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Sunday, July 20, 2014

Elle's Kitchen: Bacon Pancakes


I have been seeing this recipe on Pinterest
for a while and since Brennan is leaving us
for a few weeks, I thought we should send
him off with a hearty breakfast.
In researching this recipe, I found it was 
first developed by the Aunt Jemina company
in 1962, though it has been around for a long
time, I never heard of it until recently.


Cook the bacon on a tray in a 365 degree F oven
for 10 to 15  minutes or longer until fully cooked.


Place the bacon strips on a griddle or in a 
pan, make sure to grease the griddle or pan
with some of the bacon grease, butter or Pam.
Pour prepared pancake batter over the bacon.
Wait for the pancake to bubble around the edges,
it won't bubble where the bacon is.


Flip and cook on the other side.


Serve with butter and maple syrup.

We rarely have a big hot breakfast around 
here these days.  We are all too busy and 
eat at different times.  Today we sat around
the table talking, about travel, of course and 
pulled out the World Atlas to dream of future
journeys.







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