Banana Pancakes With Spelt
- Ready In:
- Whisk together dry ingredients in a medium bowl.
- In a smaller bowl whisk together the liquids.
- Preheat griddle.
- When a drop of water 'dances' on it, pour liquids over flour mixture and stir to moisten.
- Oil griddle. Spoon batter onto griddle in 4 to 6-inch cakes.
- Turn when top side is thoroughly bubbled. Serve immediately.
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These are fantastic! Worked great in my waffle iron. Some recipes don't work as pancakes and waffles. The first time that I made them I used freshly pureed pumpkin instead of banana, some pumpkin pie spice, skipped the egg, and threw in a tbsp some freshly ground flaxseed and 3 tbsp of filtered water. I have used banana ever since though. Both ways work great! Did use maple syrup in them, and used coconut oil . I usually add vanilla and cinnamon. I omitted the salt. Thanks so much!
I chose this recipe because it was all spelt, and not a blend with regular wheat flour. I had similar experience in that the inside wasn't cooked all that well, no matter how long I left it...still a little mushy inside. So that's probably down to the banana. I ended up spreading the pancakes out more with the help of the back of the ladel. At the end of the day, they were tasty. I used one egg replacer, cut back slightly on the baking powder and added a bit of baking soda based on some of the other comments. Thanks Cooks4_6!
Perfect! I used sprouted spelt flour, 2 tsp b. powder and 1 tsp b. soda. I used sour raw milk for the lift factor and, man did it work!! The batter was as fluffy as mouse! I had to spread them out so they weren't so tall, but they cooked like a normal pancake. So nice to finally find a banana pancake recipe I love, thank you!
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I am originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota and moved to Ohio in 1978. It was quite a culture shock going from the city to living next to the Amish. I spend most of my time cooking, cleaning and caring for my four kids. I have abandoned cookbooks and now cook from favorite, wilted recipe pages and the internet. I fell in love with my Italian family recipes (Scavo, Rotella, Scalzo, Micelli, Grande, Gigliotti) and my Mom's homecooked meals.