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Because cast iron heats so evenly, F&W's Melissa Rubel Jacobson uses it for pancakes.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... It's a "fruity-licious" breakfast, topped with creamy, nutritious yogurt and sweet preserves--sort of like pancakes a la mode, but a whole lot better.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection ... Peach yogurt, brown sugar and pecans create the wow in yummy pancakes with a matching syrup.
Try this pancake recipe made with Bisquick® Original baking mix from Betty Crocker.
Orange peel packs plenty of flavor into these pancakes without adding a lot of fat or calories. A cranberry orange sauce doubles the tang.
This savory pancake puffs in the oven. Serve it for breakfast, brunch, or dinner.
Who needs maple syrup when you can top your pancakes with a runny egg yolk? (Well, we wouldn't blame you for using both.)
These have become a weekend breakfast staple in our house, and they're so easy to make that they show up on weekdays occasionally, too. I use oil instead of melted butter in pancake batter because I don't like the way melted butter congeals when it meets cold eggs and buttermilk. This recipe can easily be doubled or tripled.
These savory hotcakes have the crunch of cornmeal and the nutty flavor of Parmesan. Great for breakfast or brunch, but try them at dinner with a topping of sour cream and herbs.
Trade in bread for whole wheat pancake slices in this B.L.T. twist that's perfect for breakfast or brunch.
Here's a breakfast idea made with everyone's favorite super food, blueberries! Serve 'em fresh and warm from the oven.
Pumpkin added to flapjack batter makes it extra tasty. Add a bit of cinnamon for a boost of flavor to these breakfast pancakes.
Serving a huge crowd? Here's how to make pancakes for over 130 using Bisquick® mix!