Is it just me or do bananas all of sudden go ripe and it seems you only have a couple of days before they go bad? Well, this was the case this time. I decided I wanted to make banana pancakes with my ripe bananas. But I did not want to make pancakes from scratch. So, I searched the interest high and low for a recipe that used bananas and pancake mix. Well ladies and gentlemen, I found it. I really did like this recipe, my kitchen smelled like banana. Love it! So here is where I found the recipe: http://www.auntjemima.com/aj_recipes/recipesToppings/recipe.cfm?recipeID=11567&toReturn=L2FqX3JlY2lwZXMvcmVjaXBlc1RvcHBpbmdzL1NlYXJjaFJlc3VsdHMuY2ZtP0tleXdvcmRzPSZhbXA7Q2xhc3NJRF8xPTg4JmFtcDtDbGFzc0lEXzI9JmFtcDtQcm9kdWN0SUQ9Mjc0NyZhbXA7U3RhcnRSb3c9MQ==.
|o 1 cup pancake mix||o 1/2 cup ripe bananas, mashed (about 1 medium)|
|o 1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon||o 1 egg slightly beaten|
|o 1 cup milk||o Butter for pan|
- Heat up your pan or griddle. I put my griddle on 350 degrees.
- Combine pancake mix and cinnamon in medium bowl.
- Combine milk, bananas and egg in small bowl with wire whisk. Add to dry mixture. Stir just until well combined.
- Put the butter on your pan or griddle. When your pancakes, start to bubble it is time to flip them! (I added some chocolate chips when the pancake was on the griddle, this is totally optional.)
This recipe yields 4 medium size pancakes. I hope you guys enjoy these pancakes with your family members!
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