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Banana Crepes

Banana Crepes - simple and delicious recipe for the best, sweet and fluffy banana crepe recipe ever. 20 mins and breakfast is ready for the family! | rasamalaysia.com

Banana Crepes

Banana Crepes – simple and delicious recipe for the best, sweet and fluffy banana crepe recipe ever. 20 mins and breakfast is ready for the family! | rasamalaysia.com
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Ingredients:

1 1/2 cup all-purpose flour
2 eggs
1 cup milk (or water)
1/4 cup sugar
Butter, for greasing
Berries of your choice, for topping
Maple syrup
6 bananas @ 6 oz. each, peeled and sliced
4 tablespoons melted butter

Method:
Sift flour into a bowl and add eggs, milk (or water), and sugar. Mix well and set aside.

Heat butter in a pan, add the bananas, toss until coated, and cook over medium heat until the bananas start to soften and browned. Make sure not to overcook the bananas. Dish out and set aside.

Grease a little butter on a non-stick frying pan. Pour the batter into the pan and cook over medium heat until the bottom part is golden. Turn the crepe over and cook the other side. Transfer to a plate and fill the pancake with the bananas. Fold the crepe over to enclose and top it with some berries. Drizzle maple syrup on the crepe before serving.

Banana Crepes - simple and delicious recipe for the best, sweet and fluffy banana crepe recipe ever. 20 mins and breakfast is ready for the family! | rasamalaysia.com

Banana Crepes

Banana Crepes – simple and delicious recipe for the best, sweet and fluffy banana crepe recipe ever. 20 mins and breakfast is ready for the family!

Banana Crepes - simple and delicious recipe for the best, sweet and fluffy banana crepe recipe ever. 20 mins and breakfast is ready for the family! | rasamalaysia.com

Once in a while, I like making healthy breakfasts, for example, banana crepes with maple syrup, topped with my favorite berries. Nothing beats waking up and having a great breakfast that is loaded with all the nutrition one needs for the rest of the day—protein, vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, and more.

Banana Crepes - simple and delicious recipe for the best, sweet and fluffy banana crepe recipe ever. 20 mins and breakfast is ready for the family! | rasamalaysia.com

I am not a big fan of traditional pancakes; I think they are too dry and bland for my taste, plus they get soggy when it soaks up the syrup. I like French crepes. Filled with slightly browned bananas, banana crepes are absolutely delicious, especially with maple syrup. I also love topping my banana pancakes with fresh berries—blackberry, blueberry, strawberry, or raspberry. Berries give the banana crepes a refreshing flavor, not to mention adding beautiful color to the serving.

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65 COMMENTS... read them below or add one

  1. what a sweet breakfast… the step by step instructions sounds easy… not sure when I had my hands on them will it be that easy :P

  2. Yummy! I love pankakes!
    Alternatively, the same thing works really well with some Granny Smith apples.

    PS: wonderful photos as always!

  3. Lookin oh so delicious! I don’t really like bananas but those seriously look good. You should enjoy them while listening to Jack Johnson’s Banana Pancakes song.

    • :) I believed some Jack Johnson’s tune was in my head making these banana pancakes in the morning. But not the Banana Pancakes song, since it was bright and shiny when I made them. Check out the lights on the pictures :)

  4. Now that’s a good looking crepe! You know, when I read your banana pancake post, it reminded me of the Penang banana pancake that’s sold in the coffee shop. God I love the crispy bits..*craves* Got to make some for breakfast soon! :)

  5. Grace F

    This looks soooo much better than just regular pancakes! Yum! I can’t wait to try these tomorrow morning. Maybe if you use really ripe bananas (when they are turning brown), you could skip the step of cooking them in the pan and just drizzle melted butter on them instead.

  6. Alice

    Hi, this recipe is great and appealing especially you wish to have a simple yet healthy breakfast. It is great to see so many of Malaysian’s cooking and traditional recipes here, I really wish to try them all at home. You are great in promoting our Malaysian’s recipes!

  7. Sunshine

    I had already mashed my bananas with eggs and then discovered I was out of milk! Found and made your recipe (with blueberries and vanilla yogert on top, bananas in the batter). YUM!! Thanks for posting it!

  8. Joyful Mom

    I followed ur recipe n tried a few times but no way am I able to spread the batter so thinly to make it looks like yours! After showing my Hubby the photo of ur banana crepe, he commented,”wow! Hers is hotel standard, urs is housewife standard. ” Can u kindly share with me how to spread the batter evenly n thinly?

    • So sorry to hear that, what I did was quickly swirl it around the pan so it’s in a thin coat. You might want to put in less batter in the pan so it helps to spread. If you still think it’s too thick, then add a little water.

  9. KV

    wow! this is exactly what i was looking for! Some cafes in Goa serve this with a generous slathering of nutella (chocolate spread) on top of the folded pancakes… yumyum! i’m making these tomorrow even if it’s a work day =D
    thank you luv!

  10. Tanya

    Great recipe! This is just what I was looking for. My mum used to make pancakes this way too. Thanks so much for posting!

  11. Mike Reed

    I tried your excellent recipe, but made it even more Malaysian by substituting the maple syrup with gula apong (nipah palm sugar). Gula melaka (commercial palm sugar) should also work just as well.

  12. Tim Tio

    Hi Bee

    I have a little suggestion for this Banana Pancake recipe. Follow the recipe step except that the banana be (pulsed) pureed instead of being sliced. Next spread the puree on the pancake before folding. This will enhance the taste of the pancake because the pureed banana is integrated into the pancake. In sliced form the banana will taste independently of the pancake.

    Regards
    Tim

  13. GRESSIA

    I just found your website and I’m loving your recipes and the way you display it. I cant wait to try your recipes, they all easy to make and looks so yum to eat. If you don’t mind, I’m wondering what camera are you using to take the pictures of the food. Thank you

  14. I’m like you Rasa. I only like crepes and since I love bananas, this is a super recipe. The instructions are so easy and I like the choice of the berries on the top. My strawberries are getting ripe now so I’ll be using them. Thank you.

    Ginger

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