Banana pancakes

Banana pancakes
For the most part, my children will eat everything, or at least try everything I offer them. I do, however, have a problem with getting them to eat bananas. I think it may have something to do with how many bananas they had as babies! It was such a convenient food while out and about that for a while now it’s been a no-go! 
 
These pancakes are also perfect for a baby as finger food or served cold as a lunchbox snack for a reluctant fruit-eater.
 

1 large banana

2 eggs

Cinnamon for flavour

Throw everything in a blender making sure to only pulse a few times until it's all mixed. If you process until it’s totally smooth, your pancakes will be quite a bit flatter.

Heat your pan to a medium heat and lightly oil your pan. Add spoonfuls of the mixture, and allow to cook until the bottom is set - about 30-40 seconds.

Flip your pancake over and cook for a further 40-60 seconds.

Main ingredients
Fruit, Eggs

Recipe Type
Kids Food, Lunch Box, Snacks, Babyfood, Breakfast

We added some Glenilen Farm yoghurt, berries and maple syrup. The result: delicious and completely devoured.
 
 
 
Writer Siobhan is the owner of Mummycooks.ie, who want to inspire, educate and empower parents to feed their children healthy, home-cooked food. Her blog is a great resource for feeding your child with lots of tips and recipes.
 
For more advice and some great family-friendly recipes, check out the Mummycooks website.
 
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