3 Reviews

Oh, these are good! I used Fat Free Supposed Bisquick Copycat Baking Mix as my base and pulled my bananas from the banana graveyard (the freezer!). My peanut butter was super crunchy and we liked the little crunch of nuts. This makes a TON of pancakes. We liked them quite a lot as written. But then I added a large handful of mini chocolate chips to the batter and we loved them! These are fluffy and have wonderful flavor and texture. My son said that they were so good that they should not have syrup because that takes away from their "natural goodness"! :)

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ladypit April 24, 2008

Had to use stick blender to make the batter smooth. I used whole wheat flour. This batter unbelievably thick cooked up a VERY fluffy pancake. Then I thinned the batter and cooked a few more. The thicker ones had more pb and banana flavor. However the pb and banana flavors are not prominent however they are delicious!!!! Good texture thick and thinned. My picture shows as recipe on Left and thinned on Right. Take a look. I use Bisquick Equivalent Simple as I don't keep Bisquick in the house.

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Ambervim May 19, 2012

I only made half a batch and it was plenty. The pancakes really puff up and are so fluffy. Made a few changes- no Bisquick on hand so I used a substitute (flour, baking powder, salt, butter). I also added a tsp of vanilla and used soy butter instead of peanut due to allergies. SO good. If I would have had chocolate chips they would have been perfection.

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tater May 13, 2012
Peanut Butter & Banana Pancakes