1. Place flour and sugar in a medium bowl; pour in combined egg and Nan OPTIPRO 3 Toddler Milk; fold in banana.
2. Heat a non stick frying pan over medium heat; spray with oil; add tablespoonfuls of mixture; cook until bubbles appear on the surface; turn over and cook a further 1 minute or until cooked through.
3. Serve spread with ricotta and honey if desired.
TIP: Cooking affects certain heat sensitive nutrients in NAN Toddler Milks, so there may be a reduction in the nutritional value of this recipe against the nutritional information panel of the product. Call our Careline for more information on 1800 468 8736.
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