Strawberry-Topped Peanut Butter Pancakes, Peanut Butter Banana Pancakes, and a Giveaway for an Anolon Griddle! {Giveaway is CLOSED}

Peanut butter and pancakes is a great culinary combination. Give it a try! 

Every month we participate in a blogger challenge called Recipe Redux, and this month, we were charged with a breakfast makeover. Since makeovers are what we’re all about, we took a quintessential morning fave — pancakes — and added a hefty helping of good health. We used nutrient-rich ingredients including peanut butter, whole wheat flour, ground flaxseed, lowfat milk, omega-3 eggs, bananas, and berries. What follows are two peanut butter-inspired recipes — Strawberry-Topped Peanut Butter Pancakes and Peanut Butter Banana Pancakes — perfect for busy weekdays or lazy weekends. Take your pick!

Strawberry Topped Peanut Butter Pancakes via MealMakeoverMoms.com/kitchen

 Strawberry-Topped Peanut Butter Pancakes

We’re thrilled to announce that for the next few months, we’ll be partnering with the National Peanut Board on their “Peanut Butter for Breakfast” campaign. As part of the program we’ll be spreading the word (pun intended) that PB and breakfast are the perfect morning combo. Peanut butter brings protein to the table (2 tablespoons has 8 grams), heart-healthy monounsaturated fat, and vitamin E. It’s also versatile; you can swirl some into your oatmeal, whirrr some into a smoothie, or spread some on a whole wheat bagel. We’ll be gathering YOUR ideas too and sharing them through our various social channels.

Strawberry-Topped Peanut Butter Pancakes

Makes 5 Servings (about 14 pancakes)

We love the challenge that comes with developing new recipes families will love, but for some reason, we couldn’t agree on the final ingredients for this pancake post. As a result, we created two versions.  This recipe comes from Janice. She wanted some crunch and texture in her stack, so she added coarsely chopped peanuts to the batter.

  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 cup whole wheat flour
  • 1/4 cup roasted, unsalted peanuts, coarsely chopped
  • 2 tablespoons ground flaxseed or wheat germ
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 2 large eggs, beaten
  • 1/3 cup natural peanut butter
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 1-1/3 cups 1% lowfat milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 cup sliced strawberries (or more!)
  • Pure maple syrup, optional

1. Whisk together the all-purpose flour, whole wheat flour, peanuts, flaxseed, and baking powder in a large bowl.

2. In a separate bowl, whisk together the eggs, peanut butter, and honey until well blended. Whisk in the milk and vanilla. Pour the liquid ingredients over the dry ingredients and stir until just combined.

3. Lightly oil or coat a large nonstick skillet or griddle with nonstick cooking spray and heat over medium-high heat. Pour the batter onto the hot skillet using a 1/4-cup measuring cup, forming 4-inch pancakes.

4. Cook until bubbles begin to appear on the surface of the pancakes and the bottoms turn golden, about 3 minutes. Flip and cook until the other sides are golden, an additional 2 to 3 minutes. Repeat with the remaining cooking spray and batter. Top each stack of pancakes with strawberries and maple syrup as desired.

Nutrition Information per Serving (about 3 pancakes): 380 calories, 16g fat (3.5g saturated, 0.7g omega-3), 370mg sodium, 47g carbohydrate, 5g fiber, 15g protein, 50% vitamin C, 25% calcium, 15% iron

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Peanut Butter Banana Pancakes via MealMakeoverMoms.com/kitchen

 Peanut Butter Banana Pancakes

Peanut Butter Banana Pancakes

Makes 5 Servings (about 16 pancakes)

This recipe comes from the Liz, the other Meal Makeover Mom. It calls for one ripe and mashed banana, which adds natural sweetness to the pancakes and a lovely balance in flavor to the peanut butter. With two teenage boys at home who need a big breakfast that sticks to their ribs and holds them over until lunch, these pancakes have already been added to the morning rotation.

  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 cup whole wheat flour
  • 2 tablespoons ground flaxseed or wheat germ
  • 2 tablespoons mini semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 2 large eggs, beaten
  • 1/2 cup mashed banana (from 1 banana)
  • 1/4 cup natural peanut butter
  • 1½ cups 1% lowfat milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • Pure maple syrup, optional

1. Whisk together the all-purpose flour, whole wheat flour, flaxseed, chocolate chips, baking powder, and cinnamon in a large bowl.

