4 ripe to overly ripe Bananas
½ cup Almond Flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 12 oz. bag of frozen Raspberries
Butter or spray for cooking
Small soup pan
Potato masher or fork
Griddle or sauté pan
Before you prep any of the ingredients start with the reduction because it will need to cool before serving.
Empty the bag of frozen fruit into a small soup pan and cook – uncovered – on low heat until the berries break down and the juices thicken. Stir occasionally. This will take approximately 15 minutes.
NOTE: As some point while you are cooking the pancakes, you will notice that the reduction is ready; it will be thicker and darker in color. At this point you need to remove it from the heat and let it cool.
While the reduction is cooking, start prepping your pancakes.
1. Peel bananas into a bowl and smash them with a potato masher. (You can use a fork if you don’t have a potato masher.)
2. Add 6 eggs to the smashed banana and whisk together until combined.
3. Add almond flour and baking powder into the bowl and whisk until combined. The pancake mix will be slightly chunky when fully combined.
4. Using a gravy ladle, spoon the pancake mix onto a well-heated, buttered griddle or sauté pan.
5. Cook until the edges are golden brown (approximately 2 minutes per side) then flip and cook the other side.
6. Stack the pancakes on a plate and cover with the reduction. Enjoy!
NOTE: You can use any fruit you like though berries seem to play off the banana flavor well by balancing the sweet and tart.
7 thoughts on “Banana Pancakes with Raspberry Reduction”
I love your recipes, but it is kind of hard to find them. It would be lovely if there was a section one could click on in the Navigation to enter easily
Thanks for the suggestion. Under nutrition, course #5 has all the recipes and meal plans in one place
I don’t like almond flour, can I make a substitute like coconut flour?
Yes, no guarantees on the texture though
These are AMAZING. ❤️
This lists butter for cooking but butter isn’t on the Metabolic Reset Program handout. Is butter ok to use?
Oh never mind I thought these were recipes for that diet not the Pound of cure.