Banana Pancakes

Today’s recipe is courtesy of @Susan_Mumbua. Susan is a geek ,  soon-to-be Telecommunications Engineer , who is also very passionate football matters ( She’s a MUFC fan to be precise). Probably one of the coolest chics I know from way back in high school and has been one of the most supportive persons in my blogging journey and particularly as i started out on FoodiesKe *Thank you so much Thuthie:)*  . So ladies and gentlemen, prepare your taste-buds for some banana pancakes 🙂

Banana Pancakes :)
Banana Pancakes 🙂


  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • Baking powder
  • Vanilla essence
  • Cinnamon
  • 1 banana
  • 1 egg
  • Milk


  1. Chop half a banana into very small pieces.
  2. Mix the floor, sugar, 1 teaspoon baking powder and 1 teaspoon vanilla essence in a bowl. Add the mashed banana and mix well.
  3. Add milk a little at a time and mix. (You can add some water if you do not have enough milk)
  4. Beat the egg and add it into the mixture, and a teaspoonful of vanilla essence too.
  5. Mix well until there are no lumps in the batter.
  6. Add milk or flour as required, till it has the consistency of honey.
  7. Heat a little oil in a pan, and pour some of the pancake mixture into the pan. You can tilt the pan a little on all sides to ensure the mixture spreads well.
  8. Cook until brown on one side, then flip and cook the other side.
  9. Set aside your pancake on a plate, and cook the rest of the batter in a similar manner.
  10. Once all pancakes are done, garnish them with the remaining half banana, chopped. Sprinkle icing sugar and honey or maple syrup on top. (I didn’t garnish mine, I was too hungry 🙂


Yum Yum :D
Yum Yum 😀



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If food were a person, I'd be happily married with 6 kids by now. Nothing excites me more than the experience of sampling food and trying out new recipes. A Foodie, Hobby Photographer and graduate Quantity Surveyor all rolled into one

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