Thursday, March 8, 2012

Pancakes, Pancakes!

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My post today is dedicated to those fluffy, round, scrumptious things we call pancakes. Growing up my Dad and I would make pancakes together every Saturday morning. We would add our "secret" ingredient that we promised not to tell anyone about.ever. Although there are some pretty amazing looking pancakes out there nowadays none will compare with my Daddy's pancakes. Here are a few that look like they might come close though...

Birthday I really have to wait until my birthday? Emily you should make them this weekend...or maybe I can make them in honor of your birthday?

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Then there's cheesecake infused pancakes...really?! Is this still considered breakfast?
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Now try Bacon Pancakes...
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And there are even pancakes made with sour cream by none other than my favorite Pioneer Woman...Edna Mae's Sour Cream Pancakes
I actually made these this past weekend and I was pleasantly surprised with how light and fluffy they were compared to the average pancake...if there is an average pancake. Since I'm talking about pancakes it is only fair I share this recipe with you...
Step 1. Gather up your cast of characters-
 1 Cup sour cream
7 T. flour
2 tbsp. sugar
1 tsp. baking soda
2 large eggs
1/2 tsp. vanilla
1/2 tsp. salt
butter (for griddle)
Step 2. Place sour cream in a medium bowl. Add flour, sugar, baking soda and salt.
Step 3. Stir very, very should be lumpy for texture. Whisk eggs in a separate bowl and stir in vanilla...add this to sour cream/flour mixture and stir gently.
Step 4. Add butter to a hot skillet and pour batter in 1/4 cup at a time. Cook for 1 to 1 1/2 minutes then flip. Repeat until batter is gone.

Let's face it, not only are pancakes amazingly delicious, but they bring people together. What is your favorite kind of pancake?

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Emily Hope said...

I am making birthday pancakes for my birthday on Saturday! THEY LOOK SO DELICIOUS. I hope you make them too - we can celebrate together :)

Heck - I might make pancakes right now!

Valerie Griffin said...

yum! love pancakes! i've been all about some breakfast food lately!

Natalie said...

I'm not a pancake lover, but those birthday sprinkle pancakes sure are tempting =)

Megan said...

Oh yum!! Birthday pancakes sound so good. Makes me want to go to IHOP right now!!

Kristen said...

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Amanda said...

Bacon pancakes? That's insane. My fav are chocolate chip made with the mini choc chips. I eat them for dinner a lot! I've also made PW's sour cream pancakes before too!

Tatiana said...

Yammo! I love me some pancakes. My faves are the ones that I make actually :-) They have brown sugar, molasses and apple sauce. My mouth is watering right now!.

Kylee Noelle {the blog} said...

Now I'm craving pancakes! And I usually don't even like them! Although i think I'd have a hard time resisting bacon pancakes, those look amazing!

Anna said...

love those pictures, the last one especially! I think I'm going to try that recipe. :) Thanks!

Emily said...

My daddy made pancakes with the secret ingredient when I was a kid too :) So sweet!

JRuud said...

WOW Yum. Those birthday cake pancakes look amazinggggg.

Kelly said...

Birthday pancakes?!?! Blowing my mind.