me out) that I need to use a bigger pan. I should have made pancake flipping one of my 2013 goals. Ha ha!

  4. Two ingredients, can’t beat that! I used to be awful at making and flipping pancakes, I have to really get my spatula under there and make sure that I have the entire pancake under there. I bought a huge spatula about a year ago. It’s awesome.

  5. I watched Grey’s tonight too!! The strawberries and cookies look great….frosted are my favorite. Pancake flipping tips: make sure to grease the pan beforehand and most importantly use a flat pan like a skillet. Happy pan caking.

    • I was shocked to find such fresh berries in the middle of winter but happily picked up a few containers. I think I ned a flatter pan and should probably bust out my griddler next time. Thanks for the suggestion!

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