If you don’t have an oven but plan to make a simple snack for your kid, what could you make? My answer is definitely PANCAKE! With just a few ingredients and some simple cooking equipment, a batch of homemade pancakes will be ready in no time.
There are lots of methods in making pancakes. Each method has its own uniqueness. Interestingly, even for the same recipe, a slight change will yield a different outcome. Each time I tried a new pancake recipe, I learned something new.
After making these wholemeal banana chocolate chip pancakes, I truly agree that making pancakes with 100% wholemeal flour isn’t a bad idea at all. What could be more exciting than having chocolate chips to cheer your kids’ up. These wholemeal banana chocolate chip pancakes are very tasty and nutritious! Their texture is surprisingly soft and fluffy, and the Greek yogurt and banana keep these pancakes really moist. I have baked a few batches of these pancakes lately. They are “highly in demand” by my family especially my son who absolutely falls in love with them.
Like the usual pancakes, they are easy to prepare without the need for an electric mixer. However, when mixing the ingredients, it is important to make sure that the batter is not over-mixed and yet is free of lumps. I usually use a wire balloon hand whisk to stir the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients, and change to a spatula towards the end to scrape off any batter that sticks to the sides and bottom of the mixing bowl. During cooking, the chocolate chips will melt. So, get ready with some kitchen papers to wipe off any residue on the pan before you continue with the next batch.
These healthy pancakes are perfect for breakfast, or even great as teatime snacks, whichever way you choose to enjoy them. I like to eat them plain, but you can dress them up with a drizzle of honey or maple syrup, fruit sauce, yogurt or a handful of fresh fruits instead.
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