Flourless Sweet Potato Blender Pancakes

Ok for real. Have you had flourless pancakes, that actually don’t taste like pancakes? Like the texture is way off? Well. Look no further… these are legit, and you won’t miss the flour. In fact, you could get away with serving these, without announcing they are flourless.. you know, for those who would not like them once they knew there wasn’t any flour in them, after they actually did like them! {you know who I’m talking about!}


Oh and let me add how simple they are… as in, no mess!  Yep, just pop all of the ingredients into a blender or what ever you use, blend, and pour– ta-da!

I’ll give you one more reason yo have to make these, there’s absolutely no sugar added!!

Ok, on to the recipe, because I know you are now drooling and need to make these right now. Make extra so you can quickly reheat for later- you can even pop these in school lunches!

Processed with Rookie Cam

Processed with Rookie Cam

Flourless Sweet Potato Blender Pancakes – No Mess!

Yield 8-10 pancakes depending on size preference.

1 ripe banana

1 cooked sweet potato

2 eggs

2 TBS ground flax seeds

1 tsp vanilla

2 tsp cinnamon

add water to desired consistency

Heat coconut oil or cooking spray in a skillet, on low.

Put all ingredients into a blender, blend, and pour onto low- heat skillet. You want to cook these slow, so the insides are fully cooked, so, several, minutes on each side.

Flip once browned. Done!

Serve with your favorite toppings!

{melted peanut butter is realllllly good}.


Let me know in the comments if you make these, or plan to– and what toppings you used!



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