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I was looking for a way to use up two ripe bananas this morning and found this recipe. We really enjoyed these. My husband loves peanut butter on his pancakes and this was a perfect match with the bananas. I will be making these again, although my son still thinks buttermilk pancakes are the best.

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BlueDogLady August 14, 2011

I added 1/4 cup of whole wheat flour and used olive oil instead...just perfect and my whole family commented just how good they were!!! This is a keeper for sure fior us.

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Bobby Joe (Zhou) Moon June 11, 2007

This was an excellent recipe. It is a good way to use up bananas that are getting too ripe. I especially appreciated the directions for freezing pancakes. They worked like a charm, and the pancakes tasted fresh two days later. I didn't know you could do this.<br/> I always make recipes from scratch, but there aren't many days when I have the time to make them. Now I can make them on weekdays or evenings and serve them on Sundays.<br/> Ohio Librarian

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Ohio librarian March 21, 2014

Perfect!

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kit in NO January 26, 2014

Wonderful recipe. I doubled everything except the bananas (I had two HUGE ones), and threw in a bit of nutmeg. They turned out great. The grand kids loved them. Thank you for sharing!

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LittleJo August 03, 2013

These pancakes had a great taste of banana. I added a little bit more flour cause they were too thin. Thanks Aunt Dawn :) Made for Name that ingredient tag game

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Boomette July 16, 2013

Delicious. Made this for my DH for father's day. He stated it was a keeper. Not too sweet, just right. We added slivered almonds & used butter pecan syrup. Excellent!

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bkellum June 16, 2013

Amazing! Just amazing! They are fluffy and flavorful and were a big hit at my house! I cooked them for 2 minuets and 30 seconds on each side to make them the perfect golden brown color!

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BakingLover123 June 09, 2013

These were a definite hit in my house! My husband went nuts for these! only change I made was add 2tbs of sugar These are perfect fluffy and yummy!!

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anniek36 May 03, 2013

Bought bananas and it seems they only come excruciatingly green these days. They were just coming into ripe as we left to do some holiday travel. When we came home I had a LARGE bunch of over-ripe bananas. This was one recipe that I tried to use up those bananas and I would say that by and far, this one was most appreciated by DH and DS. I did put a few chocolate chips in them by request for DS. I also used half white flour, half whole wheat flour. Very tasty.

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MollyJ January 01, 2013
Banana Pancakes