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Paleo Chocolate Banana Pancakes.

Yep. We said Paleo Chocolate Banana Pancakes. We say this a lot but these are the best pancakes in the whole entire world. Did you know that these pancakes are from our FIRST EVER eBook? Yep. True story.

Pancakes are seriously our all time favourite food (well, one of them), because a. they are delicious and b. they are pretty. They should also be featured in recipe categories: sweet treats and what’s for dinner because we believe that pancakes are any time of day food. 

We really have a lot of pancake recipes on our blog, so we’re going to link them all, just incase you don’t wanna make these Paleo Chocolate Banana Pancakes (don’t know why you wouldn’t?!).

Instead make Paleo Vanilla Raspberry Pancakes, or these Simple Real Food Pancakes, oh, you want savoury? Then make these Spinach Pumpkin Pancakes! Plus there’s more! Checkout ALL the pancake recipes out HERE!

Heck yeh for all the delightful, scrumptious, pretty, healthy pancakes!

Always merrymaking,

Emma + Carla

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Paleo Chocolate Banana Pancakes
Serves 4
Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time
15 min
Total Time
30 min
Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time
15 min
Total Time
30 min
stuff you need
  1. 2 bananas
  2. 4 eggs
  3. 1 tbs. raw cacao powder
  4. 1 tbs. almond meal
  5. 1 tbs. natural sweetener of choice (optional)
  6. 1 tsp. cinnamon
  7. coconut oil/butter for the pan
Now what
  1. In a blender or food processor puree the bananas.
  2. Add the eggs and whiz until the batter becomes a little fluffy.
  3. Add the raw cacao powder, almond meal, cinnamon and sweetener and mix again until a smooth batter forms.
  4. Heat a large fry pan on medium heat with coconut oil.
  5. Place large spoonfuls of pancake batter on to the fry pan and allow to cook for 3 minutes (or until bubbles start to form).
  6. Flip carefully and cook for a further 2-3 minutes.
  7. Place on a plate and cover with foil to keep warm, continue to cook the rest of the pancakes.
Merrymaker tip
  1. Whip up a batch of our paleo chocolate to drizzle on top! YUM!
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Comments 15

  1. Serves 2?? Two giants perhaps!!
    I made these for breakfast this morning. My two sons had 3 each, a little smaller than your average pancake, and I had four. There is still enough batter left over for another 5 I reckon. Looks like we’re having pancakes for afternoon snack!!
    Oh, and these are absolutely delicious with a little bit of maple syrup. Yummy!!

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  3. I made the Spinach Pumpkin Pancakes a wee while back and they were outta this world, so I very much look forward to trying your choc banana pancakes. Also excited that the mix makes enough to feed an army. 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  5. If you use frozen bananas, whip as per recipe, the pancakes are even more fluffy 🙂 thanks for another great recipe!

  6. Hi carla and Emma, we normaly try to make banana pancakes but they always turn out as a disaster but i think they were yum! My moma always trys and trys and she found one that turned out well and she cant find the recipe anymore so i hope this will work because i can only have banana once a month im 8 years old but in may im 9! Im wheat, sugar and grain free. I love love love your web page thanks for lots of recipes

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    Hi Caragh! Awww we hope they work out! We should write a post full of healthy pancake tips! It’s all about lower heat and flipping super super super carefully! But always our first pancake turns into pancake scramble… still yummy not as pretty hehe. Let us know what happened! 🙂 xoxox So happy you love our site, keep us posted on all your Merry recipes!

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  9. Hi – It’s been a bit since last I was on your site. Thankfully your newsletter hipped me to this recipe. I prefer waffles so I changed the recipe a bit to get it to work. Success! (with slight challenge removing the waffle). Thanks again for sharing.

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  11. Hi Girls,
    Caraghs mam here Orla. I used coconut flour instead of almond meal, as we’r limited with nuts, also i used chia-seed instead of eggs and its was a total disaster. Im sure if i used gf flour it would have worked out a lot better but we are limited with thes product too. Any ideas??
    Thanks
    Orla

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    Hi Orla! Lovely to hear from you! You CAN use coconut flour instead of almond meal 🙂 as for the chia gel egg replacement… GOOD QUESTION! We’ve never tried to make an egg free pancake! Perhaps we’ll pop this on our to try list! 🙂 🙂 Watch this space!

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