Banana Split Pancakes
(16 servings) Printable Version
Pour butter by a little less that 1/4 cupfuls onto hot griddle (because chocolate chips will sink, scoop batter from bottom of bowl for a more even distribution of chips). Cook until edges are dry. Turn; cook until golden brown.
Serve with bananas, strawberries, whipped topping, peanuts, chocolate syrup and maraschino cherries.
Everything that's great about a banana split in a pancake. Good for breakfast or dessert.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank MrsBuckeye for this recipe.
Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of Banana Split Pancakes?
Overall Average Rating =(out of 5)
Based on 5 votes.
Making it for Mother's Day and I'm really excited! Can't wait until 'mums comment'.
Comment submitted: 5/11/2013 (#15856)
I used Aunt Jemima pancake mix and it had me use less water but everything worked out. I also used a low-sugar strawberry jam. So with the bananas, it was almost healthy... almost.
Comment submitted: 9/17/2012 (#14445)
From Michael A
I made these for my classroom and they loved them.
Comment submitted: 4/28/2011 (#12595)
From britney s.
I'm from Hollywood and I loved them and I usually don't eat chocolate.
Comment submitted: 5/10/2009 (#8090)
From Bisquick is...
Its the pancake mix... whatever brand to make pancakes in your area will suffice.
Comment submitted: 6/26/2008 (#5613)
I ate it every morning when I was in Canada. I'm from Holland you see.
Comment submitted: 2/7/2008 (#4574)
If you pour the batter onto the griddle and THEN sprinkle the chocolate chips on each pancake you don't have to worry about the chips being unevenly distributed.
Comment submitted: 2/5/2008 (#4559)
Yes, this is the "world wide web" or as everyone else calls it, the internet. On this internet there's something called Google and the first result for Bisquick baking mix turns up an easy recipe so even New Zealanders can make it.
Comment submitted: 1/8/2008 (#4336)
From Katie NZ
What on earth is Bisquick original baking mix... remember this is the world wide web. Don't have that product in New Zealand. Can you give the equivalent of "real" ingredients?
Comment submitted: 10/31/2007 (#3886)
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