Gluten and Dairy Free Pancakes with only 2 ingredients!

Gluten free Pancakes

When I found out that I was gluten intolerant, back in January, I knew that I was going to miss my pancakes. I would make them for the kids a few times a month, and everyone loved them! I had to come up with a gluten free option and frankly, I hate the taste of flour substitutes. Another issue we have is milk. I do have a lactose intolerant child, but she never had an issue with milk if it was cooked, so pancakes weren’t an issue for her, but we recently switched to local milk and the price is higher. I don’t mind paying more for better food, but I do like to avoid using it quickly if I can. I buy about 80% of my produce from Aldi, now that they have a great selection of organic foods, so that’s where our bananas came from.

This recipe is so simple you’ll *facepalm* for not thinking of it sooner, I know I did!

Gluten and Dairy Free Pancakes with only 2 ingredients!
Author: Jodi Stevens
Serves: 1
  • 1 Banana
  • 2 eggs
  1. Blend ingredients to make a liquid and cook on stovetop.
  2. Allow pancake to fully set before flipping to cook other side.

See what I mean!? You can add 1/8 t. baking powder per banana if you want fluffier pancakes, but it isn’t required. You don’t even need syrup because the bananas sweeten the pancake all by itself!

Willow Stevens

Willow is a parent of 6, who is starting to feel the emptying nest, with faer oldest child living with his long time girlfriend in a different state, and the next two beginning their talks about jobs and excitment of living on their own. Fae started couponing back in 2007 to save faer growing family some money. That's how Freetail Therapy was born, so that fae could share faer knowledge of saving money with others. Though the site has become so much more since then, and now includes homeschooling and homesteading info, Willow still does it all on a budget and shares how. Fae enjoys snagging freebies, getting coupon overage, drinking coffee, gardening, rabbits and of course, faer large family.