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Don't know what do to with those leftover bananas? I mash up left over bananas that are starting to brown into pancake mix and add cinnamon and chocolate syrup. My grand kids love it. You have chocolate, cinnamon, banana pancakes. Yummy!
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By Lewissan from Port Orchard, WA
Here is a great recipe for banana pancakes
Combine flour, white sugar, baking powder and salt. In a separate bowl, mix together egg, milk, vegetable oil and bananas.
Stir flour mixture into banana mixture; batter will be slightly lumpy.
I use regular pancake mix. I add a dash of cinnamon powder and a very ripe banana to the mix and cook as usual. They come out great. If you want a bit extra bananas cut firm bananas in rounds and saute in butter for about 1 to 2 minutes and pour over pancakes with syrup.
Oatmeal adds a hearty texture to this low ingredient recipe. This is a page about 3 ingredient banana pancakes. This is a page about 3 ingredient banana pancakes.
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Do you have a good recipe for banana pancakes or do you just add some mashed bananas to the regular recipe? Thanks.
Check out these two sites :-) I personally liked the look of the recipe on the first link best :-)
I make them often. I use regular pancake mix and sliced bananas. It works best to put the slices on your griddle for maybe 15 seconds and then flip them, then right away pour on the pancake mix. If you don't fry them just a bit they don't get hot enough (for me.)
But you only want to fry one side, the side that will be inside the pancake. If you let the other side fry then when you put the mix on, the bananas will get too brown. Then I put a few pieces of uncooked banana on top of the stack. Delicious.
Thanks for the recipes! I might try some of those! (10/02/2008)