i’ve been making some new breakfast reciepes recently and several of them are becoming quick favorites. the other day i discoved this blog … two peas & their pod … and i’ve already pulled a couple recipes i wanted to try including this one.

the title alone, cinnamon streusel pancakes, had me drooling. i’m please to say the recipe did not dissappoint.

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the base recipe for the actual pancake batter was quite similar to my go-to pancake batter recipe. the only change i made, since i prefer a fluffy pancake, was to add a teaspoon of baking powder when mixing up the dry ingredients.

the end result was truly delicious and really quite unique. healthy? probably not, but simple perfect for those special occasion breakfasts.

give it a try. you won’t be disappointed!

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have a great one!

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  • Home as Hobby at

    I’m going to have to try these out on my family this weekend. Thanks for sharing! I always trust your tastebuds 😉

  • Shannon at

    Once a year I like to have pancakes for dinner. And these, my friend, might be them. And thanks for the link to the peas blog, I love finding new food blogs.

  • Farmgirl Gourmet at

    Just found your blog through a good friend. Love! Those pancakes are delish!

    Happy Blogging!
    Heather

  • Flexible Food Covers at

    Great photos. Thanks for sharing the recipe. These fluffy pancakes looks great!

  • Jen@Notes From the Heartland at

    Uh…you’re killing me with these food posts Michael. I survived a week of stomach flu and lost 8 pounds…which kinda seemed worth it when I fit into all my summer clothes perfectly….you will have to contend with my husband when I need a new wardrobe. 😉

  • Julie at

    Oh yum! I know what I’m making for breakfast!

  • eeniemoni at

    will definitely have to try these. Thanks for the recipe, Michael

  • viv at

    That first photo had me drooling – they look absolutely delicious.

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