Bisquick Banana Pancakes (Chocolate Chips?!)

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins

Very easy with very few ingredients! No eggs, but you won't even miss them. Very quick breakfast for 1, but still very simple to multiply! I suggest using the heart smart bisquick because it is ALOT healthier; no trans fat, low fat, cholesterol free, and is a good source of calcium! When our bananas start getting black, we freeze them, they're perfect for this once thawed!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix all with a fork in order to break the banana into the rest of the batter.
  2. Mix until smooth. Grease griddle and cook em up!
  3. If using chocolate chips, sprinkle onto pancake while the first side is cooking.


Most Helpful

I agree with another reviewer that the measurements are odd. I found that if you change it to six servings, it makes things a bit easier. I added a teaspoon of cinnamon, mostly just because I knew my little boy would be eating them without syrup (I didn't add chocolate chips). Thanks, Christineyy, for a good starting point.

rkcampbell6 January 14, 2010

this was pretty good. i added some peanutbutter and used my own baking mix. i found your measurments confusing, and i needed to make more than 1 serving. so, i ended up just guessing on how much to use. i layered the chocolate chips in between 2 pancakes and they melted to "glue" them together. my todder ate his up with no complaints, but i found it a tiny bit bland. next time i think i'll add some cinnamon.

gourmetmomma September 24, 2007

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