With many thanks to MBDH for the eye opener on these.
Our breakfasts are easy. Not as fast as cereal and milk, but they are streamlined because they are essentially the same thing every day. I crack four or five eggs into a ghee-lined pan. Fry. Serve with fruit. Or avocado. Or roasted sweet potatoes if I have some. If I’m feeling crazy, I’ll fry up apple bits with cinnamon, but that takes extra work to chop up the apple. And SCENE.
But sometimes, when we are feeling a little crazy and need to break out of our egg routine, we change it up. Then we have pancakes, made out of, you guessed it, eggs.
This two (or three or four or more ingredient, you’ll see what I mean) pancake is a gamechanger. Fast. Tasty. The toddler is excited that he is getting pancakes. It is a pleaser for protein-seekers who are not in love with eggs. (Cough, cough, James.) Win, win.
Mash up bananas. Blend with eggs. Add dash of cinnamon. Fry.
That’s it. I know. Easy enough to do when you have kids screaming for breakfast and you aren’t thinking your best in the morning.
You can do individual batches to fry or mix up a big mess of banana/eggs and fry them individually. I like to do about one banana and two eggs per person, but you can play with this. I haven’t had an inedible batch yet.
They aren’t the prettiest. But they are tasty and filling.
If you have some extra time, throw a sweet potato in the microwave and then add sweet potato to the mix. This is a denser, more filling option. Look, Ma, no side item needed!
Add _______. You could really add anything. I’ve done blueberries. Delicious. I’m sure other fruit would be great. Nuts would be great. You could probably even shred zucchini or try other veggies. Go crazy! The leftovers in your fridge are your delicious breakfast oyster.
You recipe followers may be cringing a little. I know. It isn’t precise. But you really can’t screw it up. Now go forth and pancake!