Banana Pancakes

It doesn't matter if the banana is in the pancake or on top; banana and pancakes are great recipe combination for your next breakfast, brunch or dessert.

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14 reviews
 
15min

Delicious banana pancakes that are made from scratch then flavoured with a hint of vanilla. Ripe mashed bananas give this tasty breakfast an amazing richness.

Recipe by: ADDEAN1

 
3 reviews
 
15min

Excellent egg free pancakes, the bananas and buttermilk give body, moisture and taste. Easy to make and they disappear quickly!

Recipe by: sal

 
2 reviews
 
35min

This recipes is both a fitting end to a dinner party and a special brunch treat. It looks complicated but isn't-the kids can help you make it.

Recipe by: Herbie's Spices

 
1 review
 
30min

The reaction between the bananas and the buttermilk combined with the baking powder makes these super fluffy.

Recipe by: delete

 
1 review
 
30min

These pancakes are super simple to make, gluten free, dairy free, and healthy. The pancakes are super smooth to eat and taste divine. The chia seeds option provides an extra health boost and a more interesting texture that is slightly crunchy.

Recipe by: babyasha

 
1 review
 
30min

This is a great healthy pancake with oats ground into flour. The perfect thing to get you going in the morning.

Recipe by: amom2boys

 
1 review
 
55min

Hearty buttermilk, rolled oats and wholemeal pancakes. Perfect for brunch served with banana slices and maple syrup.

Recipe by: Patsy Jamieson, Diane Temple

 
1 review
 
30min

And why not have everything in one pancake? These have chocolate chips, bananas and pecans or walnuts.

Recipe by: crazycatlady

 
No reviews
 
35min

This is one of the first "western foods" that I have learned to make. My husband gave me his dad's pancake recipe. And I sort of improvised it. This makes 12 to 15 servings of rolled pancake, depending on the size of your pan.

Recipe by: eucalyptusangel

 
No reviews
 
10min

These paleo pancakes couldn't be easier and must be tried to be believed! Simply banana and egg - no sugar, no gluten, no grain. You can also make them dairy free by frying in coconut oil instead of butter. Enjoy with maple syrup or honey.

Recipe by: Karen Gaudette Brewer

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