Revolution of Love

Revolution of Love

Do small things with great love.

Recipe: Strawberry Pancakes

This week Tasha at A Clan’s Tale is hosting Mystery Ingredient Monday and the special ingredient is…

We love fresh strawberries but I don’t really cook or bake with them very much. I did make a Strawberry Coconut Cake for a previous Pinterest Party and it was delicious but for this week I decided to try strawberry pancakes. I am not much of a pancake eater but Brian loves them. Usually when he gets a craving he’ll buy a box of the ready made mix where you just add water and make himself a batch.

I wanted to surprise him and make some pancakes for him from scratch (for the first time!) and the mystery ingredient would be a perfect match.

I found this recipe for Strawberry Pancakes from Little Leopard Book.com and they looked delicious. The adorable Whitney also had a recipe for Cream Cheese Syrup, which sounded amazing but I didn’t have any cream cheese so I’ll have to save that for another time.

The Ingredients & Directions:

  • 1 1/4 cups flour
  • 1 tbsp granulated sugar
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 tbsp unsalted butter (melted)
  • 1 pint strawberries (sliced)

Prepare the pancake batter by combining the flour, sugar, baking powder and salt in a small mixing bowl.

Next, combine the egg, milk, vanilla and honey in a medium mixing bowl.


Add in the dry ingredients, stir to combine, then add the melted butter.

Gently fold the strawberries into the pancake batter.

Heat a griddle or large skillet to medium and spray lightly with cooking oil.

Pour the pancake batter by 1/4 cup onto the griddle.

Wait for the pancakes to be covered with small bubbles, then flip!

Well I made the pancakes and everyone loved them even if they were not as pretty as Whitney’s. šŸ˜‰

Things I’ll remember next time:

  • Read the directions carefully. (I messed up the part about adding the butter after the dry ingredients. Instead I stuck it in with the wet ingredients.)
  • Consider a thicker milk than non fat.
  • Make sure I have enough fresh syrup, especially since I don’t make pancakes often, otherwise I may find this in my cabinet…

  • Use a sieve to make sure my dusted powder sugar is dusted and not clumped.
  • When I buy that sieve hide it from the munchkins because they just may take it, us it as a Lego jail and them step on it like Godzilla was attacking the jail…again.
  • On second thought, forget the sugar and make Whitney’s Cream Cheese Syrup.

Well, despite the few snafus, it was still fun and tasty! Thanks to Tasha for hosting!

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6 Comments

  • Anne says:

    But what else are you supposed to use as a lego jail? These look delicious!

  • Jessica @ Housewifespice says:

    Girl! You need to make pancakes more often! Or French toast! Or waffles! Log Cabin (without HFCS) is a staple ’round these parts. I love all of your dishes. They make your pictures so pretty!

    • bobbi says:

      Jessica, you are so right! I’ve woefully neglected my breakfast duties, but I’m mending my ways. (I even bought a fresh bottle of syrup.) šŸ˜‰

  • EML @ Barefoot and Sometimes Pregnant says:

    Those look good! I should send you the pancake recipe I use…super simple to make and very fluffy. If you use buttermilk and let the batter sit for around 5 minds before cooking them should help produce a more fluffy pancake.

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