2. In a separate bowl, whisk together the eggs, banana, and peanut butter until well blended. Whisk in the milk and vanilla. Pour the liquid ingredients over the dry ingredients and stir until just combined.

3. Lightly oil or coat a large nonstick skillet or griddle with nonstick cooking spray and heat over medium-high heat. Pour the batter onto the hot skillet using a 1/4-cup measuring cup, forming 4-inch pancakes.

4. Cook until bubbles begin to appear on the surface of the pancakes and the bottoms turn golden, about 3 minutes. Flip and cook until the other sides are golden, an additional 2 to 3 minutes. Repeat with the remaining cooking spray and batter. Serve with maple syrup as desired.

Nutrition Information per Serving (about 3 pancakes): 320 calories, 12g fat (3g saturated, 0.6g omega-3), 360mg sodium, 43g carbohydrate, 4g fiber, 13g protein, 25% calcium, 15% iron

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PS: Liz’s 16-year old son, Josh, ate six of these pancakes for breakfast yesterday … plus syrup, plus a cara cara orange, plus a glass of lowfat milk. You do the math!

GIVEAWAY NEWS: Thanks to our friends with the National Peanut Board, one lucky winner will receive the following cool gifts:
> A large Anolon Advanced nonstick double burner griddle (18″ by 10″), which is perfect for making pancakes, French toast, you name it.
> Three jars of peanut butter — JIF Extra Crunchy, Skippy Natural Creamy, and Peanut Butter & Co. Dark Chocolate Dreams.
> A National Peanut Board Spreader, Apron and Oven Mitt.

To Enter: Leave a comment here or on Facebook and tell us how you use peanut butter to enhance your morning meals. If you have a favorite muffin, quick bread, or scone recipe, etc. that calls for peanut butter, feel free to share it here on the blog.

We will enter you into the giveaway a second, third, and/or fourth time if you …

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Please be sure to leave us a new comment every time you do something extra, and GOOD LUCK! The giveaway ends on February 9th at noon, and we’ll be using Random.org to select our winner.

Disclosure: We have been hired by the National Peanut Board to assist with their breakfast campaign, but the thoughts and recipes shared this post are our own. The NPB is a sponsor of our blog and podcast.

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142 Responses to “Strawberry-Topped Peanut Butter Pancakes, Peanut Butter Banana Pancakes, and a Giveaway for an Anolon Griddle! {Giveaway is CLOSED}”

  1. Kristin says:

    I subscribe and like you on FB. Honestly, because I tend to have to rise at 5 for a lengthy commute, I treasure my cup of coffee and peanut butter on whole grain toast, with sliced banana. Perfect combo for me, and I can be truly devastated when we are out of bananas :)

  2. yumm!! love me some peanut buter

  3. Tara says:

    oh I LOVE PB! I add it to smoothies. I’d put it on anything, though, really. :)

  4. Tara says:

    I follow your RSS feed!

  5. Tara says:

    I like you on Facebook as well. (Tara Oliver)

  6. Love both recipes, but I’m partial to the banana chocolate chip version : ) My favorite thing to do with peanut butter is smear it on bananas….probably my favorite snack of all time! And PB is great in morning smoothies!

  7. gretchen says:

    i’d happily sit down to a plate of both of these stacks! peanut butter is a constant favorite in my house and a go-to way to sneak in some protein in the mornings… thanks for sharing!

  8. Janel says:

    Gorgeous photos ladies!

  9. Kara says:

    YUM! One of my favorite pancake combos is banana, choc chip, and walnuts. I’m totally sold on making a pb/banana version! Already thinking about this for breakfast tomorrow :)

  10. Wow, cinnamon, chocolate chips, mashed banana and peanut butter. How could you go wrong? Kids won’t notice the whole wheat and wheat germ when you have those other luscious goodies in there.

  11. Meme says:

    I eat a spoonful of peanut butter every single morning. Or I like it on toast

  12. GRAINCRAZY says:

    Love the combination. Thanks for sharing some great recipes. :)

  13. Lori Krasner says:

    A tablespoon of crunchy peanut butter on half of a multigrain english muffin, asprinkle of flax seed and banana….delicious and satisfying!

