Are you looking for a unique way to make pancakes? If so, this one is for you. Banana pancakes are made from a few simple ingredients. They include eggs, nutmeg, cinnamon, and of course bananas. The optional ingredients include applesauce and fresh peaches. However, this recipe surprisingly doesn’t have flour or milk in it.
The author of the recipe directs the reader to mix the eggs, banana, and nutmeg. Once you’ve blended the eggs, banana, and nutmeg, you can fry them up. The author recommends waiting till bubbles form in the pancakes. This is the cue to flip them. Once the pancakes are removed from the frying pan, you can add your delicious toppings. You may want to add cinnamon, applesauce, and/ or fresh peaches.
The subtle sweetness of bananas mixed with the nutty flavor of nutmeg is complementary. Additionally, eggs add a slight salty flavor. The flavors combine to produce a unique; protein and potassium packed dish. Plus, without the flour, the dish has less overall carbohydrates.
This American dish is easy to make. It only takes 5 minutes to prep. Additionally, it’s just another 4 minutes to cook. Overall, you’d only spend about 9 minutes making breakfast in the morning. Keep in mind, this recipe serves one person. You will want to multiply the recipe by how many people you’re cooking for.
This recipe makes for an easy and delicious morning. It’s a great recipe for someone looking to save time in the morning. Plus it only has a few ingredients. Additionally, it has a health factor. Try something different for breakfast; mix up a unique batch of pancakes.
Description by Ashley Horst
By February 7, 2013Published:
- Yield: 3 (1 Servings)
- Prep: 5 mins
- Cook: 4 mins
- Ready In: 9 mins
Banana Pancakes Are you looking for a unique way to make pancakes? If so, this one is for you. Banana pancakes are made from a few …
- Preheat electric skillet to medium or frying over medium heat. (Lightly coat with cooking spray if needed.)
- In a food processor or blender combine eggs, banana, and a pinch of nutmeg.
- Pour batter on to skillet splitting it among 3 cakes.
- Cook until bubbles begin to form on top of the cakes and they begin to solidify, and flip them over and cook for 1 minute.
- Remove from skillet and top with cinnamon and/or applesauce.
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