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How To Make Banana Pancakes

Banana pancakes on a plate.
I enjoyed this pancake because it was made without sugar. Firstly, I made for
adults without sugar, we all enjoyed it but the kids asked for sugar in theirs so I had to add 3 cubes to theirs after making ours. I didn't taste the sugared one though, but they cleared their plates and asked for more

Pancakes are among the fastest meals to cook. They cook so fast and are best served hot.
Blending ripe bananas for pancake
Ingredients: Blended bananas, eggs, salt, milk and water for banana pancakes
Frying pancakes in a fry pan
Flipping pancake with a cooking spatula
 Process for making Banana pancakes:

  • I added the milk, salt and water to my sieved 2 cups of flour, mixed very well. With the half glass of water it was still thick and not free flowing so, I added another half glass of water, added the blended bananas and stirred very well before adding the whisked eggs, mixing well and frying with soya oil.

Flipped pancakes cook
Making pancakes in hot oil
cooked banana pancake
A serving of pancake
Well cooked pancakes
Pancake shaped like a triangle
Tasty pancakes reducing in size
Nigerian banana pancake in a plate
These banana pancakes can be eaten at any time of day. Kids who taste this will always ask for a repeat.
Enjoy!
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Comments

  1. It's great to know that you can make fruity pancakes if you want. Aunt Eya, do you think I can make 'orange' pancakes?

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    1. Good idea, I think we shd try using orange juice in place of water:)

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  2. Wow...that's a good one. I make these but with plantain. Same steps with really ripe plantain and it's delicious as well. Thanks!

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    1. Oh wow! I'll make with ripe plantain next time.

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    2. Never thought of making pancakes with ripe plantain, now I think i try different favours like strawberry and vanilla next time.

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  3. Anonymous5/05/2013

    Now 'm officially hungry. Aunty Eya and very inviting kitchen.. I've really missed this blog
    Chinny

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    1. Welcome back Chinny. How are you today?

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  4. Dis ws ma mum's specialty bak in d dayz. So delicious esp wit ova ripe bananas

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    1. Yes Ivy, over ripe bananas make it very sweet.

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  5. This is a great idea! I'm sure my girl will love this,she loves bananas. Thanks Eya

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    1. Thanks Funke, you are welcome.

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  6. Yummily Lovely. I've never tried a fruit pancake before. Would start doing this now. Thanks Aunt Eya.

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    1. Me too Jay, this is my first attempt. I hope to try some more.

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  7. Someone once offered me pancakes made with very ripe plantain and twas nice. I'll try with banana next time

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    1. Hi Nife, you try with bananas while I try with ripe plantain.

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  8. Pancakes ain't my tin o jaree! Next!!
    Looks inviting I must say, nice one.

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  9. yetunde5/05/2013

    yummy..
    Aunty eya,p.s how do i enjoy my stock fish?.oporoko..the main fish itself

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    1. Hi Yetunde, sorry I'm just seeing this now. Hope my reply is still needed. Soak in warm water like an hour before cooking or you burn lightly over flames before washing and cooking.

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  10. Young Awesome Mum5/05/2013

    I'm so gonna try this soon! Looks good nd inviting.

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    1. Thank you Young Awesome Mum.
      Please try it!

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  11. Yummy dis is good.imagine mysef eatin it nw.will try it dis evenin.cnt wait 2 do it.*dancing azonto*loooool

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    1. Hi Nma, how was it? Sure it came out great.

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  12. Mmmmmm... looks yummy!!! will try and make some this weekend but with suger to mine tho.

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    1. Thank you Priscy, after adding the blended bananas, try and check for sweetness before adding your sugar. Some bananas can be very very sweet.

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  13. u pple don make aunty eya buy new frying pan.. loooool... meanwhile, metal utensils , iron sponges do not go with non stick pans and pots, wooden and plastic utensils preferrably, or u spoil the non stick part of the pan

    cheers..

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    1. Thanks Fabulousity. You are so right!!!

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  14. Anonymous5/07/2013

    Shebi we r one big hapi family abi??? U pple shud do fund raising 4 me 2 buy a gud non-stick frying pan naaa,look @ me salivating n wishin I had a fryin pan 2 try dis. #intears#

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    1. Hahahaha, I guess you don't know that even the blog boss herself used to fry with an old fry pan.

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    2. Hi Anon, Pancakes cook well even in other metal frypans dear. I can testify. I guess Angel is referring to yours truly.

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  15. Ever considered adding baking soda, it helps the pancakes rise a little. Love your blog by the way

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  16. Ever considered adding baking powder to your pancakes, it helps it rise a little, love your blog by the way

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