  14. Yum! This looks awesome, i love the combo of pb and strawberry. Lets be honest- is there anything that peanut butter doesn’t taste good with?

  15. Hallie says:

    I have an oatmeal banana peanut butter muffin recipe that I love. Tried to convert it to pancakes once and it did not go well.

  16. Julie says:

    We like to spread peanut butter on toasted english muffins for breakfast.

  17. Wow, these look incredible!
    I love to add peanut butter to my breakfast oats..or on my toast! I eat pb with breakfast most days! :)

  18. Oh yum! I love peanut butter any time, but always use it to top pancakes or toast. It keeps me full all morning!

  19. these looked so delicious i made them for breakfast this morning!

  20. Laurie says:

    Homemade whole-wheat toast smeared with peanut butter and drizzled with honey: good breakfast!

  21. Laurie says:

    I subscribe to your RSS

  22. Emma Stirling says:

    Hi Liz and Janice so great to see peanuts on the table. We traditionally are not as big eaters of PB in Australia, but I’m a huge fan and it’s fussy Master 7’s big protein source. I worry that many of our schools are nut free zones and a whole generation of kids are missing out on nuts. Breakfast is the perfect time to slip in a serve. Do you make your own PB?

  23. Jennifer says:

    Peanut butter to enhance my morning meals: We tops our pancakes, toast and english muffins with peanut butter. We have peanut butter smoothies for breakfast. Our house is a BIG fan of peanut putter.

  24. Jennifer says:

    I subscribe to your feed

  25. Jennifer says:

    I like you on facebook

  26. I love PB smear on top of pancakes, but never thought about adding it to the batter. I bet it’s delicious.

  27. I love both these recipes, and, no doubt, both my kids would too- they already eat a lot of food at 8 and 10-it’s scary to imagine how much they will eat at 16! My favorite way to eat peanut butter, besides straight from the spoon, is to dip a square of dark chocolate in it for an afternoon snack. Yum!

  28. Katie says:

    I have a peanut butter and banana muffin recipe that is perfect for breakfast.

  29. Katie says:

    I like you on Facebook.

  30. Like so many others, I love PB on almost anything. My hubbie loves it spread on wheat crackers. I add a tablespoon or two to my hot oatmeal cereal, as that is how I start my day on a cold winter morning. It not only adds flavor, but protein as well.

  31. SErena says:

    PB on toast is the go-to breakfast when time is the tightest at our house. Along w/ a glass of milk it’s so fast and simple and nutritious! Thanks for the 2 for 1 recipes!

  32. Peanut butter mixed into Greek yogurt is one of my favorite breakfast treats!

  33. I already like you on FB as my ETW page; I just liked you as my regular profile, too.

  34. dnewell says:

    I spread it on Dave’s Killer Bread. Amazing!

  35. Mindi says:

    Thanks for these!! I the peanut butter pancakes with crunchy peanut butter for breakfast on Saturday and my 3 year old loved them. We had the leftovers for breakfast this morning. He eats nothing but pancakes for breakfast so it’s always nice to find recipes with great ingredients. My husband is not a fan of peanut butter so wouldn’t even try them. Guess you can’t please everyone! I mentioned these on my menu planning blog post today!

  36. eatingRD says:

    I am a big fan of peanut butter and have it every day! So versatile you can use it for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert :) These pancakes look great! I will definitely have to try these.

  37. Stephanie says:

    I enjoy it on toasted whole grain english muffins.

  38. karen says:

    On toast with a squirt of honey. Not creative but nourishing and delicious.

  39. Kristin says:

    The pancakes look so tasty, I can’t wait to try them out!

    I love peanut butter, especially on a whole wheat bagel or stirred into my oatmeal with a little bit of my dad’s real maple syrup. Oh so tasty!

  40. Any recipe incorporating peanut butter is a winner in my book! I love topping my Kellogg’s Eggo FiberPlus(R) buttermilk waffles with bananas, but I think a little peanut butter might be just the thing to add for a little flavor blast. Thanks for the inspiration!

  41. Clara says:

    I was thinking there were a few too many tastes going on until I saw the pic. Now I’m wondering if I can wait to the weekend to make these. Might be tough.

  42. Adrianne says:

    I love peanut butter on toasted waffles or english muffins. It is also good to add to oatmeal.

