I’ve done this recipe only a couple of times. My nieces LOVE it!! So I am sharing this with you because you need to share the goodness with whoever you want.
These pancakes are pretty easy but, there is always or sometimes a “but”. You need to pay attention to the texture of the batter. Since this doesn’t have any flour nor milk or anything a regular pancake recipe has. So if it is too liquid it will take forever to cook and you might get pancakes that will fall apart. You can fix it, however, by fixing it you might have to add flour so it won’t be gluten free anymore, unless you add a gluten free flour. In this case, I recommend banana flour.
The batter should have some weight, let me be clear, as I mentioned before, it cannot be to liquid like that won’t work. So start with the two bananas and only 1 egg, you add more eggs and you are done, it won’t work unless you add a dry ingredient, as I mentioned before, gluten free flour.
So here we go
- 2 big bananas or 3 medium ones, ripe so all the sweetness is for us to enjoy
- 1 egg
- 1/4 cup of frozen berries (blackberries, raspberries, whatever you have on hand)
- Goat’s milk butter
- Pure honey
- In a medium bowl, smash the bananas with a fork until you make a good pure out of them. No big chunks here.
- Cut the berries in quarters, small ones so we can mix them in the batter.
- Add the egg and mix thoroughly. This is it! your batter is ready for the pan! At this point you can add the berries, they will look beautiful on the batter.
- Heat a medium pan. Add 1/2 teaspoon of butter, just enough to cover the pan, let it melt and with a soup spoon, pour over a small amount of the batter. What I found easy for me was to pour a small amount so I get a mini pancake and I can stack them up high and they will cook faster. Remember, this is not a classic butter so it is going to be fluffier. The heat should not be high because it will cook outside and will remain uncooked inside. So be patient.
- Just stack ’em one on top of the other one, at the end you could serve it with more berries, which I did and add honey on top.