Banana Almond Pancakes

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I don’t know about anyone else but we can’t eat our bananas before they start to turn brown. I freeze some for smoothies but I also love to make pancakes with them. Because they are riper they are sweeter so they are perfect for adding natural sweetness to recipes.

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Banana Almond Pancakes

Heat your griddle to 350 degrees. Add to your mixer bowl the banana, almond milk, almond extract, and egg, blend until the banana is mashed. Add Birch Benders Paleo Pancake mix and blend until mixed.

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Normally pancakes are ready to flip when bubbles form but these are very thick and fluffy so they won’t bubble until they burn, mine took about 1-2 minutes until they were ready to flip but each griddle is different so watch them, you will be able to see them cooking on the bottom sides. Flip and cook an additional 1-2 minutes or until firm.

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Look at the chunks of banana, yum!
Banana Almond Pancakes
Banana Almond Pancakes

Top with your favorite toppings and enjoy!

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I would love for you to leave a comment below if you tried these, let me know what toppings you used.

Banana Almond Pancakes

Recipe by Mary McKinneyCourse: BreakfastDifficulty: Easy
Servings

2

servings
Prep time

15

minutes
Cooking time

10

minutes
Calories

124

kcal

Ingredients

Directions

  • Once griddle comes up to 350 degrees pour your batter onto the griddle, I like to use a 1/4 measuring up to get the same sized pancakes.
  • Heat your griddle to 350 degrees. Add to your mixer bowl the banana, almond milk, almond extract, and egg, blend until the banana is mashed. Add Birch Benders Paleo Pancake mix and blend until mixed.
  • Normally pancakes are ready to flip when bubbles form but these are very thick and fluffy so they won’t bubble until they burn, mine took about 1-2 minutes until they were ready to flip but each griddle is different so watch them, you will be able to see them cooking on the bottom sides. Flip and cook an additional 1-2 minutes until firm.
  • Top with maple syrup, chopped almonds, shredded coconut or some whipped cream.

Notes

  • Calories are for one serving, the recipe makes two servings and does not include syrup or toppings in the calorie total.

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