  43. Adrianne says:

    I like you on Facebook

  44. Don’t forget it’s good for dinners too! If it wasn’t for the chocolate chips I probably wouldn’t ever think of eating these – but peanut butter and chocolate – I’ll try it!

  45. Julia says:

    We eat peanut butter “popsicles” sometimes. All it amounts to is a spoonful of peanut butter, but it looks like a popsicle when eaten off the spoon.

  46. Pam says:

    I listen to your podcast all the time, but this is the first time I’ve come to your blog. We love to eat peanut butter and honey on toasted bagels for breadfast. We also like to dip apples and bananas in peanut butter.

  47. Kim says:

    I love peanut butter on an English muffin!

  48. Susie says:

    Peanut butter on cinnamon raisin bagels – yum!

  49. Kristen says:

    My two kids both eat peanut butter and banana oatmeal EVERY morning. My daighters likes to add berries in hers also. I like to spread peanut butter on my homemade multi-grain bread every morning. Keeps me full until lunch time!

  50. Ruth says:

    I like to stir peanut butter into my oatmeal. It’s an easy way to add protein to oatmeal.

  51. Nicole says:

    Pretty simple. Peanut butter toast, along w/making PB sandwiches to pack for lunch! Easy, and quick.

  52. Amy says:

    Peanut butter on pancakes or waffles is a long time favorite of ours! We like dipping apples and celery in it for a snack!

  53. Robin says:

    I love PB2 Peanut Butter!! Have you ever heard of it? It’s a powdered peanut butter that you mix with water. It has 85 percent less fat and calories than most other peanut butters. I love to put it on whole wheat toast in the morning with Earth Balance spread. A great way to start my day!! Love your blog and podcasts!

  54. mars says:

    We add it to oatmeal and smoothies and spread it on ezekiel bread mmm

  55. Jennifer says:

    At my house peanut butter is used instead of butter on pancakes and waffles. I don’t even dare make either of them with peanut butter in the house and no one would touch them!

  56. Liz says:

    I think peanut butter stirred into oatmeal is delicious on a cold morning.

  57. Suzanne haiker says:

    Wow those look great! Peanut on almost anything! I like it with green apples too.

  58. Kelly G says:

    I love peanut butter on raisin toast

  59. Susan Auriemma says:

    Almond butter with baby spinach, sliced banana on Ezekeil bread is just delicious and so satisfying!

  60. Anne Marie says:

    We love your PB smoothie recipe. PB is also great on pancakes!

  61. Carrie Lawlor says:

    My kids and I love having peanut butter and a touch of honey on our whole wheat frozen waffles in the morning (almost every morning)! It’s a taste I’m glad they’ve picked up from me in place of plain old syrup. peanut butter in pancakes will be right up our alley!

  62. Anne @ Always Half Full says:

    I have been dying for a griddle like this! I don’t use peanut butter a lot at breakfast. I really like your recipes and will have to try them. Usually if we have PB at breakfast it’s on toast, a bagel, or rice cakes. It gives that punch of protein to feel satisfied and start our day right.

  63. Anne @ Always Half Full says:

    I like you on Facebook.

  64. Anne @ Always Half Full says:

    I am already an RSS subscriber.

  65. Katie says:

    I subscribe and like you on FB. I love to eat peanut butter and a banana before a long run when I’m training for a race. My 4 year old isn’t a big fan of breakfast food, but will eat a peanut butter sandwich (only with a star wars sandwich cutter!).

  66. KathyM says:

    My two kids had a peanut allergy and outgrew it, but they need to eat peanut butter at least 3 times a week or it will return. So one of the things we like to do is have peanut butter on mini bagels in the morning for breakfast.

  67. carolyn s says:

    I like to make baked peanut butter oatmeal for breakast

  68. carolyn s says:

    I liked you on FB

  69. carolyn s says:

    signed up for your RSS feed too :)

  70. Helana Hoover-Litty says:

    I have modified a banana bread recipe by substituting peanut butter for the oil, increasing the bananas to four, and increasing the baking powder. This is great toasted with a glass of milk for breakfast. The response has been great, even from those who do not “love” PB. We provide peanut butter on a regular basis at the food pantry where I volunteer and I am always looking for nutritious recipes the clients can try.

  71. Quinn says:

    Peanut butter on whole wheat toast! So good.

