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These were perfect! I made a few minor changes--I only put in half a cup of milk, and then added a little bit until the batter looked the way I like it, and I added some almond extract for a little extra flavor. They were fluffy and delicious and everything I want in a pancake. Thanks!
i took the advice of another rater and used brown sugar, a dash of vanilla and about 1/2 tsp of cinnamon. they were very moist, i had to be a little more careful when cooking them - the first batch was a bit underdone in the middle - but that was my fault, not the recipe. a different taste from a standard pancake, but very tasty. they were gobbled up by all 3 of my kids.... = suceess!
This recipe is similar to the recipe I use. However, I think 1 cup of milk is too much, even without the added bananas. So, here's what I did. I doubled the recipe, but only used 1 cup of milk for the double batch. I added brown sugar, vanilla, and cinnamon. These were fantastic fresh, and I have several small ones to freeze. Thanks for a great recipe to use up those too-ripe bananas!!
These have a great flavor. After reading some of the reviews I did add 1/2 tsp. cinnamon and 1 tsp. vanilla. I used 2 tbl. butter instead of the oil and added a handful of walnuts. I only had 1 large banana on hand but they turned out really great. They were light but I agree they have a softer texture so I turned the heat down a little to cook the center thoroughly. They are worth trying.
Very good! I added a dash of cinnamon which brought out the banana flavor and didn't overpower it. These are dense, and moist and delicious. I halved the recipe and it made 2 large pancakes. Thanks!
My husband and I loved these! We also added the teaspoon of cinnamon that other readers suggested and used half whole wheat flour and half all-purpose white flour. These were the yummiest pancakes I've ever made!!
YUM! These were great! We added about 1t. cinnamon and used all 100% whole wheat pastry flour. Delish! These are more moist that regular pancakes and they take a bit longer to cook - but they are great!
I can rarely leave a recipe alone, and I had to tweak this one too. I used half whole wheat flour and plain ff yogurt in place of the oil, in addition to adding 3 shakes of cinnamon and 1 shake of nutmeg to the batter. What I ended up with were 10 light, moist and delicious pancakes! Next time, I'll add some nuts too. Thanks Aunt Dawn!
They tasted pretty good, but they were quite dense and moist. My family didn't really find them to be a normal pancake consistency. It could have been something I did, but I don't think so.
Very tasty and filling :) Thanks for the great recipe! I omitted the oil and just used applesauce instead and cooked on a nonstick pan and it worked out great. Thanks again