Do you need a new brunch dish or kid friendly breakfast that you’ll enjoy too? How about these babies, cinnamon apple banana pancakes. They are easy, yummy, and you can dress them up a ton of different ways. I think it would be fun to make these pancakes for a group and have all sorts of the different toppings laid out for people to build them however they want: sliced apples, sliced bananas, powered sugar, whip cream, maple syrup, chopped nuts. You know, kind of like waffles but with fruity pancakes instead.

So I’m going to make a confession here. I actually suck at making pancakes. I make them too thick so the center won’t get cooked before the outside gets burned, or I destroy them in the flipping process. Until recently my husband has been the pancake maker of the house. But you know what I discovered? If I make smaller pancakes, I don’t screw them up! So in the recipe I call for using 2 Tbsp of mix per pancake. If you are like a witch who has pancake powers though and can cook large fluffy pancakes perfectly, feel free to use 1/4 of a cup instead.


Cinnamon Apple Banana Pancakes

Cinnamon Apple Banana Pancakes

1 ripe banana (you can save a few slices for garnish)

1 medium apple diced (you can save a few slices for garnish)

1 1/2 cups flour

1/4 cup sugar

1 cup milk

2 eggs

1 tsp vanilla extract

1 tsp cinnamon

1/2 tsp salt

For toppings: Use any combo of thinly sliced apples, thinly sliced bananas, powered sugar, whip cream, maple syrup, chopped nuts


In a large mixing bowl using the back of a large spoon mash the banana and diced apple pieces.

Mix in the remaining ingredients.

Heat a skillet over medium heat and coat with nonstick spray.

Drop 2 Tbsp of pancake mix for each pancake in the skillet. When the pancakes start to bubble and the edges are beginning to set, takes about 2 minutes, flip the pancakes and cook until the other side is golden brown.

Finish with desired toppings.



Published by Lacey Hamilton