Yes I like to mix and match my dishes.
Last night’s dessert was simple,
1 batch of pancake mix.
1-2 sliced bananas.
2-3 tablepoons of brown sugar and 2-3 tablepoons of butter.
Spray oil your frying pan. Your pan on a stove top half to 3/4 heat.
Lay in your banana slices, sprinkle with the sugar and dob on the butter.
Pour your pancake mix over the bananas. I use about 2/3 of my mix in my stove top smallish fry pan. (How much mix you use depends on how many you are cooking for and how big your pan is, go with what looks good.)
I pop a lid on for the first 2-3 minutes to seal the top. Take off the lid and check doneness of the pancake, leave lid off to keep checking the centre is cooked.
When the pancake is cooked through, put a dinner plate over the top of the pan and turn out. This gives you the banana on top and pancake on the bottom like a tarte tatin.
Cut into wedges and serve with a scoop of ice cream and a drizzle of maple syrup or pouring cream.
Yes you can probably do this in the oven but I’ve personally not tried making it that way.
Add more sugar or butter if you wish to make more of a syrup in the bananas. Add a dash of cream.
Try with thin slices of apple instead of the banana.
With the little bit of left over batter I made a few pikelets for morning teas for work.