As the name implies, you'll only need two ingredients - a banana and two eggs. I usually use local farm eggs, but I ran out and bought a half dozen at the grocery store - that's why my eggs look so drastically different.
First step - mash up your banana. I used a fork, but I guess you could use a blender if you're really lazy?
Next, crack your eggs into a separate bowl. This step didn't really require a photo, I just thought it was interesting to see the difference in yolk between the grocery store egg and the farm fresh egg. One is a lot cloudier than the other. Can you tell which is which?
|Left: farm fresh egg. Right: grocery store egg.|
Now put some oil of your choice in a pan on medium heat. Pour some batter and cook like regular pancakes - flipping when they start to bubble in the middle and look done around the edges.
A lot of the places I looked online said to make them small and one at a time because they are prone to crumbling, but I didn't have any such problems. After a while I started making three at a time with no trouble at all. I kept making them small though, because I love tiny pancakes.
And that's pretty much it. I guess you could put syrup or jam or powdered sugar on them, or whatever else you like on your pancakes. But I just ate them plain because they were so good. They kind of have an almost crepe-like texture, rather than a traditional pancake; they're a little more spongy. I'm not saying that's a bad thing, because it isn't. I'm just preparing you.