I’m always looking for a nutritious twist to put on our everyday breakfast go-to like pancakes. Blaire is almost 1 year old and still super picky when it comes to eating solid food. I try and make recipes that get more calories and nutrients in her, since she will probably only take a couple bites. In this recipe I used Power Cake mix that is a higher protein pancake mix,but you could use any type of flour or pancake mix that you like. I just added a extra soft banana, grated pear, egg and milk!
1cupflour or pancake mixI used power cake mix for extra protein
1cupmilkalmond or soy milk or water can work too
Combine flour/mix, milk, and egg in mixing bowl and whisk together. Smash ripe banana and combine with pancake mixture. Grate pear using any size cheese grater you have in the kitchen and stir into pancake mixture. Heat skillet on stove top to medium low heat. Use 1/4 cup of batter for each pancake. Depending on how hot your skillet get it should only take a couple minutes per side. you will see the pancake start to rise and little bubble form - that is a good sign to flip the pancake. Server warm, cold or throw in the freezer to store for breakfasts on the go!