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These were very tasty and the recipe made a lot. I usually have to double pancake recipes for our family of 7. I doubled this one and I have enough for another breakfast and maybe 2. I did use the most amount of liquid recommended (the 1 1/2 c) and maybe that is why it made so many. Either way, I am just glad that I have a day where I do not have to cook breakfast! ; )
Easy and delicious! Too bad they're so many calories :-(
I didn't have vanilla so exchanged walnut flavor (1/2 of original amount). Very good!
I loved the suggestion to warm the syrup with bananas . . . I reduced the cinnamon and added a little nutmeg. Very nice. Thank you!
This is a very good pancake recipe! They are so fluffy. The taste is perfect. The cinnamon seems like a lot, but it all works together really well. I added some chocolate chips to mine. Next time I will leave out the pecans and just use the bananas and chocolate chips.
Wow these are the BEST banana pancakes that I have ever tried!!! So light and fluffy, made these for a special breakfast, using up two very over-ripe bananas. These have the perfect combination of banana and cinnamon, served with 100% pure maple syrup.
This is the fourth recipe I've tried in my search for great banana pancakes--and the search is over! These are great! My husband and I both loved them. They are very tasty, nicely textured, and really easy to make. Because there is only two of us, I cut the recipe in half. I used one banana. And I used brown sugar for the sugar, and half whole wheat pastry flour and half oat flour for the all-purpose flour. The chocolate chip idea from the other reviewer sounds yummy too--so if we run out of pecans, I'll try that. Thanks Ladibugz for a wonderful recipe--we'll enjoy it often!!!
My daughter had been requesting banana pancakes, and we had a few over-ripe bananas on our counter, so this recipe was the perfect way to get rid of them. My daughter loved them, my husband, who has only a mild liking for bananas, enjoyed them too, and the baby devoured them. I replaced some of the all-purpose flour with whole wheat, left out the salt, and substituted mini chocolate chips for the pecans because we were out of pecans. I read the instruction about leaving the batter somewhat lumpy too late, as I'd already been at it with the hand mixer, but I left the bananas lumpy. I used two bananas in the batter, which my husband thought was a little much, but I thought the banana flavor was perfect. I may try this again with peaches instead of bananas.