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Banana pancake recipe?

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Highlove Wed 27-May-15 19:03:22

I'm sure I read a recipe on here that was for banana pancakes - I think it was mainly just egg and banana..? Wondering if anyone could share the recipe?

Artesia Wed 27-May-15 21:39:08

Your post is well timed- I googled the recipe this morning for DS, who is dairy free. It was just a mashed banana mixed into two whisked up eggs. I also added a splash of vanilla essence and some dark choc chunks (waitrose ones are dairy free).

Heat a little bit of oil over a medium heat and blob in a generous spoonful of the batter. Wait til the first side sets then flip over.

They were yummy possibly because of all the choc

Highlove Wed 27-May-15 21:57:21

Yum. Roll on Saturday when I'll have time to try this.


MERLYPUSSEDOFF Wed 27-May-15 22:02:20

If you use milk....... 1 egg, 1 mug of flour, 1 level tsp baking powder and mushed banana and enough milk (can use soya or even water)to make up a full mug. This makes the thick american / scotch pancake ones. Pour a serving spoon in a frying pan, add chocolate chips and when you see the bubbles you can flip it. We call them 'watch the bubbles' pancakes

Highlove Wed 27-May-15 22:03:32

God I'm starving now!

RuthieG48 Fri 29-May-15 13:39:29

I have an amazing recipe for banana 9coconut0 pancakes, that i've just perfected and shared on Fb, Instagram and my web page. They stick together perfectly using bananas, and lee p you full for hours!

mousmous Fri 29-May-15 13:45:11

we make banana pancakes when we have too many brown ripe ones.
2 bananas, cup of flour, 1 egg
or a little more flour + baking powder for thick fluffy ones

Madratlady Fri 29-May-15 13:52:16

Surely just egg and banana is a banana omelette?

I do 2 mashed bananas, 100g SR flour, 1 egg, 100ml milk.

dollydaydreams10 Fri 29-May-15 14:01:25

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

swooosh Fri 29-May-15 19:04:03

I do one egg, one banana all mashed up and a scoop of whey protein powder. You could use a small spoonful of plain flour and a sprinkle of baking powder.

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