The addition of two simple ingredients, almond and butterscotch chips make these crowd pleasing pancakes taste like warm sugar cookies.
Pancakes are one of our favorite foods. Saturday’s leisurely breakfast usually always includes pancakes. Pancakes even make a delicious option for Breakfast for Dinner. Does your family ever have breakfast for dinner? It’s a great way to shake things up when you need a quick, fun and crowd pleasing evening meal!
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Some of our favorite family recipes come from my friend Carolyn. She shared these “secret ingredients” with us and these pancakes became a favorite.
Chocolate chips, mini M&Ms and blueberry are frequent favorite pancake ingredients at our house. And now butterscotch almond are always requested too.
Adding butterscotch chips to our Pancake mix…
… and a few dashes of Almond extract make these pancakes taste like a sugar cookie.
Some day I want a new stove with a griddle on top, but for now I use an electric griddle to make lots of pancakes at once.
The first time my youngest tasted these butterscotch almond pancakes he said, “these are life changing!”
Our affection for pancakes, my love for vintage finds and our log cabin home make collecting old log cabin syrup containers a fun treasure hunt!
I knew instantly my family would love this butterscotch almond recipe because butterscotch malts are their absolute favorite milkshakes. What are your family’s favorite kind of pancakes?
Rebecca Payne says
I love the vintage Log Cabin containers
aren’t they awesome?! Thank you!
What a fun post. the syrup containers are so cute and so vintage and just perfect for your space. You look beautiful as well. I hope you have an amazing Easter Sweet friend!
Thank you so much, you are too kind! Hope you had a lovely Easter as well!
These look delicious! My mouth is watering just looking at them. Pinned for later – yum!
They are so yummy, you won’t regret making them! Hope you have a wonderful evening!
Thelma Day says
I love your log cabin maple syrup containers.I LIVE IN MAPLE SYRUP country, QUEBEC, CANADA. Your pancakes look delicious also.
Thank you so much!
They look good!Happy Pink Sayurday!