Annabelle Smith’s

Banana Pancakes

Stranded on a deserted island, sunburnt, dazed, and clutching a single banana and an egg, I grew ravenously hungry. Despite the option of simply eating the banana and egg separately, I realized I wanted to complicate things. Luckily, I had a wood burning fire, a pan, and a little bit of spice. I whipped this up in no time and the delicious smell attracted Ol’ Ben, a sea monster from 1605, who took me on a tour of the seafloor in return for one bite.


  • 1 slightly old and soft banana
  • 1 egg


  1. Take your banana and mash it up completely with a fork. Eviscerate it. Now crack an egg into it. The whole egg. Trust me. Keep mashing. Add cinnamon if you want.
  2. Pour the glop into a greased pan on medium heat and cook it for a few minutes. Don’t make it a scramble. Think more like a pancake.
  3. Flip it if you have the talent.

Serve hot!