Banana Poppy Seed Pancakes
So good you don't need syrup!
So good you don't need syrup!
Mmmmmmmmm these were so good! Made exactly as stated. I cooked them in a small amount of butter and they had such good flavor and texture. Hubby said "hmmm these are pretty good!" kids loved them too. Makes a lot so I'll be freezing the rest for busy school mornings to pop into the toaster. Thank you for sharing!Read More
Mmmmmmmmm these were so good! Made exactly as stated. I cooked them in a small amount of butter and they had such good flavor and texture. Hubby said "hmmm these are pretty good!" kids loved them too. Makes a lot so I'll be freezing the rest for busy school mornings to pop into the toaster. Thank you for sharing!
Awesome! I want to make this every morning! :)
These were so delicious! I used almond milk (unsweetened/unflavored) & chia seeds . I will def make these again.
Excellent. Since I didn't have poppy seeds and all purpose flour on hand, substitutions included 1 c buckwheat flour instead of whole wheat flour; 2 teaspoons of cardamom seeds instead of poppy seeds; and added 1/4 teaspoon of cardamom powder after reading a recipe blog about a banana bread paleo recipe, which incorporated cardamom. Next time will try adding the optional blueberries since the cardamom spice jar recommends using cardamom in blueberry muffin recipes.
These are delicious with half the coconut oil. I agree that the honey isn't needed, but it does add flavor, and I think you can just use less syrup to compensate.
Turned out very well. Substituted chia seeds for the poppy seeds because that's what I had on hand. Did 1/2 of a batch, which was plenty for my 2 teenagers and me. Thumbs up from me and 2 kids!
Delicious!!!! Had all the ingredients on hand, except two— coconut oil and blueberries!! So I used canola oil and raisins!!! Perfect!!! Also, 1 cup of really ripe mashed bananas worked!!! Let the batter set a few minutes to thicken while the griddle preheats. My yield was 24- 4 inch pancakes!!! Reheat them in the toaster for a freshly made taste! Because of the honey used, DEFINITELY cook at a lower griddle temp— medium low; 2 minutes per side worked perfectly!!!
These were super tasty! I didn’t have poppy seeds so I subbed chia seeds. I also didn’t have milk so I subbed almond milk. Other than that I followed the recipe exact. Even my somewhat picky of pancakes three year approved! I will definitely make again. Thanks for sharing!
Yes , but I took out the honey is not necessary with the fruit to put more sweet R Bb
I made it with everything except poppy seeds and I didn’t even use any syrup. Delicious!
This was really good. Made it exactly as stated. Better than what I would have expected. It was tasty, and the kids loved it. I would like to try it again next time, without the coconut oil but just regular vegetable oil (i'm not a fan of coconut oil).
I will make this again and again
These are deeelicious! Very moist.
I saved this recipe almost a month ago and just now made it this morning. Why oh WHY did I wait so long?! This is a wonderful recipe that offers deeeelicious flavors but also fills the kitchen with mouthwatering aromas will cooking. Absolutely no need for any syrup and is perfect either with or without the blueberries.
These are very good pancakes. full of flavor. We omitted the blueberries and used raspberries on top after they were cooked. I would much rather have these over regular pancakes. The kids, 9 and 13, also like them very much.
What is not to love. These are easy to make and we like breakfast for dinner.