  72. Hollis says:

    toast a whole wheat Thomas’ English muffin, spread on some natural chunky peanut butter, and top with a big slice of a Honey Crisp apple…yum!!!!!

  73. Peanut butter toast! We love it around here.:-)

  74. I subscribe to the RSS feed.

  75. Dana Coughlin says:

    I like you on facebook

  76. Dana Coughlin says:

    I have peanut butter on gluten free toast almost every morning.

  77. Dana Coughlin says:

    I subscribe to your email newsletter

  78. Kristine says:

    Whole wheat toast with peanut butter, a drizzle of honey and dash of cinnamon! That’s my fave breakfast but I also love apples and pb as a snack, delicious!

  79. Carrie Lawlor says:

    I liked you on FB.

  80. Tanya OConnor says:

    I love to put peanut butter in my bowl of steel cut oats in the morning. I then toss in some dried fruit for “pbj” oats.

  81. Tanya OConnor says:

    I like you on Facebook!

  82. love peanut butter on waffles in the morning. YUM! thank you

  83. i subscribe via email. thank you

  84. Gina says:

    Unfortunately, we can’t have PB in the house because my son is severely allergic. But I used to like PB on English Muffins as an easy out-the-door breakfast years ago!

  85. Gina says:

    I’m subscribed via email.

  86. Martha Anne Singer says:

    I use peanut butter in my homemade granola/cereal bars. We found that we were spending a ton of money on store bought cereal bars, plus they were giving my husband a bit of gas, so we started making out own. Delicious!! The peanut butter, along with the almond and oatmeal, makes for a fabulous start to the day. I will also offer peanut butter and Jelly sandwiches on whole wheat toast to my kids for breakfast. Or toast with peanut butter.

  87. Martha Anne Singer says:

    Forgot to add that I’m subscribed via email and love your cookbooks!

  88. michelle cefalu says:

    We like to enhance our breakfasts by adding Peanut Butter on a bagel. It tastes delicious and the kids love it!

  89. cindy tabing says:

    my husband loves penut butter added to his maple flavored oatmeal for breakfast

  90. lois huber says:

    I like peanut butter on whole grain or whole wheat bread and I top it with a slice of onion.

  91. lois huber says:

    I like peanut butter on whole grain or whole wheat bread and I top it with a slice of onion.

  92. I like you on facebook now, always thought I did but now I really do

  93. I left a post on your facebook page, love peanut muffins with homemade strawberry jam as a spread.

  94. Love peanut muffins with homemade strawberry jam as a spread.

  95. I shared this offer on my facebook page!

  96. Stacie says:

    Peanut Butter & Honey on toast :)

  97. Michael Bird says:

    Peanut butter added to oatmeal is a healthy way to start your day.

  98. Maureen McCarthy says:

    My daughter is mad for peanut butter. She goes to a “nut free” school, but on non school days she loves peanut butter granola made in the crock pot. Here’s the recipe: http://fix-itandforget-it.com/blog/2011/01/26/peanut-butter-granola/

    My sister loved it so much she said I should sell it at the local Farmer’s Market!

  99. Jill F. says:

    I actually love peanut butter on pancakes, so this is the idea prize for me! I also eat peanut butter on a whole wheat English muffin, as does my middle schooler – it is one of the breakfasts I feel best about her eating.

  100. Julie says:

    We love peanut butter smeared on bananas! But because I’m diabetic, I count on PBS to give me that extra protein punch: I have it on toast for a quick breakfast and , hey if I’m desperate, pb on celery is to die for!!

  101. Julie says:

    …and I liked you on fb!

  102. Jennifer says:

    We had Liz’s pancakes for breakfast Saturday morning. They were a HUGE hit with my 21 month old and husband, who is a pancake hater. I really enjoyed them because they kept me fully and energized. I also like the fact that they are good for you.

  103. Lisa Williams says:

    I make muffins with peanut butter, chocolate chips, bananas, and honey they are perfect for a Sunday morning breakfast treat!

  104. Anne Marie says:

    Subscribed to the RSS

  105. Kathleen says:

    I enjoy peanut butter and banana smoothies for a quick, portable breakfast. I whiz together a frozen banana, a couple of tablespoons of peanut butter, a cup of lowfat vanilla yogurt and a handful of ice cubes. Fast and yummy!

