Fluffy pancake goodness & all natural ingredients





  • 2 medium size bananas

  • 6-7 medium egg whites

  • 1 cup/punnet of blueberries (frozen or fresh)

  • Olive oil (spray or bottle)


These are seriously my all-time favourite! Pancakes that are super-fast, and simple to prepare and cook, and guess what?

It’s only 4 ingredients, and none of them refined sugars, or even flour!

I love them because not only do they have a unique taste from regular pancakes, but they’re also ideal for when I want something yummy and tasty without feeling too full and heavy afterwards.

Makes: 6-10

Preparation time: 5 minutes

Cooking time: 5 minutes

Difficulty Level: Easy


  • Just cut or rip the bananas up into small pieces (Just small enough that the blender will be able to make easy work of them), and put them into a mixing bowl.

  • Crack and seperate the egg whites from the yolk, putting the egg whites into your mixing bowl with the bananas.

  • Blend- If you're like me and you don't have a big fancy blender, then a simple hand blender will do just fine.

  • Blitz it all up until you have a nice smooth batter without any lumps. It should be a bit frothy on he top.

  • Add the blueberries to that batter, and give a quick stir so they’re mixed in.

  • Prepare the frying pan with a light coating of oil and add a large blob of pancake mix. Cook on a medium heat, for roughy 2 minutes, and flip it with a spatchula when you start see bubbles appear in the middle of the pancake. Leave it on this side for roughly 1 minute. 



These have a different texture to regular pancakes. Make sure they are cooked at least 80% properly before you flip them, otherwise they will be too wet and you will get pancake everywhere!




Here are a few fun additions to recipe that I hope you'll try as well. Each can be done separately, or feel free to experiment by mixing and matching


  • Protein powder (1-2 scoops, and preferably one that you actually like the taste of so you don’t ruin the pancakes- think vanilla or chocolate)

  • Cottage cheese (1/2 cup)


  • 1/2 cup of oats per, for a more substantial meal & less runny pancake mixture

  • You can top these with yummy peanut butter


  • Vanilla extract (1/2 teaspoon)

  • Cocoa for a more indulgent taste (1tablespoon)

  • Coconut oil (Switch olive oil for a good quality coconut oil for a unique flavour that will blow your mind!)

  • Cinnamon (1/2 teaspoon) 


  • For an even fluffier pancake, try first whisking the egg whites as thick as a meringue, so the eggs could stick to the bowl if you tipped it upside down. Do this before mixing with the banana and other ingredients, then mix all and blend as normal.


My photos are usually rubbish so if you can make this recipe then I'd love to see your attempt. Just upload it on Instagram and hashtag it: #thefoodandbodycoach