How have I waited this long to try the whole “3 ingredient” pancake thing? I feel like I’ve been doing it all wrong thus far. For a while, I had a bit of sensitivity to bananas so I avoided these kinds of recipes, but after reintroducing them and feeling a-okay, I decided to give banana pancakes a shot. I used the classic recipe combo of banana, oats and egg, (I subbed egg whites since egg yolks trigger my hormonal acne) and I added some collagen peptides- these were ridiculously good. Recipe below:



Okay- here’s how you make them:



  • 1 medium-large ripe banana
  • 1/2 cup egg whites (or 2 large eggs)
  • 1/3 cup oats (blended in high speed blender until flour-like)
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • dash of sea salt
  • 2 scoops collagen peptides (I use Vital Proteins)
  • ghee butter for greasing the pan


Mash the banana with a fork until creamy, then add egg whites or eggs and mix thoroughly. Next, add oat flour, cinnamon, sea salt, and collagen peptides and mix until you have a fully combined batter. Grease your frying pan with a bit of ghee butter on low to medium heat (I used fourth & heart’s vanilla bean ghee, which definitely makes them that much more amazing, but any will do). I always start off with the pan too hot and burn my first batch of pancakes, but I think I’ve finally learned my lesson…lower heat and patience is key.

Add a scoop of batter to the pan, wait till you see bubbles, and flip. I made two fairly large pancakes at a time, and ended up with 6 total. Top with whatever you’re feeling- berries, mint, figs, almond butter drizzle, maple syrup, tahini, LITERALLY ANYTHING. Enjoy.


4 Replies to “Collagen Pancakes”

  1. Hey, thanks for the recipe, I tried to make this pancakes last night and you know what, my family just went “CRAZY” bout this pancake!
    Especially, my daughter, she said she wanna have this more for school tomorrow! Lols

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