These pancakes became a family favorite the first time I made them 7 years ago. They are fluffy, lemony and soooo tasty. And, they feel so fancy! I use low fat milk & ricotta to make these luscious, yet light, pancakes. My son asks for them everytime he is home for a visit! Serve them with fruit or just slather on some butter & drizzle with syrup.
These crepes were scary good! I stuffed them with carmelized bananas & almond butter, and topped them with Tree Hive Maple Syrup + Honey, chocolate sauce, cacao nibs & pistachios. They were decadent & delicious. I have posted about the German Pancakes before; the recipe for the carmelized bananas is here for ya!
Merry Christmas Eve! My mom always hosted Christmas Frühstück (Breakfast) for our family. I have kept up the tradition, adding & refining our menu, each year. A staple is & always will be her GERMAN PANCAKES. They are really like a crepe ~ very thin & light. I served these crepes w/plum compote, cherries & syrup. Fruit & jam are also lovely additions. You can find the plum compote recipe here: Gingerbread Pancakes with Ginger Plum Compote. Enjoy!
These pancakes are a perfect holiday treat! Stack ‘em high with marshmallow whipped cream & plenty of cacao nibs between each layer. The bananas & cacao nibs make thsee cakes taste just like you are sitting around a camp fire, except you are in the comfort of your cozy kitchen. Decadent & delicious.
The Sugar Plum Fairy is in the house! Pancakes in the House! At least that’s what I was thinking of when I made this gingerbread concoction, this morning! You will L O V E these pancakes topped with warm Ginger Plum Compote! Created this recipe all by lonesome!
My mom’s waffle maker has been calling my name ever since I got back from our trip to NYC. It’s a vintage Sunbeam that has to be at least 70 years old. It makes the best waffles! So, I made these CHOCOLATE WAFFLES WITH BALSAMIC CHERRY COMPOTE, this morning. Wow. Wow. Wow. I finished them with a dollop of vanilla yogurt, cacao nibs & a dusting of powdered sugar. Got my inspiration from Olive & Mango and it was well worth the effort. Made a few changes to the recipe to make it a little less complicated for me. (Took me 45 minutes, start to finish) You need to make these ASAP ~ this combo is beyond scrumptious.
I’m just not ready for Christmas! I still want to smell pumpkin spice & enjoy my fall decor! I love this time of year so much that one year I lost my mind and made over 100 chenille pumpkins! Anyway, I digress. I made these gorgeous pancakes for breakfast & the fam loved ‘em! AND, I’m really proud, ‘cause I created this recipe all by my lonesome! This stack of hot pumpkin yumminess was, according to my daughter, was “just right.” The drizzle of Tree Hive Maple+Honey didn’t hurt, either. A perfect Thanksgiving week treat!