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Monday, October 17, 2011

Cinnamon Pear Pecan Pancakes

Sunday Brunch Today
Was getting ready to make our regular buttermilk pancakes and on a whim added some cinnamon, pecans and pears. This one will most certainly be served again and again!
Recipe
2 eggs
2 c buttermilk
1/4 c sugar
1 t vanilla
2 c flour
1/2 t cinnamon
2 t baking powder
1 t baking soda
1/2 t salt
1/2 stick melted butter
Whisk together. Batter will be slightly lumpy.
Then after pouring on the griddle, and before flipping,
sprinkle with chopped pecans
and thinly sliced pears. Serve with hot, homemade syrup.
Yum.

45 comments:

  1. Oh Yumm.. just got home from eating at IHOP, and now I feel very dissapointed...your brunch looks one hundred times better.

    Thanks for sharing the recipe...A must next time I make pancakes.

    Have a great day!!

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  2. mmm....this sounds lovely....dinner is cooking right now and you just made me hungrier...

    we make star wars shaped pancakes too...

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  3. Brian ~ star wars? So, do you eat Luke or Darth? :)

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  4. Those look and sound amazing!

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  5. Oh, I see your new teapot!
    My stomach is growling just looking at your post.

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  6. oh, my, this is positively sinful :)

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  7. Oh they sound good.Funny I was searching for Cinnamon Roll recipes and found cinnamon and sugar pancakes and jotted it down.

    I have cravings for cinnamon this time of year lol.

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  8. Those look yummy! Could you pass a couple this way?

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  9. Hey, Dezmond...come from the cat's place I see! :)

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  10. Becky ~ these would satisfy a pie craving for sure! :)

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  11. Sure, Martha...sit down and let me serve you!

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  12. I'd love some of your pear pancakes on my dining room table, doll.

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  13. these look realy good, Betsy! When I was young, growing up, I could eat three stacked pancakes... it would be too much for me now.. :)
    Have a great week! xo

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  14. Tom ~ haha...well, that was my plate and I didn't have any trouble eating three. :)

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  15. Bringing people your way
    Aren't I nice today..haha
    I'll take the pear over the pancakes though
    Unless they are hardened dough
    Then a frizbee they can be
    And make another good trap for bush number 3..haha

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  16. Pat ~ a pancake frisbee
    oh that would bring you glee.
    Don't worry, tomorrow's post is for you
    I guarantee you'll love it, too!

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  17. Do you have a sugar-free version for me to eat?

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  18. Sounds very good. Never thought of adding pears.

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  19. Those do look so yummy, and I have pears, pecans, and some cinnamon in the house, but no buttermilk. I do have beer. Have you ever tried to use beer in your pancakes? Beer makes for some very fluffy pancakes and no beer taste. I buy the pancake mix from Costco where you just have to add water. I use beer instead of water and the difference is truly noticeable. It makes them taste like homemade and they are so fluffy. Kinda like when you heat instant pudding in the microwave makes it taste like cooked pudding. I even heat the little pudding cups. Wow, I just had an idea, put the heated pudding over the pancake and wa la, dessert pancakes. Only chocolate pudding will do. One can never have too much chocolate.

    God bless.

    PS...Hope you do like the "New" Theme Thursday.

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  20. There sure is a lot of variety in playing with recipes. Some things look even better than others on your dining room table.

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  21. Mrs U ~ no kidding..beer in pancakes? Now that is very interesting. You have me curious, now!

    I'm sure I'll love TT..and I see the word is spreading!

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  22. Shoot! I have actually lost a few pounds this month. Could you add some sort of warning to your food posts? Thanks. (-:

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  23. Anita ~ sit down an have a few...there are no calories if eaten in cyber space! ha.

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  24. Betsy these look delicious and amazing! love them! Hope you have a lovely and nice week dear betsy! gloria

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  25. mmm yummy !
    You are making me hungry with the pictures and recipe. lol

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  26. Oh my!! I swear I can smell them here!! Ha!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  27. Oh your pancakes looks far better than the batch I tried to make over the weekend! Yay!!! They look so yummy, I'm dribbling! Take care
    x

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  28. yes, cat chased me over here :) Too much vitamin C there, and I needed some sugar :)

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  29. hahahaha ^^^^ That was a good one
    Now you can have more fun

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  30. Dezmond ~ well, you're welcome to stay for breakfast...I'm still serving. Oh look..Pat came back. Let me pour you some apple juice. :)

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  31. ...and you can play frisbee with the leftovers. lol...

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  32. I'll be glad to join the breakfast crowd... but I want to sit at a separate table from all those other guys.

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  33. I can smell your cinnamon pear pecan pancakes through my computer screen. Yum!!!

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  34. Silver, you really should be more socialable! Come join the crowd. :)

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  35. Oh, I can be sociable... I just don't like the thought of all those guys sharing any table space with me! Ladies are always welcome at my table, of course. (I'm no fool!)

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  36. I am reading this at 10:52a.m. PERFECT time for brunch...I would like some pancakes PLEASE! YUM!

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  37. Oh yeh! What a brilliant idea! I just made pumpkin pancakes last week....you're an 'out of the box' kind of thinker. I like that about you too! XO

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  38. Oh wow does this sound so delicious. Thanks for sharing it.

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  39. Looks yummy...thanks for sharing the recipe

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  40. I am currently out of town visiting family, we just ate - but truly I cold eat again after seeing these images.;))
    xoxo

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  41. Oh, Betsy, these look so delicious! I love pears but I have never thought of adding them into pancakes along with nuts. I wish I could smell the wonderful aroma of the pancakes frying! Yum!

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  42. these pancakes sound so good. i have been experimenting with french toast lately, using bananas and graham crackers. i am bookmarking this fer latah...

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