Fluffy Banana Pancakes

It's not at all surprising that you ended up on this recipe. Because who doesn't like pancakes?

What's great about this recipe is that it contains no refined sugar, just the sugar from one banana. I'd say that's a good incentive for eating pancakes for breakfast. Or lunch. Or dinner. No one will stop you! 

This recipe can serve two people, but I could easily eat them all at once. They're simply too good to share. 

These are also perfect to eat before or after exercising as they're full of energy. Didn't mean to scare you, if you weren't planning on exercising, but still wanted pancakes. 


Fluffy Banana Pancakes



READY IN 30 min




1 banana

2 eggs

4 tbsp plain flour or gluten free flour

50 ml milk

1 tsp baking powder

Butter (optional)

Toppings of your liking



Mash the banana using a fork or a hand blender. Throw the two eggs in with the banana along with the flour, milk and baking powder, stirring until you get a smooth texture. 

Set a frying pan over medium heat. If you are using a frying pan made of teflon, there is no need to use butter. The pancakes taste a little better if you do, though it adds a bit of a salty flavour. I didn't use butter for the pancakes in these photos. 

When the frying pan is hot, cook the pancakes 1 minute on each side until golden. 

Serve with sliced bananas, crushed walnuts or pecans, or maple syrup.


Ragnhild Utne is a 24-year-old photographer and creative based in Stavanger, Norway, and London, UK. She recently graduated from RMIT University, Melbourne, with a BA in Photography and is now pursuing an MA in Communication Design at Ravensbourne.


Her interest in photography began at a young age, borrowing her dad’s camera, using her friends as models and exploring the world of dreamy light and glittering eyes. In 2011, after finishing High School, she became a student at Elverum Folk High School. Here, she was given the opportunity to delve into a world where personal growth and creativity were in focus. After falling madly in love with photography over and over again, she mid-year decided to pursue a career within Media and Communications.

She has over the last few years approached different creative fields, and have gained a keen interest in graphic and web design, publication and journalism.

During her studies at an overseas institution, she has been volunteering at Association of Norwegian Students Abroad, as Head of ANSA Australia and later Member of the Board of Directors. She is currently Web Officer at ANSA UK.