Pancakes for Dinner!

There's nothing like breakfast food for dinner :)


This pancake recipe was adapted from several and included white vinegar, 
which enriches the milk flavor in pancakes.

**Louisedit** The white vinegar doesn't enrich the milk.  That's like saying you surrounded the diamond on your engagement ring with coal to enrich it.  The small amount of vinegar (2 TBSP Vin, 3/4 Cup Milk) actually 'sours' the milk.  This 'souring' actually turns the milk into a faux-buttermilk.

**Pattyedit** One could argue making SKIM milk taste like FAUX-BUTTERMILK would, in fact, equal an "enrichment"
Check. Mate. **

**LouisEdit** YOU WIN.

     Sometimes, I can be an asshole.  This is one of those times.  Louis, Out.

**Pattyedit**An asshole, maybe, but a winner? No. 
I may not have written the recipe, but I know you made it balla'. Patty, Over & Out**



Lou's surprise-secret ingredient, however, were the SPRINKLES!!



Can you make out the blue sprinkles?

Soo good!

What do you like in your pancakes?

24 comments:

  1. Chocolate chips in mine! Delish!,,

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    1. Yea girl! Chocolate chips are where it's at!!

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  2. This looks so yummy! I love blueberries in pancakes. Got a great pumpkin pancake recipe that I need to try out soon, too!

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    1. Let me know how the pumpkin recipe works out - I am very intrigued!

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  3. Freshly picked-blueberries. If I have sprinkles, I call it dessert!

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    1. Ahh blueberry. A classic for a reason! But sprinkles - they make any meal a party :)

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  4. I love pancakes any time of the day... with fruit and lots of butter. Yum!

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    1. True true! Or a little a la mode action if you're feelin it! Nothing better!

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  5. Oh, these look so fluffy and wonderful!!! Much better than the Bisquick version my hubby whips up!

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    1. Definitely try them! Let me know how they work out!

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  6. Thanks for visiting my blog...anyone who shares a great pancake recipe is aces in my book! Looking forward to seeing more of your creations. If you haven't joined Foodbuzz, you should consider it. It's a great way to link up with other food bloggers...

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    1. Great suggestion! We'll be checking out Foodbuzz. Thanks for stopping by!

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  7. So simple, so timeless, so brillant!

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  8. Pancakes for dinner is a great idea! Yours do look tempting, but I would need to put pecans in mine. Yum!
    Ha-i loved the back and forth comments in this post between you two!
    Thanks for popping in and commenting on my blog also.

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    1. Thanks! We had fun editing it :) I always forget about nuts! They would be very good in pancakes. Lou used PB chips in his... not quite the same :)

      Thanks for commenting on ours as well!

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  9. the pancakes look awesome.I like chocolate chips or honey.

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    1. Honey! Yum! I bet that's better than syrup.

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  10. i was watching paula dean the other day and she cooked up chili on a waffle... she said the same thing as you said: there's nothing like having breakfast for dinner. after looking at your pancakes it gave me an idea that maybe instead of a waffle, pancake with chili is what i want. hmmm im excited. thanks for the inspiration!
    malou

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    1. Chili and waffles actually sounds strangely good! You'd probably have to use a whole different set of seasonings for the waffles. I'll be checking out your blog to see if you've followed up on that!

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  11. I LOVE dinner breakfast food :) I especially love it with sprinkles!

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  12. I love breakfast for dinner. Sometimes it's what hits the spot. Your pancakes sound. Dry tempting.

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  13. you are right, there is nothing better than pancakes for dinner, they look really fluffy and delicious I love to eat them with nutella and cream cheese

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