i read everyone else's reviews AFTER making the batter and eating a pancake, and i feel as though maybe a lot of people who chose to try this recipe don't make pancakes regularly... if you haven't made pancakes frequently, and you haven't experimented making pancakes before, then you should before trying this recipe.
i followed the recipe as it were, adding all the dry ingredients, vanilla, and peanut butter together (two spoonfuls~1/4 cup) and then the whole banana (mashed while stirring).
once this appears mixed, i poured milk directly from the carton into the mix until the mixture was of the right consistency--this is always the recommended method when making pancakes, because then you are able to adjust your batter better. i found it should definitely be slightly runnier, because the peanut butter and bananas chunk up and make the pancake thick while it is cooking (leading to either burning on one side, or raw in the center)--
PERFECT PANCAKES, every time. and they're outstandingly delicious. the only pancakes i've ever wanted to eat without needing butter or syrup, so i'm not sure if others used bad pb or bad bananas, but Jif and normal-sized, raw (slightly blackened peel) bananas were fantastic in this.
*Only* thing i added was a teaspoon of baking soda. (baking powder+baking soda=awesome baked goods, especially pancakes)
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i read everyone else's reviews AFTER making the batter and eating a pancake, and i feel as...