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Banana Pancakes

Bananas are nature’s powerhouse.

You can’t go wrong with banana recipes when in need of a quick and healthy snack or as an additive to a dessert recipe for some much-needed sweetness and flavor.

Bananas are low-cost, full of potassium and fiber – they’re the perfect thing on hand if you want something light that will always satisfy your sweet tooth. Because bananas are so abundant, there are many banana recipes available. In addition, there are many healthy recipes for your overripe bananas, from banana bread bars with chocolate chips to banana bread pudding.

Here is a banana recipe that can be made with left overripe bananas.

 

Banana Pancakes

It’s time for breakfast! This Banana Pancake recipe is gluten-free and so easy, you’ll be able to enjoy your favorite meal without any guilt. Follow the steps below and get ready to make a delicious treat.

This dish is a banana recipe worth making with oats, gluten-free flour, eggs, chocolate chips, coconut oil, and maple syrup!

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FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions

 

Q: What are some easy-to-make dessert recipes for kids?

A: There are endless easy dessert recipes for kids, but here are some of the best ones:

  • No-bake cookies.
  • Cake in a mug.
  • Edible cookie dough.
  • Blueberry muffins.
  • Banana bread.
  • Oreo truffles.
  • Cupcakes with cream cheese frosting
  • Cake mix cookies.
  • Instant pudding.
  • Chocolate pudding
  • Jello.
  • Chocolate-covered frozen bananas.
  • Cake pops.
  • Chocolate covered pretzels
  • Cereal bars.

 

Q: What are some easy dessert ideas for kids?

A: If you’re looking for an easy dessert recipe for kids that don’t require more than 5 ingredients to make, here are some that are so much fun:

  • Chocolate mousse.
  • Meringue cookies.
  • Gelatin cubes.
  • Fried apples.
  • Trifle.
  • Yogurt or fruit pops.
  • Raspberry sorbet.
  • S’mores.
  • Peanut butter fudge.
  • Ice pops.
  • Chocolate-covered strawberries.
  • Strawberries and cream.
  • Drop doughnuts.
  • Fruit kebabs.
  • Chocolate fondue.
  • Strawberry shakes.
  • Marshmallow dip.

 

Q: What desserts are hard to make?

A: If you don’t have many skills in the kitchen and you want to steer clear of complicated desserts, these are some of the classic desserts you should avoid:

  • Macarons.
  • Eclairs.
  • Baklava.
  • Chocolate soufflé.
  • Pain au chocolat.
  • Crème Brûlée.
  • Fried ice cream.
  • Fruit cake.
  • Lemon meringue pie.
  • Tiramisu.

 

Q: What dessert recipes do kids like most?

A: Children love sweets and snacks like crazy, but they don’t love all options equally.

Some of the most popular desserts for children include ice cream, chocolate cake, peanut butter cookies, cereal bars, ice pops, chocolate chips, peanut butter cookies, jello, cupcakes, and more.

Of course, every kid is different, and they all have different tastes, but it’s not difficult to find a dessert that they will enjoy.

 

Q: What dessert is good for kids?

A: The best desserts for kids are the ones that don’t contain refined sugars but are still delicious and sweet. Luckily, there are plenty of healthy dessert ideas for children, and some are mentioned above. M

Enjoy!

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Dr. Dina Kulik, MD, FRCPC, PEM
Written By: Dr. Dina Kulik, MD, FRCPC, PEM

Dina is a wife, mother of 4, and adrenaline junky. She loves to share children’s health information from her professional and personal experience. More About Dr Dina.

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