Fab Five Banana Pancake Minis

Monday, September 21, 2009

Here is another great recipe from Hungry Girl's new cook book 200 under 200. I have never had whole wheat pancakes and they actually were pretty good. I still much rather prefer the traditional pancake without whole wheat but these were very filling and satisfying. It had a lot of banana flavor and came out nice and fluffy. I made one large pancake rather than five minis. What a great breakfast!


Fab Five Banana Pancake Minis
Hungry Girl 200 under 200

Ingredients:
1/4 cup whole wheat flour
1/4 cup mashed ripe banana (about half a banana's worth)
3 tablespoons fat free egg substitute
1 tablespoon light vanilla soymilk
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
1/8 teasponn vanilla extract
1 splenda packet
Dash salt
Dash Cinnamon

Directions:
In a small bowl combine all dry ingredients (flour, baking powder, sweetener, salt and cinnamon) until mixed well.
In a seperate bowl, combine mashed banana with all wet ingredients (egg substitute, soymilk, and vanilla extract) until mixed thoroughly.
Bring a large pan sprayed with nonstick spary to medium heat. Pour batter in th epan to form five mini pancakes. Once the pancakes begin to look solid, after about 1 minute, gently flip.
Cook for an additional minute, or until both sides are lightly browned and insides are cooked through. Then plate 'em up and enjoy!

Servings: 1   Calories: 185  Fat:  1g  Points  3



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2 Responses to “Fab Five Banana Pancake Minis”

  1. All these recipes look great, Sandy! If you are on Weight Watchers on line, you can put in any recipe and get the points value. I do that alot! Good luck. I've lost 13.8 lbs so far. Going slow, but I've had too many "cheat days". I'm going to be very deligent with my journaling from now on! I didn't realize you were in Tampa. I'll have to let you know next time we go to Busch Gardens! Let me know when you come to the Fort Lauderdale area!

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  2. Try white whole wheat flour. It has the same texture as all-purpose flour. You wouldn't be able to tell the difference.

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