Mini Banana Pancakes

🎶 Can't you see that it's just rainin' Ain't no need to go outside 🎶

Who doesn't love cooking banana pancakes while listening to Jack Johnson's Banana Pancake. I actually listened to the song while cooking this vlog!! Wish I could have used this song....but you know..... licensing issues.....😫 I went to FOUR different grocery stores to get this mini banana. The first two didn't have any in stock! The third only had extremely bruised and rotting bananas. Then I had to drive 25 minutes to a different city. Normally I would have been peeved, but no one can get mad while listening to Jack Johnson.

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I tried duct tape, scotch tape, regular tape, masking tape, packing tape, electric tape, hockey tape, box sealing tape, elastic therapeutic tape, gorilla tape, spike tape, and washi tape...non of them stuck properly.

Not gonna lie I could have probably boughten a small island instead of trying every single tape in the known universe.

I finally had the idea to try athletic tape. I found some at the dollar store next to the ninja turtle bandaids.😂 While I was at the dollar store I also picked up some magic erasers, pens, microfiber clothes......and ninja turtle bandaids.

I write it with my favorite G2 pen and thats it. Really simple, no secret ingredients or crazy instructions.

I'm thinking about opening up some mini mail soon in an upcoming video. Send me a tiny letter in a regular sized envelope here:

P.O. BOX 2602 Saint George, Utah United States 84771-2602

Coming soon: The Worlds Smallest Mail Time!

(Note: I am NOT sponsored by ANY companies on this post. However it G2 want to send me some pens I would not be mad)


Mini Banana Pancakes Recipe

Prep time

1 hour

Cook Time

10 mins

Film Time

2.5 hours

Edit Time

2 hours

Music listened to: Jack Johnson and John Lennon


Banana - 1 small

Sugar- 1 teaspoons

Salt - 1 pinch

Nutmeg- 1 dash

Milk- a splash

Flour - 1 tablespoons

Eggs- 3 teeny tiny eggs

Oil- 6 drops

Instant Yeast- 1/4 teaspoon

Butter- 1/2 melted teaspoon


  • Gather all ingredients

  • Mix yeast, milk, sugar

  • Let sit for 20 minutes

  • Add eggs, butter, milk, flour

  • Mix dough

  • On a well-floured surface, roll the dough

  • Cut into small squares and shape into circle

  • Cut out middle

  • Optional: save middle dough for doughnut holes

  • Heat oil in a pan and let it get hot

  • Place donuts into hot oil

  • Let cook until golden brown

  • Once cool add desired toppings

  • Enjoy!

Want to see how if came out? Watch below!

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