Raspberry Chocolate Chip Pancakes

I made these raspberry chocolate chip pancakes to cure my Monday-itis and it worked! This recipe yields a whole lot of pancakes- I was able to get 14 from the batter bowl, which means I get to enjoy these all week long. And every once in a while it’s nice to have a decadent dessert, uh… breakfast…

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Cinnamon Pear Pancakes

Cinnamon and pears go together like maple syrup and pancakes, and this recipe has all of the above. I love the unusual presentation of these pancakes. We didn’t grate or chop a pear into the batter. Instead, there’s a full slice of pear poking through the middle of each pancake that’s been seared with cinnamon…

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Fluffy Old Fashioned Pancakes

Meet the fluffiest pancakes you’ll ever make. These old fashioned pancakes are fluffy and rich, with a subtle hint of vanilla. I’ll sometimes serve them with a bowl of mixed fruit, or with a generous smear of nutella. And of course the combo of pancakes and maple syrup is one of the best things ever created- so…

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Pumpkin Nutella Crepes

So, I may have gone a bit overboard when I bought all those cans of pumpkin puree back in September, but I have no regrets. I think that these Pumpkin Nutella Crepes were one of the dishes I was looking forward to making the most. Ever since I made these Classic Swedish Pancakes, I’ve been…

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Pumpkin Pie Pancakes

It’s like having pumpkin pie for breakfast! This is one of my favorite fall treats. Fluffy warm pancakes packed with cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, and ginger.

Classic Swedish Pancakes

I have made these Classic Swedish Pancakes so many times now that they’ve become a regular rotation in our breakfasts. This is a one bowl, easy to follow recipe that yields about a dozen crepes. They have a lightly sweet vanilla flavor, and can be eaten alone or topped with maple syrup, whipped cream, or…

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Cherry Pancakes

Cherry Pancakes, made with a buttermilk batter. I love making these when fresh cherries are at the peak of their season, around June/July. Use frozen cherries to serve these as a Valentine’s Day breakfast treat. Double the batch and freeze!

Easy Dutch Baby

Also known as a German Pancake, this recipe is quick, easy, and impressive to serve for a Sunday brunch! Sprinkle with lemon juice or powdered sugar.

Baked Apple Pancake

Time to whip out that heavy duty cast iron skillet. Baked apple pancake is my go-to breakfast for lazy Sunday mornings. The softened Granny Smith apples baked over a bed of caramelized sugars will have you scraping the bottom of the pot!