Peanut Butter & Banana Pancake Sandwiches: Yummy & Kid-Friendly

This will be a new “favorite food” for my preschoolers! My son was so proud that “he made lunch”. These would be perfect with frozen pancakes, but as we had already consumed our stash Z mixed up some batter for us (see our make pancake letters post). We used bags to “squeeze” out our mini-pancakes. They were the perfect size for little hands to grab!

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How to make them?   Grab two pancakes, lather on the peanut butter, add slices of bananas and you have a hit with kids and mommy alike! Thanks to Aunt Jemima for inspiring this post. They have a variation of this recipe which uses walnuts (which we didn’t have on-hand), my son would have preferred peanut butter anyways. Hope you get to enjoy a fun breakfast variation! These would be great to make for road-trips or other out-and-about mornings!

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For other breakfast ideas, check out these posts:

Homemade Granola Bars

Freezable Breakfast Burritos

Pancake Letters: Great for Dipping

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2 Comments

  1. Those look really good! We love to make whole wheat pancakes, so I will have to remember this snack! So Rachel, did you see the toddler thread over at MckMama’s? I included a link to your blog there. If you need the URL, just let me know.
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  2. We’ve done this with waffles too! Frozen waffles are awfully convenient, though I refuse to buy boxed pancakes!
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