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Flourless Banana Nut Pancakes

Flourless Banana Nut Pancakes require only 4-ingredients, are ready in 10 minutes and are nutritious with pecans, bananas, oats and eggs. That's it!

This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/Rubbermaid®. All opinions are my own.Flourless Banana Nut Pancakes require only 4-ingredients, are ready in 10 minutes and are nutritious with pecans, bananas, oats and eggs. That's it! www.nutritionistreviews.comIt took me awhile to get into the banana-egg pancake trend (though I love my Pumpkin Spice Pancakes) but once I did, I couldn't stop making them! It was late one Saturday night when I was on Facebook and saw a video someone making 2-ingredient pancakes with bananas and eggs.

Flourless Banana Nut Pancakes require only 4-ingredients, are ready in 10 minutes and are nutritious with pecans, bananas, oats and eggs. That's it! www.nutritionistreviews.com
I realized that I had both of the ingredients so I decided to give it a try. I pretty much never keep things super simple so I added some oats and pecans. They were delicious and so easy to make! My husband, daughter and I all loved them. That is a win in my book! I made these pancakes two more times in a short period of time when I finally decided, if we like them that much, they so will my readers!

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Flourless Banana Nut Pancakes require only 4-ingredients, are ready in 10 minutes and are nutritious with pecans, bananas, oats and eggs. That's it! www.nutritionistreviews.com
Life is pretty busy for us right now. I am home on maternity leave with a toddler and a newborn and mornings are the busiest time of day for us. Baby wakes up ready to eat. The toddler has to go to the bathroom and is starving. My dogs need to go outside and be fed. I need to go to the bathroom, etc. etc. Therefore, getting breakfast on the table needs to be quick.

Flourless Banana Nut Pancakes require only 4-ingredients, are ready in 10 minutes and are nutritious with pecans, bananas, oats and eggs. That's it! www.nutritionistreviews.com
I love doing a bit of meal prep to keep myself sane and have healthy food available at all times. Today, I spent a little bit of time making chicken tortilla soup for dinner and made plenty of it so we can have leftovers. I also cooked up some steamed sweet potatoes and chopped some carrots and cucumbers for healthy snacks. 

Flourless Banana Nut Pancakes require only 4-ingredients, are ready in 10 minutes and are nutritious with pecans, bananas, oats and eggs. That's it! www.nutritionistreviews.com
These flourless banana nut pancakes can be made ahead of time and reheat really well. You can top them with a little maple syrup or nut butter. I like mine with extra bananas, syrup and chopped pecans. Yum! A delicious and filling breakfast to meal prep to save you time in your busy schedule. Feel free to double or triple the recipe so you have plenty leftover for all week.

Flourless Banana Nut Pancakes require only 4-ingredients, are ready in 10 minutes and are nutritious with pecans, bananas, oats and eggs. That's it! www.nutritionistreviews.com

Flourless Banana Nut Pancakes

Total time: 10 minutes
Servings: 3 (3 pancakes per serving)

Ingredients 

  • 2 very ripe bananas, mashed with a fork
  • 1/4 cup quick oats
  • 4 large eggs
  • 3 tablespoons pecans, chopped

Instructions

1. Mix together mashed banana, eggs, oats and pecans.
2. Heat a nonstick skillet or griddle. Spray with nonstick spray. Spoon the batter onto pan to make about 9 pancakes total.
3. Cook for about 3 minutes on each side. Flip and cook an additional 2 minutes.
4. Top with toppings of choice and enjoy!

**Batter is quite thin so make sure that pan is hot before placing batter on pan so it doesn't spread too much.
**Instead of mashing bananas and mixing by hand, you can also blend the bananas, oats and eggs in food processor and then add in chopped pecans.

Flourless Banana Nut Pancakes require only 4-ingredients, are ready in 10 minutes and are nutritious with pecans, bananas, oats and eggs. That's it! www.nutritionistreviews.com
Since I like to make a big batch of these during my meal prepping, I was on the lookout for great food storage containers. I love the Rubbermaid BRILLIANCE products to pack these pancakes up in.


When I return to work, I always pack my breakfast and lunches and these are great for taking on the go. They are 100% leak-proof guaranteed which is so important because it is so yucky when your lunch leaks all over your lunch bag (trust me, it has happened many times to me).

Flourless Banana Nut Pancakes require only 4-ingredients, are ready in 10 minutes and are nutritious with pecans, bananas, oats and eggs. That's it! www.nutritionistreviews.com
The material is stain resistant and resists odors- you don't want to be tasting onions when you are eating chopped fruit for example. They are super clear which makes seeing what is in them very easy- no lost containers of who knows what kind of food in the fridge. They stack perfectly and come in 5 different sizes. They also have vents so that you can microwave with the lid on and help reduce splatters and are made with a BPA free material.

