Brenda's StoryThese are a hit with the kids! I have done them with Blueberries instead of Bananas and they are equally as wonderful!
I make pancakes for breakfast when the kids have sleep overs and normally have to make a double batch!!
You can top with fresh fruit, powdered sugar, chocolate and caramel syrup or maple syrup.
Serve with OJ and Milk
bisquick baking mix
chocolate chips, mini
1preheat griddle to 350 degrees.
2You can do it one of two way, mash the Bananas or use a fresher banana and dice them. (I normally mash them due to the fact i always have over ripe bananas in the freezer)
Then set them aside.
3mix the bisquick, milk, vanilla and eggs in large mixing bowl
4Fold in the mashed or diced bananas
5Spray griddle with lite coat of pam. Use a 1/3 measuring cup to drop the batter on griddle, at this time drop the chocolate chips on the batter, don't flip till the top is covered with bubbles and a little dry around the edge.
6Serve hot with butter and your favorite pancake topping and watch them eat Breakfast with a Smile!!
Brenda Broadfoot luvintherecipes - Feb 1, 2011
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