Banoffee Pancakes - Easy Dessert Recipe

Light fluffy pancakes filled with caramel sauce, bananas, whipped cream and topped with flaked chocolate can only be a good thing.

Banoffee Pancakes

Now it might sound odd but they can actually be eaten cold a bit later on. They still look and taste every bit as good so why not make them before dinner cover the plate in cling film for a no-fuss delicious dessert.

Banoffee Pancakes with chocolate flakes

If you're not too much of a chocolate fan are looking for a healthier pancake recipe that tastes amazing you might like this Coconut Pancakes with Caramelised Bananas Weight Watchers recipe




Pancakes, Banoffee, Dessert, Chocolate
Pancakes, Dessert
American
Yield: 4-6
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Banoffee Pancakes

Banoffee Pancakes

Light fluffy pancakes filled with caramel sauce, bananas, whipped cream and topped with flaked chocolate can only be a good thing.

ingredients:

  • You will need a lightweight frying pan - about 8 or 10 inches in size
  • 110g plain flour
  • a pinch of salt
  • 2 eggs
  • 200ml milk mixed with 75ml water
  • a good knob of melted butter to be used for greasing the pan
  • For the filling:
  • Slice banana into a bowl and mix with a little lemon juice to stop them going brown.
  • Spread the cooked pancakes with NestlĂ© Caramel Carnation Milk and add sliced banana and whipped cream.
  • Sprinkle with flaked chocolate and that's it - job done.

instructions:

How to cook Banoffee Pancakes

  1. Sift the flour and salt into a large mixing bowl. Make a well in the centre of the flour and break the eggs into it. Then whisk in the eggs with a balloon whisk.
  2. Bring in the flour from around the edge of the bowl so it all gets well mixed together. 
  3. Now you can gradually add small quantities of the milk and water mixture, whisking all the time until all the milk and water has been added and it is quite smooth. You will now have a quite thinnish batter.
  4. When that's done, I always transfer the mixture into a jug so it's easier to pour.
  5. Using a piece of kitchen paper dip it into your melted butter and use this to grease the frying pan. 
  6. Get the pan really hot and then turn the heat to medium. Pour a little of the pancake batter into the hot pan - enough to almost cover the bottom completely. Don't make the pancakes too thick.
  7. Anyway, as the batter goes into the hot pan, tip it around from side to side to get the base evenly coated with batter.
  8. The pancake will only take a minute - if that to cook. Now flip the pancake over with a pan slice and the other side will need a few seconds to cook.
  9. Once cooked the pancake will have nice golden spots on. Now slide the pancake onto a serving plate.
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2 comments

  1. I actually really like the look of those products - and I have to say, of your gorgeous pancakes, too. I agree, never to early for a pancake x

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  2. Looks so naughty but so nice. x

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