Just made this tonight for dinner. SO GOOD! I used 1/2 cup egg whites, and one large banana which I mashed with a pastry blender, leaving some chunks, as well as cinnamon. I was originally planning on using some sugar-free syrup, but when I tasted how sweet this was, I didn't even bother!! Tastes EXACTLY like french toast!! Will make again and again!!
Note, even with 1/2 cup egg whites (aprox = 2 whole eggs) the serving size is fairly small. Ok for a snack, but for a meal, you may want to use more, closer to 3-4 eggs (2/3 - 1 cup whites)
I found a recipe almost like this on my facebook as a banana pancake...tryed it , loved it...<br/>I did find that if you have a large banana do add 2 eggs or it just keeps falling apart. I have also made it with choped tomatoes and onion, scambled.
This recipe was so good I had to join the website just to make a review! Sooo yummy. I don't tolerate raw bananas well so i'm always looking for recipes that aren't banana bread. I used a drizzle of honey but i'm sure cinnamon would be wonderful too. Thank you for the creative and delicious recipe :)
I was surprised that this was so tasty. I have never liked the taste of regular scrambled eggs because in my opinion they have no flavor. I was curious about this recipe as a result. I didn't have any honey...so decided to taste it without any additions first. I had a all yellow banana...since it was large I put about 3/4 of it into the scrambled egg mixture and cut the remainder in small chunks and added them after the egg/banana mixture was cooked. I was surprised how good it tasted to me. I'm sure that the addition of the cinnamon mentioned by others would enhance it even more. But it tasted good enough without anything else to just eat the entire serving. Thanks for something really different. Almost has a dessert taste. Made for PAC Fall 2011.
Did use a really ripe banana here & that gave it enough sweetness, I thought, so I left out the honey! However, I did take a hint from Debbwl & sprinkled on a little cinnamon & that really made it for me! Very nice! [Made & reviewed for one of my adoptees in this fall's round of Pick A Chef]
This made a nice quick little snack that lacked depth so after two bites sprinkled on some cinnamon which added a nice layer. I made as written and include the drizzle of honey. Thanks for the post.