Eggless Banana Pancakes

I have been making these pancakes ever since Sammy started her solids and she loved nibbling on it. Now, she has grown up so much that she helps me prep the batter and watch me make pancakes. For some reason, I always thought it’s a recipe for kids and never thought of scaling up the recipe so that we grown ups could eat it too. Once there was a leftover pancake from what I made for Sammy, which almost never happens. She loves these pancakes more than the real deal pancakes. So, I had that leftover pancake and it was SO delicious. I just wished I made a bigger batch. Since then, it’s our tradition to eat pancakes as a family. The best part about this is it’s hit breakfast with anyone in the family. Baby to parents to uncles to grand parents to great grand parent. YUP! Tested and loved recipe, definitely a keeper. Here’s how I make it.


You will need  

1. Banana- 1 large and ripe (If you’re using small ones, then use 2 of them)
2. Whole wheat flour- 1 cup
3. Milk- 1 cup (any milk works, you can substitute with water too)
4. Sugar- 2 tsp
5. Baking powder- 1/2 tsp
6. Ghee- to cook pancakes
7. Vanilla extract- a pinch (optional)

  • In a large bowl, add in roughly chopped bananas, sugar and mash it.I used an immersion blender.
  • Add in milk and vanilla extract(if using) and whisk well.
  • Add in flour in intervals and baking powder and mix until the batter is smooth and in pouring consistency.
  • Heat a pan and grease it with some ghee. 
  • Pour a small ladle full of batter and cover and cook for couple of minutes on low flame.
  • You can see bubbles forming. Flip the pancake and cook on the other side too.
  • Repeat the same for rest of the batter.
  • You can serve with some banana slices on top, drizzle some honey or dust it with some powdered sugar. 

Check out my other pancake recipes using oats here and here
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