  106. dawn says:

    I love using peanut butter in either my oatmeal or on top of my toast. Just simple uses.. Nothing fancy… Occasionally I will use it in a protein smoothie…

  107. Leah says:

    Nothing beats peanut butter on the heel of a loaf of english muffin toast bread!

  108. Becky says:

    My 4YO daughter just LOVES peanut butter, so I mix it with Nutella to give it a chocolatey twist for her toast in the morning or as a dip for apples..yummy! Of course, she would just eat it out of the jar if I let her! ;)

  109. SarahT says:

    I love peanut butter for breakfast! It gives my toast or even bowl of oatmeal some protein staying power. My son eats PB toast for breakfast most every day.

  110. SarahT says:

    I have liked you on facebook as well.

  111. anne says:

    I only use the REAL peanut butter for my peanut-fix! I love to put it on my breakfast whole-wheat-cinnamon-bagel along with REAL honey from a bee farm. This is a great along with my frozen fruit smoothie consisting of a banana, 1/4 c yogurt, 1/4 orange juice and enough frozen fruit to get the right consistency.

    I eat this all year round so I always have REAL pbutter in my frig!

  112. Jen Casino says:

    I love PB on whole grain toast in the morning and my kids love dipping Trader Joe animal crackers in some PB for a quick and nutritious breakfast.

  113. LisaS says:

    OMG…peanut butter on whole wheat waffles with sliced bananas on top. Yum!

  114. Jennifer says:

    I love peanut butter mixed in oatmeal!

  115. Mary says:

    Peanut butter on whole wheat toast w/sliced
    Bananas on top. My go to pre-run breakfast

  116. Arlene White says:

    My husband has turned all our grandsons onto peanut butter as their pancake and waffle spread, even though their parents disapprove. Interestingly, our granddaughters want nothing to do with it, but the boys are almost fanatical about it.

  117. Jody Hinkleman says:

    I like to mix peanut butter into my oatmeal. Yummy!

  118. Molly says:

    I mix peanut butter into oatmeal or oatmeal cakes. My kids also love it in mini pitas with bananas.

  119. SamanthaR says:

    We make PB and waffle sandwiches.

  120. KristyF says:

    My daughter and I love peanut butter and banana smoothies for breakfast. Take peanut butter, almond milk some ice and banana. Delicious. Also love peanut butter on whole wheat toast with honey!

  121. Lynne says:

    I’m kind of embarrassed to tell you this after reading all of the great recipes….but we add the nutrition of peanut butter by spreading it between two waffles or two pancakes to make a sandwich. It can also be eaten in the car, not something you can do when syrup is involved!

  122. KathyB says:

    Spead crunchy peanut butter on a flour tortilla, peel a banana and place on tortilla and roll up tortilla around the banana for a great breakfast on the go!

  123. Teresa says:

    I LOVE peanut butter. Added to a smoothie, on whole grain toast, on pancakes, mixed into oatmeal. All delicious!!

  124. dnewell says:

    pnut butter on whole wheat english muffin is my fav…

  125. Stacey says:

    We love PB mixed with applesauce and honey. We dip pretty much anything (love carrots) into it. Yum!

  126. Beth Henry says:

    I love to stir a tablespoon of peanut butter in vanilla yogurt. Eat it plain or add fruit; (bananas and strawberries are my favorite addition).

  127. Beth Henry says:

    I love to stir a tablespoon of peanut butter in vanilla yogurt. Eat it plain or add fruit; (bananas and strawberries are my favorite addition).

  128. Meghan Finley says:

    We love ants on a log for breakfast!

  129. Get so excited when I see my friend’s recipe on Smart Brief! So cool.

  130. Erica says:

    can’t wait to try these with my baby girl!

  131. Diana says:

    Cant wait to try this looks good

  132. marilisa February 11 says:

    cant wait to try this with my kids

  133. Tonya says:

    Going to try this with my family! Sounds yummy!

  134. Sara says:

    Seems so yummy!! I have another recipe
    2 cups flour
    2 cups milk
    1 ts baking powder
    1 ts vanilla
    1 cup sugar
    Mix them all bake pancakes and put some banana and strawberries !!

  135. April says:

    We love peanut butter at our house! Can’t wait to try it!

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