Guilt-Free and Delicious 3 Ingredient Pancakes

By: Kelly Bentley - Advanced Holistic Health Practitioner Dec 23, 2015
Soulely you Holistic Wellness, Burlington

Gluten-free pancakes

These have become an absolute favourite of mine! Packed with protein and healthy omega 3s, you can’t go wrong. Gluten free, dairy free, and absolutely delicious! Treat yourself this morning to the healthiest treat for breakfast...


1 Banana

2 Eggs

1 tbsp all Natural Chocolate Peanut Butter Spread

Optional: I add in 1/4 tsp of Baking Powder to make them fluffier, 1/4 tsp of Vanilla Extract and some Stevia to taste.


    1.Put some coconut oil in a pan on medium heat.

    2.Mash together banana and egg (along with any other of the optional ingredients I’ve listed above that you’d like).
      Note: You want to mash it up, but not liquify it completely.

   3.Pour batter into pan, but make the pancakes small! They cook much better when small.

   4.They are ready to flip when slightly browned around the edges, check on them by peeling up the sides as they cook.

   5.Flip them when ready and cook on other side until done (usually only takes about a minute).

   6.While they are still hot, spread chocolate peanut butter on them (that way it will melt nicely and spread easier).

   7.You can use berries, more banana slices, Nutmeg, Cinnamon, Cloves, Maple Syrup, etc, to your liking.

   8. ENJOY!

Kelly Bentley from Soulely You Holistic Wellness uses her knowledge and skill set, to work one on one assessing clients physically, as well as metaphysically (that which is beyond what presents itself physically in the body). She has a solid knowledge base of bioenergy (the various human energy systems) the different stages of infant development, and how these correlate to a physical structure, mental emotional capacity, personality, disposition and perception. She appreciates socio-cultural correlations, as well as psychospiritual influences (pertaining to the relationship between spirituality and the mind), unearthing the root cause of mental and physical symptoms that often get overlooked by other medical professionals, giving the most comprehensive care possible.