Banana Pancakes

For this week’s treat, I’d like to share with all of you my favorite breakfast as of recently: banana pancakes!

I found the recipe on Pinterest after looking for a new breakfast to make for myself. I was getting rather tired of eating cereal every day, haha!

They’re easy to make and absolutely delicious, especially with some honey drizzled on top! (Or a lot of honey, if you’re addicted to toppings like I am lol) The only thing I changed from the original recipe was to add a 1/2 tsp of cinnamon and a 1/2 tsp of vanilla extract.

The instructions are very simple. First, mash the bananas in one bowl, then whisk the rest of the wet ingredients into them. In another bowl, combine the dry ingredients together, then stir them into the wet ingredients (don’t overstir!). Finally, use a 1/4 cup measure to pour them onto a greased griddle or pan.

Serve warm with honey or syrup!

Thanks for reading! If you decide to make these pancakes for yourself, comment down below on how they turned out. Make sure to check out the original recipe for the ingredients and exact directions! xx

— Maggie

20 Comments

  1. Oh gosh, now I have to make pancakes! We have chickens, so for me, there’s never much question of what to have for breakfast; it’s pretty much always something with eggs. especially in the summer when they go crazy and overload us with eggs.

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    1. You totally should! Yum, I love having scrambled eggs for breakfast. 🙂 That’s so cool that you have your own chickens! How many do you have? And how many eggs do you usually get from them?

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      1. Oh gosh, I don’t even know now… about 30 I think. Sometimes we literally get 12 per day. We sell them, and it helps pay for their food.

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      2. Sorry, let me make that a little clearer; we have about 30 chicken and sometimes we get 12 eggs per day. Not we have 30 chickens and we get 12 more chickens every day. Just wanted to clarify. 😉

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      3. They are fun. They love corn, and if I get some and shake the container, the whole flock comes running to me as fast as they can. XD

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