PB & J Pancakes

How do you like your Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches? I like mine pancake style.

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You’re probably wondering, “Why the heck are there grapes on a pancake?” But don’t be that quick to judge- they’re the perfect fresh fruit compliment to the PB&J theme and taste GREAT. Peanut Butter & Jelly sandwiches have evolved over the years– they’re no longer limited to grape jelly. I decided to keep my PB&J Pancakes traditional with fresh grapes and low-sugar grape jelly, but they can easily be turned into a different jelly/fruit combo! Next I want to try Raspberry Jelly pancakes with fresh raspberries😍

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🥜🍇🥞PB&J Pancakes🥞🍇🥜

Batter (same for all pancake recipes I post): 1 mashed banana & 2 eggs (ratio rule of 1:2 for how much batter you want to make)

Toppings: 1 tbsp chunky peanut butter (melted), 2 tbsp low-sugar grape jelly, 5 sliced red grapes

Directions: First, prepare your batter. In an appropriate sized bowl (based on how much batter you’ll be making), peel and mash your bananas. Use the ratio-rule and add the proper amount of eggs. Whisk together with a fork. Next, take a large saucepan to medium heat on the stove. Spray the pan with non-stick spray. Once heated, pour your desired amount of batter into the pan. Once the bottom of the pancake is firm, use a spatula to flip cake onto its other side. After your pancakes are cooked thoroughly, stack them on a plate and add your jelly, melted peanut butter, and fresh fruit.

Do you have any suggestions for other pancake flavors I should make? Place a comment below this post or email me at cloberg334@gmail.com!

Click the links below for other pancake recipes that will blow you away!

Apple Cinnamon Pancakes
Triple-Berry Pancakes
Peanut Butter Banana Pancakes
Cherry Walnut Pancakes
Double-Blueberry Pancakes

–Cass🌻

 

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