Ready in 45 minutes
An easy way to use up over-rip bananas.
"I felt that the bananas were lost in the pancakes so i mashed another banana and followed the same recipe as the filling only I cut it by a third. I used that as a topping in place syrup. I also added 1/4 tsp of cinnimon which was delicious. All-in-all, great pancakes."- sgoodwin87
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Mash the bananas, add lemon juice and sugar in a seperate bowl. In another bowl beat the eggs with a wooden spoon, add pinch of salt and put in about 3 spoons of flour and eggs and mix to a sem-stiff batter. Then add mashed bananas mixture to batter.
Heat a frypan with a little oil and put spoonfuls of banana batter onto frypan and cook on both sides. (Spoonful sizes can be however large or small you desire).
Server with maple syrup and ice-cream or whipped cream, or sugar and lemon juice.
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Treeandthetwins 1 year agoThe boys LOVED them!!! I added raisins while on the griddle...success!!!
Efwright 2 years agoQuick and easy and very tastey
BruceOklahoma 2 years agoThis is good recipe. I only added little bit of milk.
sgoodwin87 2 years agoI felt that the bananas were lost in the pancakes so i mashed another banana and followed the same recipe as the filling only I cut it by a third. I used that as a topping in place syrup. I also added 1/4 tsp of cinnimon which was delicious. All-in-all, great pancakes.
Kiki-deluxe 2 years agoMy two year old son loves these. They are lovely with Greek yoghurt. I fiddled about with the measurements but who doesn't ha ha.
Dana71635 3 years agoBananas WITH pancakes = good! Bananas IN pancakes = not good!
Crystaldahl 3 years agowe added about 1/2 -3/4 cups water to this recipe
keepsmilyn 5 years ago[I made edits to this recipe.]
keepsmilyn 5 years ago[I posted this recipe.]