Banana and honey pancakes

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Healthy Wholemeal Banana and Honey Pancakes

2 large bananas
1 1/2 cups wholemeal self-raising flour
1 1/2 cups buttermilk
2 eggs, lightly beaten
1 tablespoon honey
Olive oil cooking spray
Honey and reduced-fat passionfruit yoghurt, to serve

Method
1. Mash 1 banana in a bowl
2. Place flour in a bowl. Make a well in the centre.
3. Combine buttermilk, eggs, honey and mashed banana in a jug.
4. Pour into well. Whisk until smooth.
5. Stand for 10 minutes.


6. Spray a large, non-stick frying pan with oil. Heat over medium heat.
7. Spoon 1/4 cup batter into pan.
8. Cook for 2 to 3 minutes or until bubbles appear on the surface. Turn.
9. Cook for 1 to 2 minutes or until golden and cooked through.
10. Transfer to a plate. Cover to keep warm.
11. Repeat with remaining batter to make 12 pancakes.


12. Thinly slice remaining banana.
13. Place pancakes on plates. Top with sliced banana, honey and yoghurt.
14. Serve
Delicious!!!:smiley:
Note to @Eric E Stahl and @AbbysAunt No gherkins or dill pickles to be added
 
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Hello! Wow! this is good. I am really craving for it right now. Thanks for sharing your recipe here. My family do love pancakes especially during breakfast but I only cook the traditional one, with butter and syrup. I guess, this will be healthy because of the banana ingredients and honey of course:smile:
 
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Hello! Wow! this is good. I am really craving for it right now. Thanks for sharing your recipe here. My family do love pancakes especially during breakfast but I only cook the traditional one, with butter and syrup. I guess, this will be healthy because of the banana ingredients and honey of course:smile:
They really are very delicious @starsoutfielder
And healthier than the traditional butter and syrup ones (although they are very yummy too )

Try the banana honey pancakes with some blueberries too or a scoop of icecream
 
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fg, feel a little disrespectful but probably nothing...i have edited this receipe for my way...no frypan so use sandwhich press and changed formating to my cookbook

know you are very gracious...onto Christian stuff...what's God opening up for you mate?
 
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fg, feel a little disrespectful but probably nothing...i have edited this receipe for my way...no frypan so use sandwhich press and changed formating to my cookbook

know you are very gracious...onto Christian stuff...what's God opening up for you mate?

Sounds good let me know how it tastes done that way.

The Lord is so good....He provides our daily bread so abundantly.
A couple of weeks ago when our supplies ran low we received a food parcel and fruit and vegetables. ....enough to Last until we were able to stock up again.

Praise The Lord
 
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will do

yes, the Lord pronounced the sixth statement in His prayer, i recently reflectled on Mt 6:11 and we are to ask, expect and take. is that your understanding?

blessings on other half
 
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yes, always

had troubles with pancake plan-first was to cook them at dad's as we watch rugby final, then we had power failure, so plan was to cook them b4 i go up to dad's, then realised can't reheat them and they would be horrible, plan became take homemade pie and cake up to dad's

talk about mixup of plans!

anyrate thank you for helping and always go for grace!
 
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romieter, maybe you are french, just to help your English, say

I like to eat pancakes, thank you for sharing, so I learned to make pancakes, I'll try this way.
 
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romieter, maybe you are french, just to help your English, say

I like to eat pancakes, thank you for sharing, so I learned to make pancakes, I'll try this way.
Thank you for helping me to correct a mistake English usage, my English is not very good. Just learning a little, not a lot.
 
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