Bacon & Pancakes: 7 Extreme Breakfast RecipesBrooke McLay
There’s nothing like pancakes and bacon for breakfast. Unless, of course, those pancakes have turned crazy-wild-extreme and become not just bacon pancakes but Bacon Pancake Cinnamon Rolls. Or Muffins. Or Bacon shaped pancakes. Then–and only then–does breakfast become an art form. A thing to be remembered. The best way to start your day since sliced bread. Here are seven totally sinful takes on bacon and pancakes. You’re guaranteed to fall head over heels in love with every one of them!
Breakfast Becomes Cravetastic 1 of 7Chocolate Chip and candied bacon pancakes can only be topped with one thing…Nutella Maple Syrup, duh!
Click for the recipe from Evil Shenanigans.
The Shape of Delicious 2 of 7No one ever said pancakes have to be round! Make up a batch of bacon-shaped pancakes and all your wishes will come true.
Click for more details over at Bacon Today.
You’re Gonna Wish There Wasn’t a Hole 3 of 7Maple Bacon Donuts take everyone's favorite breakfast and turn it into a one-bite wonder.
Click for the recipe from Under the High Chair.
Dessert for Breakfast 4 of 7Pancake Cupcakes are topped with real mapled bacon, buttered maple frosting, and a gummy egg. For cutes!
Click for the recipe from The You Finder.
Bacon Maple Cinnamon Rolls 5 of 7Turn those pancakes into spiraled heaps of awesomeness with this recipe for Maple Bacon Breakfast Rolls
Click for the recipe from Bacon is Bacon is Bacon.
Get a Little Tipsy 6 of 7Bourbon Bacon Pancakes. Need we say more?!
Click for the recipe from The Daily Bacon.
The Muffin Man Delivers 7 of 7Bacon Pancake Bites turn a plain-old breakfast into bite-sized fun.
Click for the recipe from The World According to Egg Face.
My Favorite Pancakes with Quick Maple-Bacon Syrup
FOR THE PANCAKES:
1 cup all-purpose flour2 tablespoons white sugar2 tablespoons baking powder1 teaspoon salt1 egg, beaten1 cup milk2 tablespoons vegetable oil
FOR THE MAPLE SYRUP:
1 cup real maple syrup
2 tablespoons melted butter
1/4 cup real bacon bits
In a large bowl, mix flour, sugar, baking powder and salt. Make a well in the center, and pour in milk, egg and oil. Mix until smooth. Cook on a hot griddle. In a small saucepan, heat together the maple syrup, butter, and bacon bits. Pour over cooked pancakes and enjoy!