Banana Pancakes

Banana Pancakes

Banana Pancakes

Makin’ Banana Pancakes on the weekend or pretend that it’s the weekend, yeah.  These are great for a lazy weekend morning as well easing the Monday morning blues.  I’m not much of a breakfast person during the week but sometimes a little something out of the ordinary in the form of pancakes and espresso is definitely in order.

Banana Pancakes

The best part of this recipe is that it takes less than 10 minutes to prep and you have pancakes in the skillet.  You just throw everything in the blender for a few seconds and that’s it! When I’m making Banana Pancakes it reminds me of Jack Johnson’s – Banana Pancakes song. It sets the mood for the whole day.

I like to layer from wet ingredients to dry for ease of blending.  After blending, the pancake batter should look like the photo below.  I have found that leaving a few bigger pieces creates a lighter, moister texture.

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Cooking the pancakes over medium heat seems to work the best because they take a little more time to cook than regular pancakes.  I like to keep them fairly small so that they are easier to flip.  You can see in the photo on the left, they are ready to turn when small bubbles begin to appear in the middle.
Banana Pancakes
Saturday – Sunshine – Syrup – Butter – Espresso.  Have I mentioned espresso enough times all ready?  It’s just that that having sweets for breakfast calls for a rich dark brew.
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As you can see, despite being gluten free the crumb on these pancakes is tender and light.
Banana Pancakes
Bananas spilling from the top. What’s not to love?  Let me know what you think, and happy weekend eating!
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Cuisine: Breakfast - Gluten Free
Serves: 3-4
Ingredients
  • 6 large Eggs
  • 4 Bananas, peeled
  • ¼ Cup Coconut milk
  • 1 Teaspoon Cinnamon
  • ⅛ Teaspoon sea salt
  • 1 Cup Rolled Oats
  • 2 Teaspoons baking powder
Instructions
  1. Place ingredients in the blender in the order listed. Blend on low until combined. Increase speed to medium for a few seconds, medium pieces of oats should remain (refer to cross-section picture).
  2. Cook pancakes in a nonstick pan over medium heat. Keep the pancake size to about 4 inches across. Cook for a few minutes until bubbles appear in the center. Flip and cook another minute until middle is done. I like to add a little butter to the pan for easier cooking but this is not strictly necessary.


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4 Comments on “Banana Pancakes”

  1. Jade

    These are SO GOOD!!! I’ve eaten them for breakfast so many times that i just had to comment! Thank you for the awesome recipe!

  2. Katie

    Absolutely love these pancakes. I am making them a third time in just one week. I like to make a caramel like sauce for them out of maple syrup and butter heated up together, yumminess. Great photos, I usually burn mine in impatience to eat!

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