Three-ingredient pancakes have become a staple in my home. My toddler no longer likes eggs lately, and by eating these pancakes he is getting a good dose of protein, Selenium, Vitamins D, B6, B12 and minerals such as Zinc, Iron and Copper. Bananas are nutritious as well, and a good source of Vitamin B6, Manganese, Vitamin C, Potassium, Dietary Fiber, protein, Magnesium, and Folate. This recipe is my adaptation to a recipe I found on-line one day, only instead of bananas, eggs, and granola, which are my three ingredients, the writer suggested bananas, eggs, and quick oats. Basically you mash 3 ripe bananas, add 3 eggs, then add 1 cup of granola. I use granola with honey and almond slivers, but of course you have to consider your family member's allergies and age-restriction (for example nuts and raw honey are risky for infants). I then like to add different little extras each time to mix it up, like a berry (especially raspberries), and chocolate or peanut butter chips (if not allergic). Once you mix everything you simply heat some frying oil (I like grape-seed oil) on a non-stick frying pan and add half a cup of your "batter". You cook on medium until bubbles appear and the pancake is firm enough to flip it without breaking it. Once you flip it you cook it a little more until it appears solid. You place it on a plate covered with a paper towel to absorb the extra oil. If you have any pancakes left you can store them in the fridge in a sealed Tupperware for 2 days or so. Bon Appetit!
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