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65 comments:

  1. I like prepping the ingredients for a salad that I can take to work for lunch.

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  2. We meal prep lunches at our house because everyone takes their lunch to work & school - we like having healthier options like salads & wraps. Sometimes I'll mix up breakfast items (eggs/frittatas) ahead of time also...
    ~ Kim Pincombe Cole

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  3. I like prepping my grandkids fruit and veggies for the next day's school lunch.

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  4. I like prepping fruits and veggies when we are having holiday meals.

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  5. I like to prep my items for stir fry.

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  6. Chowing down on the same flavors can get tedious after a while. I save time without boring my taste buds by preparing two or three variations of chicken at once, using aluminum foil dividers in my pan. Sriracha, BBQ, honey mustard — you can have it all. Three birds, one pan!

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  7. I like prepping veggie as soon as I buy them. Makes it easier to cook meals when things get crazy.

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  8. Prepping fruits and vegetables.

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  9. I grill meat and veggies to use in salads.

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  10. My slow cooker is my favorite item to use for prep...out of the pot and into the freezer. Makes meals so much easier.

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  11. I like to prep veggies and hummus so they are readily available for snacking.

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  12. I like to meal prep chicken. I cook up a bunch, several different ways and freeze it for use later in the week.

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  13. Chili is my favorite item to meal prep in a slow cooker and then you can have it to eat for the rest of the week.

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  14. I like to meal prep mason jar salads to take to work for lunch.

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  15. I like to prep marinades for chicken, steak, and other meats

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  16. I dislike meal prep, but if I had to have a favorite it would just be fresh veggies and fruits for healthy snacking.

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  17. I like keeping chopped peppers and onions in the freezer. It makes meal prep super easy!
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    Ashley C

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  18. Fruits and veggies for sure. Like it all ready to go for my salads

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  20. I just started to meal prep and my favorite is baked herb chicken with zucchini zoodles and vegetables.

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  21. I just started to meal prep and my favorite is baked herb chicken with zucchini zoodles and vegetables.

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  22. I like to meal prep soups or stews by chopping up the vegetables beforehand.

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  23. Fruits for my smoothies. I chop them and freeze them in little ziploc bags.

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  24. I like to prep my salads and stack em up

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  25. I like to prep for Asian stir fry

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  26. I make up marinades and freeze my meat in the marinade so it's ready for future use.

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  27. I meal prep alot of mixed fresh cut fruit and veggies for the week every sunday!! It makes my week easier.

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  28. I like prepping fresh fruit and vegetables for quick throw together meals and snacks.

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  29. I like to prep quiche. I make one on Sunday and I have it for lunch during the weekl

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  30. My favorite item to meal prep is fresh vegetables.

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  31. I enjoy prepping veggies for fermenting them.
    thank you

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  32. Prep fruits and vegetables.

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  33. potatoes and carrots for a new england pot roast

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  34. I always pre prep my salad ingredients

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  35. I like to prep fried rice, and fruits for my little one!
    Thank You for the chance!

    Fiona N

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  36. My husband likes to eat salads so I can prep a bunch of veggies and he can put together his salad when he likes.

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  37. I always meal prep my weekly salads!

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  38. I like to prep vegetables like carrot,celery sticks and other raw veggies to snack on.

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  39. I like to meal prep salads or any dinner because everybody has strange hours.

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  40. We love to meal prep our vegetable chili!

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  41. I love making hearty soups with lots of veggies.

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  43. My favorite item to meal prep would be chicken with some veggies. A simple easy go to meal that everyone in my family will enjoy.

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  44. My favorite item to meal prep would be the veggies that go into the recipe.

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  45. I love to prep my fruits for snacks for the kids when they get home from school.

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  46. I've come to like prepping vegetables.

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  47. I like to prep potatos

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  48. I like to prep vegetables to use during the week ahead

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  50. I always make salads in advance. It makes it so much easier, except when the veggies spoil.

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  51. fresh produce= veggie, fruits

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  52. Right now I love to prep all my veggies and fruit..

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  53. I like prepping my items for my salads.

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  54. I keep seasoned grilled chicken ready to throw in salads, soups, sandwiches, etc.

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  55. I try to have salad ingredients on hand, chopped and cooked chicken, diced. That way I can make taco salad, cobb salad, chicken-grape salad, even chicken tortilla soup.
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  56. My favorite thing to prep is salads

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  57. We like chopped fresh fruits and veggies

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  58. My favorite thing to prep is fresh garden veggies for a salad.

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  59. I love to prep fruits for smoothies or pies.

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