1.) Add banana, yoghurt and milk into a high speed blender, we used our Nutribullet but any should be fine. (You may even want to use a hand held one.) You should end up with a smooth/ thick liquid, kind of like a thick milkshake consistency.
2.) Add mix into your bowl and whisk in the remaining ingredients, in no particular order. You should get a thick and smooth batter that can easily be poured with a spoon.
3.) If you find you don’t have the right consistency and it is still too runny, add more flour.
4.) Heat your non-stick skillet pan on low-medium, if heat is too high they will burn so these need to be cooked slowly and with patience. Feel free to add oil or oil spray and once pan is smoking slightly start pan-caking away.
5.) If you want a lot of smaller size pancakes we suggest using a heaped tablespoon per pancake, adding dollops to the pan, allowing space for each pancake to spread slightly while cooking. For larger pancakes like we made, add two heaped tablespoons and make one pancake at a time.
6.) Leave to cook for 2-3 minutes (until edges look cooked and middle starts bubbling) then flip them over and allow to cook for another 2-3 minutes.
7.) Repeat until all batter is used up.
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