Banana Walnut Flax Pancake

READY IN: 9mins
Recipe by Halliy

I started off with a yummy 5 grain pancake mix then added yummies to simulate a banana nut muffin. It was very moist, fairly dense, and very delicious. measurements and times are approximations. Any who try this, I'd love comments that include a little more precision to the directions. Thanks

Top Review by luvcookn

If I could give these 10 stars...I would. I made these for my daughter and grandchildren when here on a visit. They just went crazy for them. I didn't have Sweet 'n Low so obviously left it out. I served it with organic maple syrup. MMMMM! Thank you for sharing this awesome recipe....will be making these again....real soon!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Heat and spray pan with oil to medium (a little below) heat.
  2. Smash ripe banana.
  3. Add remaining ingredients.
  4. Add water slowly until reaching desired consistency, I had it somewhere between a pancake and a muffin batter consistency.
  5. Dump batter on pan, smooth around into a circle about 1/2 to 3/4 inch thick, roughly 5-6 inches wide.
  6. I think it took 4 minutes on first side. It is a bit tough to flip, I kept checking with spatula until I felt I could get under it and flip it over.
  7. Cook other side til browned. 1-2 minutes.
  8. Just eat plain, its yummy enough alone.
  9. I used a 5-grain pancake mix. Choose whatever pancake mix you have, I go for whole grains and variety.

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