Banana Pecan Pancakes with Coffee Syrup

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Have you ever tried or heard Danny’s’ Banana Pecan Pancakes? I did. So I made a heatlhy version of these pancakes in addition that pecans and bananas are a great combination. This pancakes are fluffy, soft and wet.                                        WP_20141129_014

Each bite has a crunchy and smooth texture that makes you enjoy the pecan and the bananas. I used a coffee syrup for this delicious pancakes.

Ingredients:                                                                                                                                               yield: 1 person

1/4 cup whole wheat flour         1/4tsp baking pwder         2tbslp chopped pecans        1 egg   2tsp brown sugar    2tbsp mashed banana     a pinch of salt, cinnamon, nutmeg and vainilla 2tbsp greek yogurt



Mix all the dry ingredients. Then incorporate the remaining ingredients and whisk until  well incorporated. Now add the chopped pecans. Turn on the skillet and add coconut oil in spray (no fat calories added). Pour the desire amount of batter into the skillet. For a cute detail you can add e pecan in the middle of the cooking pancake.WP_20141129_001                                                                                  Once bubbles appeared, flip the pancake and cook through 30-45secs and put it on a plate. Repeat the process with the remaining batter.


You can eat this pancakes plain becuase they are perfect! Anyways, feel confident to add any berry or greek yogurt. You may also leave add pecans whole or add slices of banana when cooking the pancakes on the skillet.

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For the coffee syrup just mix 1tbsp of agave with 1tbsp of black coffee.Banana Pecan Pancakes (4)

Nutritional facts with the syrup: 14g fat     48g carbohydrates      12g proteinBanana Pecan Pancakes (3)

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