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Banana Granola Pancakes

A nice hearty breakfast from Lone Mountain Ranch, Big Sky, Montana. We make this when we go camping/canoeing.

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  • In a mixing bowl, add the flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and granola; stir to combine, In another bowl, beat the eggs with the buttermilk.
  • Pour the egg mixture over the flour mixture.
  • Stir just until dry ingredients are moistened.
  • Fold in bananas.
  • Gently stir in the melted butter.
  • Spray a large griddle or skillet with nonstick cooking spray.
  • Over medium heat, spoon 1/4 c.
  • batter.
  • Cook until bubbles form on top and edges start to dry.
  • Flip pancake over and cook until golden brown.
  • Repeat with the remaining batter.
  • Serve with warm maple syrup.
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  1. Shelly S.
    Mine turned out very thin. More like crepes. They tasted good but not like traditional pancakes.
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  2. LetsEat
    I believe there are two types of pancakes - the kind you can pick up and eat and the kind that need syrup to sweeten. Not to suggest that one is better than the other, just mentioning for others who will try this recipe. This one, as the recipe suggests, needs the syrup. I assume the amount of milk required depends on the type of granola and whether you want crepe-like or fluffy pancakes. We used two cups of milk and they were perfectly fluffy. We also used whole wheat flour and mashed the bananas. I had some difficulty getting the cast iron griddle at the right temperature, which has never been a problem before. Worth it though, as my BF, who doesn't like pancakes, loved these.
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  3. Cook-n-Scrap
    Today is Labor Day and it's been a long and hot summer in Scottsdale, AZ, so this morning when we awoke after a stormy night the air outside was a tad bit cool and there was a nice breeze. I decided the weather resembled "cool" enough to make pancakes! I made these and they were absolutely yummy! A favorite, thanks for sharing! I also used only 2 cups of fat free milk and it worked very well. Thanks mom, for making the apple butter I smeared on top...mmm, my mom's the best!
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  4. cdmoad
    I loved these pancakes. I would also reduce the milk to about 2 cups. I have made it twice. Once with buttermilk, and once with 2% milk. Both times they tasted great. I also took advice from another reviewer and mashed the bananas. I will definitely be making these often. Thanks for a great recipe!
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  5. Chef Catherine Hofs
    Outstanding! I cook for a sorority house and one of the girls had asked for granola pancakes and I came across this recipe. I tripled the recipe and it came out perfect. The pancakes were very light like a crepe. It was a winner! I will definetly serve this again! Thanks for posting it!
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