Quick and easy choc-banana pikelets.

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Ingredients (makes 13 Regular pikelets)

  • 1 Cup Wholemeal or gluten free flour
  • 3/4 Cup Milk of your choice (I use cow or almond)
  • 2 Tsp Cacao powder
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 Ripe banana

Method

  1. Mix flour, egg, milk and cacao powder together in a bowl. Once combined add the banana and mash it into the mixture until blended in or small lumps of banana in mixture. Add a little more milk if needed to make a thick but smooth batter.
  2. Add a little butter to a frying pan on a low heat. Add spoonfuls of mixture. Once bubbles start to appear on the surface of the pikelets, flip over.

Notes... You could also try this recipe with other fruits if you can't have or don't like bananas. Add a little more cacao powder if you'd like more chocolatey. Perfect little chocolate snack thats healthy for your little one.

  • Choc banana pikelets are simply yummy for morning tea.

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  • mmmm chocolate and healthy, a winner with me!

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  • I always use raw chocolate nibs instead of cacao powder, my kids prefer the nibs.

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  • What a great recipe! Love the idea of making an old favourite that bit more wholesome. Thanks for sharing!

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  • A Delicious Healthy Recipe!!! Thank you for sharing. They are going to be the new go-to recipe for breakfast/morning tea in my house! :-)

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  • ummm yum! This sounds sooo good!
    I will be testing this one out! Thank you very much for sharing!

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  • I love a good pikelet! These sound yummy and super easy!

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  • Looks good thanks for sharing

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  • Looking good!

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  • I love choc-banana flavour.

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  • pikelets

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  • My son would go crazy for these, and would be great knowing they are nice and healthy.

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  • Banana Pikelets yum yum yes please :)

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  • I would be happy to give these to my toddler.

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  • Yum! Great breakfast here. I’ve tried the cacao powder and don’t think it had a really chocolatey flavour though. I was disappointed anyway, too much of a chocoholic perhaps

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