Ready in 15 minutes
These pancakes are stuffed with lots of fresh bananas, and made from whole wheat flour. They are also fat and sugar free, but loaded with heart-healthy ingredients. The cinnamon stabilizes blood sugar spikes, while the fiber in the flour lowers cholesterol. This recipe was created for kids so don't be surprised if they can't tell that they are eating healthy food!
"These are great. Very sticky batter and very brown color, but fantastic taste. Even my relatively picky 3 year old loved them! And, low glycemic index so said 3 year old wasn't bouncing off the walls."- Artolsav
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1. In a bowl, combine the Splenda, molasses, salt, cinnamon, Egg Beaters, water, applesauce, and bananas, and whisk until uniform.
2. Add the flour and baking powder and gently fold together until just combined, but no longer or your pancakes will be tough.
3. Heat a large sauté pan or griddle, and spray lightly with nonstick cooking spray.
4. Using a ¼ cup measurement, pour batter onto the hot pan to make eight pancakes.
5. When the pancakes have lots of holes on the top and are dry and not glossy/wet anymore, peek under the pancake with a spatula and see if the bottom is deep golden brown.
6. If it is, then flip the pancake and cook for another 1-2 minutes.
7. Serve while hot with sugar-free maple syrup, butter spray, fresh banana slices, and cinnamon sprinkles if desired.
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amyloupinterich 6 months agoThe Splenda and egg beaters ruin the 'healthy' aspect. Maybe if your goal is to lose weight, but then you should avoid pancakes. And the cooking spray is unhealthy too. Though the bananas are a great substitute for oil.
JadeRene-lyricalgenuis 8 months ago
CookCorinne 10 months agoThese were great!! I added almond butter, and only 2 tablespoon of Splenda! It was a great change up in my breakfast!
jshelton9 11 month agoPretty good! Surprised...
kimberlyann1 1 year ago
wvale 1 year ago
jessicacovington 1 year agoI will try sounds delicious!
jsnider 1 year agoSplenda and egg beaters are fake 'foods' and not nutritional at all! This isn't a healthy recipe for healthy, growing children. And children NEED fat for brain development.
feliciawilson 1 year ago
kimrshirley 2 years agoSO tasty! Felt good knowing they were healthy too. I thought the seasoning was just right. But I love cinnamon and bananas. My 2 year old thought they were great too! May try apples next time.
soccermom07 2 years agoEdible, but barely. Too much cinnamon (and I like cinnamon) and too 'doughy' even though I cooked them longer than indicated. No real flavor just cinnamon overkill.
fabcook77 2 years agoSooo good and easy! I used 1 regular egg because I didn't have egg beaters, but followed the recipe as is. Good, healthy and easy! I topped with chopped pecans and warmed maple syrup. Yum,
Artolsav 2 years agoThese are great. Very sticky batter and very brown color, but fantastic taste. Even my relatively picky 3 year old loved them! And, low glycemic index so said 3 year old wasn't bouncing off the walls.
lkendall1 2 years agoAwesome! My fiancé even loved them and he is normally only a buttermilk pancake fan!
lilbakerNP15 3 years agoThese pancakes were amazing ! I made them this morning for breakfast, and added M&M's to them. They were soooo good !
cheflaurelhudson 3 years agoApproximate Nutritional Information: 184 calories/0.6 gram of fat per serving of two pancakes [I posted this recipe.]