Saturday, March 14, 2009

CInnamon and Bannana Oven Pancake Burrito.....(Try to say that three times)

This is my ALL TIME favorite recipe. It tastes great and everyone love it. I make this at least once each weekend. It is a little time consuming, but it is well worth it. I stuff this with many different things. I stuff this with cooked apples, strawberries, berry mix, and any other fruit.
It is always perfect and comforting.


Oven Pancake
3 TB Butter
1 tsp. cinnamon
1 TB sugar
1/2 cp milk
1/2 cp flour
1/4 cp sugar
2 eggs
1 tsp. vanilla
2 ripe bananas

powdered sugar or whip cream

1. You add the three TB to a large frying pan and put it in the oven on 415 until melted. Then add the cinnamon an sugar and cook another 2-3 minutes in the oven.

2. Meanwhile, sift the flour and sugar. Add the milk eggs and vanilla. Beat until smooth.

3. After you whisk the ingredients (flour, sugar, milk, eggs and vanilla) Add it to the skillet from the oven and put directly back into the oven. Keep check on it. (About 15 minutes)

4. Meanwhile, cut up the two bananas or prepare whatever fruit you are having.


6. This is what the pancake should look like. (It is so amazing just by itself)If it does, remove it from the oven. Put it directly on a plate using a spatula. Then put the fruit in the middle and roll one side then the other. Roll into a burrito form. Top with whip cream or powdered sugar.




Wow! I promise, whoever you make this for...we love you forever. Yummy! It is crispy and so flavorful.

24 comments:

  1. I love the whole concept of this recipe. I have GOT to try it. I love your blog, glad I stumbled upon it.

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  2. Thank you so much...This pancake rocks! I love it and so does my kiddos and hubby!

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  3. My husband would definitely love me forever if I made this for him! Great recipe & cute blog!

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  4. I will be trying this out for my daughter and son-in-law! Looks great!

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  5. This sounds awesome! Great for Sunday or holiday mornings.

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  6. Thanks to everyone. It is my favorite and it is very unique.

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  7. Wonderful recipe! Very creative and delicious flavors!

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  8. Wow - it looks amazing! I love pancakes and this is something new. I like all the filling and sauces possibilities with this. And it looks perfect to share!

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  9. you know, I've often made an oven-pancake but it never occurred to me to roll it up with fruit. So superior! Definitely trying your batter ratios and method :)

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  10. Thanks so much Giff! I use to make regular pancakes all the time and one time I decided to try to stuff it and roll it like a burrito. Now that is the only way I make it. My husband absolutely loves them.

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  11. Thx for inviting me on Foodbuzz, I am glad I found your site too!!! This burito will make all my resistance crumble....

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  12. That looks great! Sunday is our pancake day so next week, we just might indulge ourselves with this recipe.

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  13. Sounds delicious! Found this through one of my twitter followers--will definitely retweet it--cheers!

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  14. This looks delicious! I love oven baked pancakes but haven't had them with bananas before.

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  15. Made my version this morning, big hit with the 'kids.' Check it out http://twitpic.com/26k7f

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  16. Elanine...That looks great. Thank you so much for trying it! It makes me feel good that others get to enjoy this pancake.
    Thanks again!

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  17. You should do a crepe the same, way I have a authenic recipe from my french canadian family if you like.

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  18. Wow, looks amazing. Banana pancakes are so awesome. Love your site!

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  19. I'd love to include this recipe as part of my One New Recipe a Day project. Please let me know if that's okay.

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