Banana Pancakes – No added sugar and toddler approved

Banana Pancakes – No added sugar and toddler approved

The other morning we got busy in the kitchen again, as we so often do, Elliot observing from his high chair sampling the goods, whilst mummy gets baking. This bake was a bit of an improvised one, I had noticed that we had a few bananas in the fruit bowl that would soon be too ripe for eating, now I could have made this Banana cake. However I fancied some breakfast at the time, so I opted for the healthy and super quick option of making these tasty Banana pancakes. They are great for breakfast or brunch, and very much approved by the little guy. They are tasty enjoyed plain, but if you’re not too fussed about the healthy part, they do go lovely with chopped Hazelnuts and honey or Nutella!

Banana Pancakes with honey and Hazelnut
Banana Pancakes with honey and Hazelnut

Banana Pancakes

approx 12 small

  • 2 ripe bananas
  • 1 dl plain flour
  • 1 dl Porridge oats
  • 3 eggs
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp ground cardamom (optional)

mash the bananas or blend them, the mix needs to be “lump” free. Add remaining ingredients, mix together. Melt a bit of butter on a frying pan, add 2 tbs of batter pr pancake (I could fit 2 pancakes on our pan at the time). When bubbles start to appear on the top of pancake, flip it and fry until golden brown. Repeat until all the Pancake batter is used.

Enjoy!

Banana Pancakes with honey and Hazelnut

TIP as an alternative to Cardamom you could also add a bit of lemon zest or cinnamon to the batter.

3 thoughts on “Banana Pancakes – No added sugar and toddler approved

  1. Oh they do sound easy and tasty. I love cinnamon so I’d prob add that just to top it off. I have never thought of making them with porridge past before so I’ll have to give it a try! Thanks for joining us at #familyfun

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