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I am so sorry, this was just not for us. I had seen at least 3 similar recipes made recently and decided to give this one a try. I noticed the others had a little arrow root, almond flour, baking soda, cinnamon, and salt. They really need some type of flour consistency like substance. This also had an additional egg than other recipes I viewed. I thought it tasted like banana eggs. The ingredients do not transform themselves. I did add a small pinch of salt and cinnamon. I also used a little safflower oil, not being a fan of coconut oil tastewise to cook food. I am sure these would be fine to simeone that has had flour and grains out of their diet for sometime. Be careful, as they go from raw to near burnt in seconds. Cooking between a 3-5 is best.
These were great especially for no sugar however I didn't quite like the texture so I added a quarter cup or whole wheat flour and an extra half of a banana. And to increase flavour some cinnamon and pumpkin spice. And I also use d some chia. Will be making this more
loved them! Sometimes I put in a tablespoon or so of flour but I've made them without flour too and like them both ways. I've never made them with the flaxseed so you're on your own there. The best part is that my 2 1/2yr old doesn't even ask why we're not having syrup just wolfs them down. Great healthier alternative to "normal" pancakes.