September 26th is Pancake Lovers Day, and there’s a new way to celebrate with these stuffed pancake recipes. I’m trying not to discriminate against the simple pancakes in the world, but these stuffed recipes give new life to this favorite breakfast food. Here are some recipes, both sweet and savory, to help all you connoisseurs get your fix this year. Since food is always a reason to party, try making these recipes with friends and reflect on how awesome life is thanks to pancakes.
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We’re starting off with a twist on the traditional banana pancake recipe. These stuffed banana pancakes are great with traditional maple syrup, but a twist is the recipe they have for honey lemon syrup. This honey lemon combo can also be used on other pancakes you decide to cook up for this holiday.
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Want an alternative to sweet, breakfast style pancakes? Veggie stuffed pancakes are a savory alternative. If you want to continue the pancake theme throughout your day, try making these for dinner.
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This recipe makes nutella even better, which many find impossible. Instead of having nutella on your pancakes, here’s a way to have them IN your pancakes. There are few marriages as perfect as the combination of nutella with fresh fruit. After making these stuffed nutella pancakes, pair it with topping it with your favorite fruit. Here, these pancakes are topped with strawberries. For a twist, try blueberries, bananas, or any of your favorite fruits.
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Here is the Holy Grail of sweet and savory combined. Salty bacon stuffed inside sweet pancake batter? Perfection for anyone craving a salty sweet combination for breakfast. Want to eat these for lunch? Totally acceptable. Bacon transcends all mealtimes, so these can definitely be enjoyed after breakfast hours.
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If you’re looking for a breakfast sandwich in pancake form, here is your guide. Sausage and cheese are stuffed inside these pancakes, and they’re surprisingly easy to make. This recipe is something to use to impress if you want to have brunch to celebrate.
Hopefully these recipes have inspired you to celebrate Pancake Lovers Day on September 26th. If not, they’re easy enough to whip up on a Sunday morning, or if you need to impress any guests with a quick brunch. I do recommend, however, that you take advantage of a day that is dedicated to one of the best breakfast foods of all time.