Banana Pancakes


I usually don’t have time in the morning to make breakfast. But this morning I did. So I decided to make Banana Pancakes. I love bananas in the morning. They fill you up and get you going. I decided that I would make my banana pancakes this morning because we have a full day of cleaning and maybe some painting to do this afternoon. But before I go on about my Banana Pancakes I must tell you how I got my new stove top. I did have a glass stove top until about 2 weeks ago a glass spice jar hit the glass stove top and shattered my glass top.

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But here is my new stove top. So pretty!

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So now onto the Banana Pancakes.

First I take one banana and smash it.

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Add a cup of Bisquick.

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Then I add 1/2 cup of milk, one egg, and add some Mexican vanilla.

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Mix it all together with a fork. The reason I use a fork is so that the mixture stays light and airy.

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I slice up another banana and then ladle the pancake mixture and place 3 to 4 slice on top of the pancake mixture.

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Flip and cook on the other side and there you go. Banana Pancakes so sweet and yummy. Give them a try.

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Just add butter and syrup.

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Banana Pancakes

2 whole bananas

1 cup of Bisquick

1/2 cup of milk

1 egg

1 to 2 teaspoons of vanilla

Smash one banana and then add the one cup of bisquick, 1/2 cup of milk, one egg, and 2 teaspoons of vanilla. Mix all together and then ladle on to a frying pan.  Cut the second banana into slices. Then place three to four on each pancake, cook for until you see the batter bubbling, then flip.

 

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