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Buckwheat Banana Pancakes

By Deb Mallin
Published: June 1, 2006
Buckwheat Banana Pancakes

I buy a good buckwheat pancake mix at my local grocery store and usually make the largest servings portion they list, eight plus. You cannot imagine how good bacon goes with this sweet, rich concoction and the combined smell throughout the cabin is divine. As these wonderful pancakes are packed dense with both flavor and ingredients, they will keep anyone filled up long into the afternoon.

         Buckwheat pancake mix
4-5    ripe bananas, mashed
         (the blacker the skins, the better)
1       cup chocolate chips

1.  Prepare buckwheat pancake mix according to largest serving size on package directions. (I recommend the Studiwheat or Hodgson brands).

2.  Before the batter is completely combined, gently mix in the bananas. Do not over mix. Fold in one generous cup of chocolate chips.

3.  Ladle the batter onto a hot, buttered griddle and cook the pancakes over
medium/low heat (lower heat and longer cook time so the center isn’t raw, as the batter is thick and heavy).4.  Warm up syrup for those who like to top off their pancakes. Serve hot off the griddle with sliced bananas and chocolate chips for garnish.
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