Pancakes worth every bite...
Today I woke up inspired by a giant box of Bisquick mix that a friend gave me, some overripe bananas and a craving for some Nutella. And so the natural thing is to combine these things and come up with a yummy breakfast that everyone could enjoy. This recipe could really impress your family because the pancakes, although semi-homemade, were fluffy and light with a wonderful hint of banana and maple and who doesn't love Nutella? I accompanied this meal with a wonderful mocha iced coffee with the last bit of my cold brewed coffee concentrate and my dream cream. Enjoy.
Delightfully Delicious Maple Banana Nutella Pancakes
|Take one overripe banana and smash with a fork and gently fold into pancake batter|
|Add 1/2 tsp of Maple extract and mix in (I hang my head in shame because I'm using imitation).|
|Butter your skillet let it get hot and add a ladle full of pancake batter|
|Take your plunger or Nutella filled pastry bag and add as little or as much Nutella as you would like.|
|I put an "S" for my daughter Sydney. Look at that creamy Nutella...mmmm!!|
My Homemade and Cheaper than Starbucks Mocha Iced Coffee
|Add a drizzle or more of chocolate syrup and stir, stir, stir!!|
|The Perfect Color!|
|I think this will be enough caffeine to get me through laundry, cleaning, cooking, shopping and packing for my trip tomorrow.|