This recipe makes a delicious weekend breakfast that comes together in minutes.
In our house, we like to have something special for breakfast on the weekends — and this dish is one of our favorites! The great thing about it is that I usually have the ingredients and it is very simple. My kids also love to help make the batter because they can do it independently, and then I just help them with the griddle and their flip technique.
The pancakes are quite sweet on their own due to the banana, so nothing really is needed on top. The maple-almond drizzle is a new addition that makes it extra rich, and it’s even more impressive if you top it with a variety of berries. I often make extra pancakes and freeze them for easy and healthy kids’ snacks.
It’s easy to adjust the recipe to serve more people. If you decide to double it, one tip to keep in mind is that 4 tablespoons equals 1/4 cup.
Prep time: 5
Cook time: 5
Note: Nutrition information does not include optional additions.