In my March Favourites, I promised you a banana pancakes recipe and here it is. I have been making these since pancake day, and I’m gutted I didn’t try them earlier. These are the easiest pancakes and they taste incredible. I must make them at least once a week, as everyone loves them and they make a perfect breakfast.
The most I’ve ever gotten from this recipe is eight pancakes, but you can make them as big or as small as you want to. It is time consuming, as I think it takes me around 30/ 40 minutes all together. They are really filling too, so it’s definitely worth it. Also make sure you have a little frying pan that you don’t mind wrecking, as my pan is looking a lot worse for wear.
This is How to Make Banana Pancakes.
1 Ripe Banana
2 Medium Eggs Beaten
2 tbsp Self Raising Flour
Your Choice of Toppings
1 . Mash the banana in a bowl with a fork, then add the eggs and flour. Then stir until smooth, sometimes I find that it needs a little bit more flour, but only around half a tbsp.
2 . Spray the frying pan with fry light and place over a medium heat. I have been told that the trick to making pancakes is don’t add the batter until the pan is hot. If you’re using fry-light I usually add the mixture when it’s no longer white.
3 . Pour the mixture into the pan, using however much you want. Then use a spatula to constantly check the edges. I flip mine when the spatula can go all the way underneath the pancake meaning the batter is cooked on that side. This usually takes a minute or two. Once it’s golden, it’s cooked through and good to serve. I also move the pan away from the heat and spray once with fry-light. in between pancakes, as you really don’t want them to stick to the pan.
4 . Finally serve and add your toppings.
For toppings my favourite is chocolate and strawberries, but you can add whatever you’d like. As you can see from the pictures for this serving I added strawberries and chocolate chips. The chocolate chips melted slightly too and it was incredible.
There we have it, that is how to make banana pancakes. It’s surprisingly easy, and one of my favourite recipes.
Do you like pancakes?
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