Cinnamon Swirl Pancakes

by beth on May 9, 2010

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For Mother’s Day I put in a spe­cial request to Hubby ear­lier this week, I asked for his cin­na­mon swirl pan­cakes for break­fast.   He makes a mean batch of pan­cakes, they are to die for.  I love that he is able to impress me with his mad skills in the kitchen.  He was happy to oblige my request today, which was a won­der­ful thing.  He had his cin­na­mon swirl pan­cakes wait­ing for me when I got up. The house smelled heav­enly when I made my way down­stairs to the kitchen.

It was good thing that he had break­fast for me, I mean after all I did give birth to all of his chil­dren.  He didn’t have endure those long months grow­ing babies, then birthing them, nurs­ing them, & the day in/day out of man­ag­ing the home.  Did he end up with stretch marks?  Nope.  He has me, I have the stretch marks to prove it (oh do I ever!).   And for that I got yummy cin­na­mon pan­cakes.  Along with a beau­ti­ful neck­lace & ear­rings.  Good man. I think I’ll keep him around.

Now for Hubby’s Cin­na­mon Swirl Pan­cakes.  The recipe makes 16–20 pan­cakes, depend­ing on size of the pancake.

What You Need:

3 Cups All Pur­pose Flour

2 Table­spoons & 1 Tea­spoon Bak­ing Powder

2 Tea­spoons of Cinnamon

2 Table­spoons Sugar

2 Tea­spoons Salt

2 1/2 Cups Milk

2 Tea­spoons Vanilla

1/4 Cup Butter

2 Eggs

Pow­dered Sugar For Topping!

How to put it together:

Sift together all your dry ingre­di­ents (flour, bak­ing pow­der, salt, sugar, cin­na­mon) with a sifter into a bowl.  Melt your but­ter in a dish (on a grid­dle or the microwave).   Add but­ter and all other wet (eggs, vanilla, milk) ingre­di­ents.  Mix the dry & wet together in your bowl.  Don’t worry about mak­ing it totally lump free, lumps aren’t your enemy in pan­cakes (on your thighs they are, in the pan­cakes a few lumps are good).  Place your mixed bat­ter by the spoon­ful onto a hot grid­dle or pan.  The pan­cakes are ready to flip when the edges begin to bub­ble up.  Flip & brown the other side.  Then serve with lots of pow­dered sugar on top.

And enjoy.  I mean really enjoy them.  You will because they are deli­cious.  Worth every stretch mark that those beau­ti­ful babies gave you.

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1 Alexandra May 9, 2010 at 3:05 pm

Oh my gosh, let me grab my coat. Forget the make up. I’ll be right over!!

Oh my garsh but what deliciousness…

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2 Eclipsed May 9, 2010 at 4:22 pm

Happy Mother’s Day! And OMG those look amazing. They must make the house smell delish.

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3 Amber May 9, 2010 at 5:59 pm

Ooo I would LOVE those.

Happy Mother’s Day!

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4 Alicia May 9, 2010 at 7:45 pm

amazing….seriously those look and sound so yummy! hope you had an amazing mother’s day!!!

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5 Erin May 10, 2010 at 8:57 am

Yum Yum YUM :)

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6 Rick May 10, 2010 at 9:31 am

These looks so good! There is nothing better than cinnamon in the morning.

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7 citymouse May 10, 2010 at 7:30 pm

Heck… I’d keep your hubby around too if he cooked like that for me! Lucky, lucky lady. Sounds like you had a nice Mothers Day… good for you!

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8 Jen @ ourfinehouse May 10, 2010 at 10:43 pm

Oh no . . . now I HAVE to make these. My mouth is watering already!

Stopping by from SITS.

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9 April May 11, 2010 at 12:02 am

These sound AMAZING! I saved this one. I love cinnamon-and pancakes! Stopping by from SITS.

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10 Charlene May 11, 2010 at 4:15 pm

I’m always on the lookout for new, yummy recipes. Those look amazing!

Stopping by from SITS!

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11 Blond Duck May 11, 2010 at 5:37 pm

Popped in from SITS to say hi! Even if I’m not a mom, can I have some?

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12 Maria May 12, 2010 at 2:31 pm

Perfect pancakes for weekends!

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