These banana pancakes have been my go-to breakfast/brunch/lunch/snack you name it, for quite a while now. They're sooo simple to make, and quite frankly rather delicious. They contain three ingredients and literally only take 5 minutes to make. Compared to thick, fluffy, full-fat, American pancakes these aren't so great, but for a (kinda) healthy alternative, they get a big thumbs up from me.
So, to make these you'll need;
- 1 banana
- 1 egg
- 1 tbsp of self-raising flour
(Isn't that the easiest ingredient list to remember ever?!)
The method is very simple, simply mash the banana, add the egg and then fold in the flour. (I'd just like to point out here, that the more you mash the banana, the smoother the pancakes will be. ie if you'd rather they had chunks of banana, go easy with the mashing). And voila, your batter is ready to go.
Once cooked, I like to add chopped strawberries and drizzle agave nectar on top. The pancakes on their own are pretty bland, so if you try these out definitely have a topping on hand. Natural yogurt would go well with them, or even ice cream if you've got some. I know these are meant to be healthy-ish, but one day I'd love to drizzle these with toffee sauce... aka banoffee pancakes!!
Anyway, enough of my pancake related rambles, I'd love to know if you give these a go!TWITTER - BLOGLOVIN