Eggless Ragi Banana Pancakes

BM #68 Day 2 -

After the rustic Bajra Aloo Roti, check out this fusion of East and West. My little one is very fond of pancakes. Since I wanted my kids to get used to the idea of including Ragi in their diet, I sneaked in Ragi flour in their favorite pancakes. They never complained while eating the pancakes but later were surprised to know the ingredients :). I know this will be a regular for their breakfast.

Eggless Ragi Banana Pancakes

Recipe Inspiration here
Ingredients - 

Ragi Flour 1/2 cup
Wheat Flour 1/2 cup
Baking Powder 1 tsp
Salt a pinch
Flaxseed Meal 1 tsp + 1 Tbsp of warm water
Banana 1 big one
Milk 3/4 cup

Eggless Ragi Banana Pancakes

Method Of Preparation -

In a bowl, mix the flours, baking powder and salt and set aside.

Blend the banana, flaxseed meal + warm water and milk into a smooth mixture.

Mix the banana mixture into the flours and stir gently until it yields a lump free batter.

Heat a griddle and pour 1/4 cup of batter. Cook on both sides and remove. Continue with the rest of the batter.

Serve with chopped nuts, fruit and maple syrup.

Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM# 68. 

Preparation Time 15 minutes
Makes 8-10


  1. Suja Ram Says:
  2. Such a yummy pancake recipe. Will surely try this soon. Awesome pics too Harini.

  3. The pancakes turned out so fluffy and yummy.Wish to have some,will try it for sure..

  4. Health packed pancakes , They look exotic and tempting .

  5. Very soft and tasty looking pancakes.Ragi addition makes them healthy too.

  6. Very soft looking pancakes. This is a great way of sneaking ragi into kid's diet..

  7. Addition of ragi to pancake batter is a nice way to sneak in this healthy millet into diet

  8. Priya Suresh Says:
  9. Those fluffy pancakes will definitely makes an excellent breakfast. Fantastic platter there.

  10. What a healthy beginning to the morning! Love the earthiness that the ragi provides.

  11. Kalyani Says:
  12. Love Ragi in savoury form, but nobody would touch pancakes here :(( however that makes a wonderful healthy breakfast there!!

  13. Srivalli Says:
  14. Such an interesting pancake with Ragi..and your pictures look so inviting!

  15. Fareeda Says:
  16. I just made these pancakes for breakfast. They are absolutely delicious. They came out quite fluffy. The batter was a bit too thick, so I had to add more milk. I topped the pancakes with blueberries and avocado slices.

  17. Archana Says:
  18. I know what you mean. I have made just ragi ones and my girls love them.

  19. Suma Gandlur Says:
  20. That's a great way to sneak in nutrition. I would remember this recipe next time while making pancakes.

  21. Srividhya Says:
  22. Ragi pancakes sounds delightful.. ragi dosa is what I have tried and now its hightime I should try this one too. yum

  23. Smruti Ashar Says:
  24. Ragi pancakes sounds like an interesting variation to the regular ones. Amazing pick for the theme.

  25. they look great and one wont be able to make out the difference from regular pancakes texture wise...

  26. the pancake looks so yum! Pancakes are my latest love...I think i should also do your trick to make it healthier :)

  27. Wow, harini you are rocking with your millets theme dear. Those pancakes looks yum and fluffy with fresh fruits and syrup, none will say no to this!

  28. Pavani Says:
  29. They look like chocolate pancakes. What a delicious way to sneak in Ragi into kids food.

  30. veena Says:
  31. This must be very delicious and healthy too. Looks yumm

  32. Unknown Says:
  33. very healthy ragi pancakes. liked your innovation

  34. Unknown Says:
  35. Ragi pancakes are a very healthy option for breakfast. Nice simple recipe

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