Flour-less Breakfast Crepes (10 minute recipe!)

As you have seen, I love creating new ways to eat your fruit.

The beauty of using fresh fruit? You never need to add sugar. You are using their natural sugar, called fructose.

Since this recipe uses the natural fructose, it is a great substitutions for the typical high-sugar, high-carbohydrate, processed breakfast bars and/or cereals (Toaster Strudels, Pop-tarts, Coco puffs, Trix, Golden Grahams, etc.).

the perfect way to eat your next banana.

flour-less,  SMALL ingredient list (4),  quick, and incredibly easy.

.. add any topping or filling your little heart desires, and even sub the cinnamon for another dessert spice, such as cocoa powder. mmmmmmm. I just created an idea for tomorrow’s breakfast…or today’s lunch.

cheers to these delicious breakfast crepes.

see recipe and cooking directions below.

Recipe for Flour-less Breakfast Crepe

Serving Size: 4 Crepes

1 large banana

1/4 tsp baking powder (aluminum-free)

1/4 tsp cinnamon

optional toppings: nuts, greek yogurt, berries, banana, or nut butter toppings

Cooking Directions: 

1. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.

2. Mash the banana and then add 1 egg.

3. Stir in the cinnamon and baking powder.

4. Grease a baking sheet and pour 2 tbsp of  batter per crepe

5. Bake at 400 degrees for 4-6 minutes (watch closely)

6. Remove gently with a spatula.

Place on a plate, flip upside down, and add desired toppings.

After toppings are inserted, fold ends and flip.

Enjoy an amazingly delicious flour-less breakfast crepe!

Another filling idea: Bananas and almond butter (or peanut butter)

An amazingly perfect bite, in every single bite 🙂

1 banana=4 crepes. amazing!

best part? they are great the next day, too!

eat 2 today and 2 tomorrow. or triple the recipe and make a whole batch for the family today and still have leftovers for tomorrow!

happy evolving.

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