A few days ago I posted a recipe for buckwheat pancakes. I hadn’t made them yet but was thinking about them all week. So I went out and bought some buckwheat flour, made sure I had bananas and threw them together yesterday. I used regular 2% milk as I don’t have a dairy allergy to deal with, but it didn’t seem to affect anything. When mixing the dry ingredients I realized there was no sugar added, just the maple syrup. This made me very happy as I figured if they tasted good and had no extra sugar I could make them a lot and not feel guilty! When I mixed the wet and dry ingredients together I thought it looked really runny and figured I must have done something wrong. I rechecked the ingredients and it was okay. The other thing I changed was I sliced only one banana and it was plenty for the amount of pancakes. I cooked them up on my griddle and served them to the kids…they loved them! My husband loved them too. I liked them a lot – they were light, tasty, not too sweet and very easy to make. Definitely a keeper recipe.