Whether mashed and stirred into the batter, sliced and cooked in on the griddle, or served on top with whipped cream, bananas are a healthy, perfect addition to pancakes and make any breakfast or brunch special. Try bananas in your next pancake batch--your breakfast or brunch guests will thank you.See Popular Banana Pancakes Recipes
Mix up this easy protein-packed recipe for Banana-Oatmeal Pancakes for a breakfast that will give you energy to last all the way until lunch.
Shredded coconut and pineapple tidbits give a Hawaiian flair to these healthy hotcakes.
Chocolate-chip-studded banana pancakes topped with piles of fresh fruit are perfect for leisurely weekend breakfasts.
Boost the nutrition in whole grain pancake batter by adding potassium-rich bananas and high-protein peanut butter.
Top whole grain pancakes with maple syrup-coated bananas and berries for a colorful breakfast treat.
Blend bananas into the batter to keep pancakes moist without adding any fat. For a nutritious and warm breakfast, serve your shortstack with fresh fruit instead of maple syrup.
Take a breakfast or brunch tour of the tropics with this pancake recipe. The banana, pineapple and coconut cakes are topped with additional coconut, cream cheese, and sliced papaya.
For a quick and nutritious breakfast that will keep you (and the kids) going all morning, spread a whole grain waffle, bagel, English muffin or piece of toast with a couple of tablespoons of peanut butter. Unlike butter, jelly, or cream cheese, peanut butter is loaded up with plenty of protein, fiber, and healthy fats. Top with a sliced banana or a small handful of raisins--or grab a piece of fresh fruit to eat on the side--and you have a complete, well-balanced breakfast that will keep you satisfied, energized, and focused. Creamy or crunchy, it doesn't matter--but you want to choose a brand with a minimum of added sugar and salt. Look for peanut butter with no more than 2 grams of sugar and 100 mg of sodium per serving.
Pancakes crammed with blueberries or loaded with chocolate chips are some of our favorite variations on the basic buttermilk breakfast treat. When we asked Recipe.com Facebook friends to cast their votes for their favorites, you spoke up! Although the chocolate-chip lovers were loud and proud, blueberry fans outnumbered them by a pretty hefty margin.
It's hard to believe Christmas is just around the corner! Wasn't it just Halloween? Here's an idea to make Christmas morning even more festive: Whip up a fun breakfast your kids will enjoy and that will give them sweet presents to start their day.
Get ready for a new flavor combination with these Banana Millet Muffins. They're a classic snack with bursts of whole grain crunch!
With three daughters, I'm completely lost when it comes to boys and their toys, but I do know there probably isn't a boy out there who wouldn't love a four-wheeler. My nephews have a bubblegum pink (yes, pink) four-wheeler -- and they love it! When I was out to visit them last year, they took me for a ride. It was scary putting my life into the hands of a seven and nine year old, but I have to admit, I had a blast!
Early kick-offs create a culinary dilemma for tailgaters: what to eat? You need something much more filling than a breakfast bar or a bowl of cereal to make it through the game, but pancakes, eggs and bacon are simply not feasible parking-lot fare. Breakfast burritos, wraps and subs are the perfect solution to this pre-game conundrum.
This brunch menu lets you make ahead as much as possible, so you don't have to do much more than brew coffee and pop things in the oven before eating.
All you need is a healthy bowl of homemade chicken soup. (No, you don't have a cold.) Or a big plate of pasta with a creamy-bacon sauce.