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
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!
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!!
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.
Very lovely recipe. I made some substitutes of course, instead of vegetable oil, I used coconut oil. Instead of milk I used almond milk. I added hazelnuts and butterscotch chips. No syrup needed!
Delicious! So much better than I expected. I'm not a huge banana fan and I loved these. I put a light smear of PB on our stacks and a drizzle of maple syrup. So, so good. I'll be making these often. Thanks for posting the recipe.
Great recipe!!! We all loved it and my 1 year old ate THREE pancakes! I think I'll add a pinch more salt next time and then no butter will be needed on the final product. Thanks so much for the keeper!
Wow! I really enjoyed these. Made exactly as recipe written. I think next time I'll add some chopped pecans to these. Served with basic pancake syrup recipe. Yum!
Great recipe! I added 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract and 1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon and they were delicious!