Who doesn’t love pancakes? I haven’t seen anyone that said no to yummy delicious pancakes yet, it’s so easy to prepare, and it’s a hit for the kids and a crowd pleaser.
Another reason to like pancakes is that you can totally make the recipe to your taste and likeness, from carrot pancakes to banana to red velvet and even chocolate, pancakes can be made in various delicious ways and today am going to be showing you how to make banana Pancakes
You know those times when you buy banana and then overnight they just get all ripened and mushy, and then you can’t enjoy it any more so you throw them in the dustbin, well there are different ways to use over ripe bananas and enjoy all its goodness.
Recently I got a visitor from Delta who came with lots of bananas and instantly I just knew that breakfast the next day would have to include bananas. This recipe is very simple that anyone can make it; you don’t need special skills at all, so let’s get to it. For this recipe you will need the following
Vanilla extract 1teaspoon
Half cup melted butter
1teaspoon baking powder
1teaspoon baking soda
In a large bowl sieve together flour, sugar, salt, baking powder and baking soda, set aside. Take another bowl and with a fork or whisk mash up the bananas till they are almost smooth, then crack in the eggs, add the milk, vanilla and melted butter mix together and then gently fold in the dry ingredients until you get a very rich batter but not too smooth, you want to retain some lumps.
Now take a non stick pan and place on low heat, rub a little butter on it, and gently scoop out some pancake batter with a soup spoon and pour into your pan, allow to cook till you see bubbles opening up on top, then it’s time to flip, cook the other side till it’s golden brown and remove, repeat the process till you are out of batter.
Place your pancakes in a plate and add some banana slices on top, drizzle some honey on top and serve with coffee, tea or cocoa.
Let me hear your comments on this yummy recipe in the comments section. See you guys in my next post.