Thin Mint Pancakes
It's dessert and breakfast. Together in one.
March 1st is National Pancake Day (celebrated at IHOP with a free pancake/fundraiser). Next week is Shrove Tuesday or Fat Tuesday and you can make pancakes again. This was done to empty the kitchen of eggs, sugar and cream before Lent.
My friend's daughters were selling Girl Scout cookies. I helped them out by selling 22 boxes to my co-workers...and I bought 31% of said 22 box order! So, I'll be making some Thin Mint inspired goodies. In the past I've made Thin Mint Cupcakes, Thin Mint Brownies and Thin Mint Tart Crust...we'll see what else I can make!
I recently purchased the Cultured Buttermilk Blend product by Saco. Have you tried it? Can't figure out if I like it or not...I guess I need to make recipes with and without the real buttermilk and compare.
Buttermilk Pancakes4 T (1/4 cup) Saco dried buttermilk blend
1 c flour
1 T sugar
1 t baking powder
1/2 t baking soda
1/4 t salt
1 cup water
2 T vegetable oil
10 Girl Scouts Thin Mint cookies, crushed or cut into small pieces
Mix together the dry ingredients, including Thin Mints, in a bowl. Mix together the egg, water and oil in a measuring cup. Mix together just until mixture is smooth; don't overmix. Drop onto a hot, greased pan and cook until the top is full of tiny bubbles. Turn and brown other side.