Breakfast for dinner? Dinner for breakfast?
We love pancakes so much, we could totally eat them for every meal, so we think we might just do that. Join us!
From sweet to savory to downright outrageous, there are so many lovely ways to load up your standard pancake recipe, so that you can eat flapjacks for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert.
What is your favorite way to eat pancakes?
If you've never smothered thick, gooey praline sauce atop your pancakes, you are seriously missing out. Let's fix that.
2. Savory Bacon, Cheddar, and Green Onion Pancakes
If you douse these in hot sauce and maple syrup (as you should!), you might wonder whether these pancakes are best for breakfast or dinner. We say eat them for both.
These fluffy pancakes get smothered in silky vanilla cream and thick chocolate ganache, just like the real thing. Yum!
Yes, that's right: these ARE giant Oreos in pancake form. Want to know the coolest part? Despite the rich chocolate and gobs of frosting, these beauties are actually *a little* more healthy and low-calorie than you might think.
Pretend it is summer with this fruity, fresh and delectable breakfast reminiscent of a moist lemon poppyseed muffin. And then invite us over.
Got a big batch of leftover mashed potatoes from dinner? You absolutely must pan-fry these delightfully fluffy, savory latke-pancake hybrids! You'll love them.
The secret to achieving such a light, fluffy texture? Gently fold in some stiffly whipped egg whites and pour the whole thing into ring molds.
Oh yes, these are very, very real. The best part? They are only a tiny bit more effort than making regular flapjacks. A cinnamon roll-lover's dream come true!
Yes, you can eat your favorite candy bar for breakfast, and we absolutely think that you should.