The two ripe bananas sitting in my fruit bowl were in desperate need of being used. I didnt want to make my usual banana loaf of muffins and seeing as it was morning time, I decided to add them to my usual pancake recipe and make some banana pancakes for my kids. These went down really well. A great way to use up some ripe bananas.
- 1 cup of all purpose flour
- 1 tsp of baking powder
- 1/2 tsp of baking soda
- 2 ripe bananas mashed
- 1 egg
- 3/4 cup of milk
- 2 tbs of oil
- unsalted butter
- Add the flour, baking powder and baking soda to a large jug.
- Add the eggs, banana and oil and then gradually add the milk, mixing as you do. Your batter should be well combined, but still a little lumpy.
- Melt a little butter in frying pan or skillet over a medium high heat and add a couple of dessert spoons of the mix per pancake.
- When you start to see little bubbles appear in the top of the batter, gently flip over, both sides should be golden. Repeat process with remaining batter.
- Can be served with fruit and a drizzle of maple syrup or just as they are, kids and adults will love these.
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Thanks so much! I will be making these tomorrow for breakfast.
Thank you for this recipe! I am watching my 10 month old eat them right now. Since I stopped using purees once I learned about BLW, I had some extra Organic Apple puree in the pantry and added that to get rid of it (cut the amount of milk down a bit so the batter wasn’t too runny). That plus the banana added a nice sweetness. I also used Organic Vanilla Soy Milk instead of regular milk. Very tasty and easy!
thanks for sharing your version of these 🙂
These look great! Any idea if they freeze well?
yes they freeze fine 🙂
I love all of your recipes! My daughter is 8 months and a champ when it comes to BLW. However, she broke out in hives when we introduced eggs a few weeks ago, which makes cooking for her difficult. Do you know if these pancakes would work without the egg? I really want to make her some banana and blueberry pancakes. Thanks!
It’s probably too late now, but you can try to sub the egg for something else…one of the things I’ve read about as an egg sub is ground flaxseed I think?
How do I reheat these after freezing them? x