Sunday, March 20, 2016

Peanut Butter Pancakes with Butterfinger Baking Bits


Last Friday was my birthday.  I had hoped to go out of town, but I had an errand come up that needed to be done sooner than later.  I ended up staying local and finishing my errand in the morning.


I went to a movie, walked around an older, historic part of town, went window shopping, and ate a delicious, chocolate cupcake.  I also bought a pretty necklace.

That evening, I went to dinner with some friends at an Ethiopian restaurant.  I have only eaten Ethiopian food a few times, but it's fun.  An assortment of meats and vegetables come out on a tray.  Everyone eats with thin, airy, and flat bread from the same tray.  The flavors are warm and spicy.


I also received many wonderful messages and calls from friends and family.  There is nothing like a birthday to make you feel loved.


This peanut butter pancake recipe came from another blog called recipe girl.  It is packed full of peanut butter flavor.  I added Butterfinger baking bits.  I also doubled the recipe.


The ingredients are 1 cup all-purpose flour, 1 tablespoon white sugar, 1 teaspoon baking powder, 1/2 teaspoon baking soda, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 3/4 cup buttermilk, 1/3 cup creamy peanut butter, 1 large egg, 1 teaspoon vanilla extract, and 1/2 cup Butterfinger baking bits.


I whisked together the flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and salt.



In another bowl, I whisked together the buttermilk, peanut butter, egg, and vanilla.



I poured the liquid ingredients into the flour mixture.  I whisked the batter together.


I added the Butterfinger baking bits into the mix and stirred.


I greased a hot skillet.  I added a fourth to a  third of a cup of batter to the skillet.  The batter was very thick.  I probably should have added more buttermilk.


I cooked the pancakes until the edges looked drier and bubbled formed in the center of the cakes.  I flipped and cooked the other side of the pancakes for a few minutes.


I am in the habit of eating  greek yogurt on my pancakes.


These were substantial, thick, and hearty pancakes.


They had a pronounced and delectable peanut butter flavor.


The texture was fluffy and tender.  The baking bits were crunchy, sweet, and chocolaty.  


These were nutty, soft, and toothsome.  This is a good pancake recipe, and the Butterfinger baking bits made the pancakes extra special and a little decadent.


6 comments:

No Spoon Necessary said...

Happy belated birthday!!! Sounds like you had a nice one, despite not making it out of town! Love these pancakes, girl! Peanut butter with butterfingers?! Say no more... simply hand me a stack! Cheers!

Marcie Flavor the Moments said...

Peanut butter pancakes with butterfinger? Wow -- what a fun breakfast!

The Debths said...

I'm so happy I get to eat this for breakfast. SO. YUMMY!!!!!!

laura said...

Thanks! They do make a yummy breakfast!

Evolve With Mary said...

Happy Birthday Laura!!! These peanut pancakes look amazing, I'm sure the Butterfinger topping was a great addition.

laura said...

Thanks Mary! They were a great addition!