Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins
These pancakes are so good and very easy to make!
- Mash bananas using fork or whisk. I like to mash them coarsely so that there are banana chunks in the pancakes, but you can mash them finely if you like.
- In a bowl, mix all ingredients except chocolate chips with a whisk.
- Cook as normal, on a frying pan or skillet sprayed with Pam (re-spray pan between each batch). Measure out each pancake onto the pan (about 1/8 - 1/4 cup per pancake depending on your size preference) and sprinkle each pancake with chocolate chips. Flip pancakes when bubbles appear in pancake, cook other side.
These were simple and quick to make. They tasted great and were a great way to use up some bananas that were past the point of good to eat but that I did not want to throw out. <br/>Thanks so much for sharing this recipe. I will be using it for quick Sunday morning breakfasts again and again.
Thank you for sharing your recipe Keee, I enjoyed it very much, the pancakes were quick and easy to make. I cut the recipe in half and enjoyed 6 small pancakes. They were delicious. I left my banana peices chunky and used extra dark chocolate chips, so good. The tender pancakes were garnished with a little icing sugar, banana slices and a few more chocolate chips. Made for Pac 2011.