How To Make Banana Pancakes

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Hello. I’m a banana. And I’m about to show you how to make banana pancakes all by yourself.  Oh, don’t be frightened. It’s very easy to make some of the most delightful pancakes you’ve ever had. You just need bananas, flour and milk, you can even add a dash of cinnamon if you want! You’ll never taste anything more delectable than these pancakes, ever!  All this while still being able to eat healthy!  That’s what we like here in healthy kitchen.  Don’t hesitate – grab a mixing bowl, measure and enjoy!

Banana Pancakes: Easy peasy banana pancakes

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Banana Pancakes are irresistible and loved by all.


Kids love it. Adults enjoy it, and so would you.


It is one of the fun ways to use up over ripe bananas and quite easy to make.


Here’s how to prepare it.

Ingredients for Banana Pancakes 
Makes about 10+ pancakes


 – 2 Ripe/overipe Bananas
– 200 gr Plain Flour or Wheat flour
– 2 raw Eggs
– 2 to 3 tablespoonful evaporated milk or powdered milk or condensed milk
–  1 to 2 Tablespoonful Sugar
– A pinch of Salt
– 150ml Water (more or less)
– 1/2 teaspoon baking powder or baking soda(optional but it makes the pancake fluffy)
– 2 to 3 tablespoonful vegetable oil (for greasing the pan)


Tip: you can substitute the water in the recipe for whole milk.If using whole milk, you don’t need the evaporated milk.

Preparation

1.  Mash or blend the bananas until smooth.
 
2. Break the eggs into a wide bowl,add the milk,sugar, salt and mashed or blended bananas and mix together.

3. Gradually sift in the baking soda and flour and keep on whisking. The mixture would begin to thicken and look lumpy.

4. Add the water and continue stirring until the pancake batter is smooth with a runny consistency.
Leave the batter to rest for 15 minutes.


Tip: the lighter you make the batter, the thinner the banana pancakes will turn out

* Pour a little oil on a pan, enough to grease the pan; spread the oil with a brush to grease the whole surface and heat up until hot.
Tip:  A non-stick pan is highly recommended for this.

* Using a deep spoon, scoop up some of the pancake batter and pour into the hot pan. 
  Gently tilt the pan, so that the batter can coat the whole surface of the pan.

* Cook the Pancake (on low heat) for a few seconds;flip over and cook the other side.
   Repeat this process for the remaining banana pancake batter, but remember to Always grease the pan before use.
Serve and Enjoy!  

Banana Pancake can be served as a snack or for breakfast with a beverage, a fruit smoothie or a refreshing drink.

Banana Pancakes

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Recipe Summary

Cook:10 minsTotal:15 minsPrep:5 minsServings:6Yield:12 pancakes

a low angle view looking into a delicious stack of banana pancakes garnished with fresh sliced bananas, syrup, and melting butter

Wake up on the right side of the bed with a stack of sweet, cozy, and simple banana pancakes. This top-rated banana pancake recipe is easy to make and it comes together in just 15 minutes, so you don’t have to wake up early to enjoy a satisfying breakfast. Learn how to make, store, and serve the best banana pancakes ever. 

What You Need to Make Banana Pancakes 

If you have ready-to-use bananas and a few kitchen staples, you already have everything you need to make perfect banana pancakes. 

Flour
All-purpose flour contains gluten, a protein that gives the pancakes structure and pleasant chewiness. 

Sugar
Granulated sugar adds sweetness, helps hold in moisture, and may create a tender texture. 

Baking Powder
Baking powder is a leavener. It creates air bubbles in the batter, which ensures light and fluffy pancakes.

Salt
Salt adds subtle depth to all sorts of sweet dishes, including pancakes. You won’t be able to detect it in the finished product, but you’ll miss it if you leave it out. 

An Egg
Eggs work with the other ingredients to bind and provide structure. The fatty yolks also add rich flavor and extra moisture. 

Milk
Not only does milk add flavor, it is the liquid base that’s essential for dissolving the dry ingredients and creating a cohesive batter.

Vegetable Oil
Vegetable oil is harder to burn than butter, so it’s a great fat to use in banana pancakes. It keeps the pancakes moist and prevents them from sticking to the pan. 

Bananas
Last but certainly not least, you’ll need two mashed bananas for these pancakes. The bananas will help hold the other ingredients together and add mellow, fruity flavor. 

How to Make Banana Pancakes

It really couldn’t be easier to make this basic banana pancake recipe. You’ll find the full recipe below, but here’s a brief overview of what you can expect:

Mix 

Combine your dry ingredients (flour, sugar, salt, baking powder) in one bowl and your wet ingredients (egg, milk, vegetable oil, mashed bananas) in another bowl. Add the dry ingredients to the bowl with the wet ingredients, then stir until they’re incorporated. It’s OK if your batter is slightly lumpy. 

Cook

Pour the batter in ¼ cup portions onto a lightly oiled pan or griddle over medium-high heat. Cook for a few minutes, flip with a spatula, and cook for another few minutes (or until each side is golden brown). 

Serve

Serve your banana pancakes immediately. They’re delicious alone or with your favorite pancake toppings. 

Banana Pancake Toppings

A plate full of plain banana pancakes is like a blank canvas. When it comes to toppings, you can keep it simple or get as creative as you want. If you’re in need of a little inspiration, here are some of our favorite ideas:

Maple Syrup or Pancake Syrup
You can’t go wrong with the classics. As delicious as these banana pancakes are, a drizzle of maple or pancake syrup will send them over the top. 

Honey and Peanut Butter
For a more wholesome option, try topping your pancakes with honey. Dollop some peanut butter on there for a delicious, sandwich-inspired breakfast.

Fruit and Whipped Cream
Add a little color to your breakfast plate with fresh berries, citrus wedges, or even some banana slices to really drive the theme home. Homemade or store-bought whipped cream is an extra special touch that pairs perfectly with fruit. 

Nutella 
Who says you can’t eat dessert for breakfast? Top your banana pancakes with Nutella (or your favorite chocolate-hazelnut spread) for an indulgent morning treat. 

Jam or Jelly
A spoonful of jam or jelly is a fruity upgrade that everyone will love. Sprinkle it with powdered sugar for extra flavor. 

How to Store Banana Pancakes

Don’t throw away your extra pancakes! You can store them in an airtight container in the fridge for about two to three days. When you’re ready to eat them, just reheat in the microwave until the pancakes are warmed through. 

Can You Freeze Banana Pancakes?

Yes, you can freeze banana pancakes — and it’s a great idea if you like to meal prep breakfasts. It couldn’t be easier: Allow the pancakes to cool to room temperature, stack them in an airtight container with wax paper between each pancake (to prevent sticking), and freeze for about three months. 

There’s no need to thaw frozen pancakes. Simply reheat them in the toaster, microwave, or oven. 

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