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!
- 78.07 ml Bisquick baking mix
- 29.58 ml mashed bananas
- 59.14 ml skim milk
- 0.59 ml artificial sweetener (optional) or 0.59 ml sugar (optional)
- chocolate chips (optional)
- Mix all with a fork in order to break the banana into the rest of the batter.
- Mix until smooth. Grease griddle and cook em up!
- If using chocolate chips, sprinkle onto pancake while the first side is cooking.
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.
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.