Grilled Tex-Mex Quinoa Stuffed Sweet Potatoes Skins
Sometimes I do thoughtless things.
Things like forgetting to put the cream on the Bourbon Peaches and CREAM pancakes.
Sometimes I am just so excited about a recipe. So excited in fact, that I forget to actually add the ingredients that make up the recipe. I am not even talking little things like maybe a final drizzle of chocolate or a sprinkle of basil. No, I am talking big things. Things that are in the darn title of the recipe.
Things that make the recipe good.
Yes, I forgot to add the final dollop of whipped cream to the top of this stack. I got through the whole set of photos and then cut into the stack and it hit me.
I forgot the whipped cream.
The final dollop of whipped cream.
The whipped cream that ties the whole dish together.
Not gonna lie, I was so annoyed.
One, I loved the photos I had taken.
Two, I only made half the recipe since it was only me and I was leaving in a couple of days for South Carolina. Meaning I had just cut into my only stack. There would be no more taking any photos of this stack.
Three, the sun was setting and I was out of light for the day.
Oh and yes, if you are wondering I made pancakes at 7:00pm that day.
It was pretty darn awesome. Seriously, you can’t beat breakfast for dinner.
Obviously the next morning I got up and made these all over again. These pancakes are just too good to not show you them the proper way.
Bourbon peaches, coconut cream and bourbon cream syrup.
I am declaring them summer’s favorite pancake. I know I probably do not have that kind of authority, but really you can’t beat peaches and cream. Especially when it is bourbon peaches and coconut cream!
Match made in sweet fruit heaven.
First of all, I could eat the caramelized bourbon peaches all day. Really I could probably just keep spooning them into my mouth morning and night. They are incredible. But then there is the fluffy cream pancakes.
So darn fluffy it is insane. I chose to use coconut cream which I am hearing you can actually buy in the store already separated from the coconut water? Personally I still prefer to buy just the regular canned coconut milk since I love using the coconut water I get from the can. Anyway, I know some of you guys are not all that into coconut and man if that’s the case I am so sorry. I just cannot stop the coconut recipes. They are too good!
If coconut is not your thing you can easily swap in regular cream and whipped cream. Still awesome.
Okay and the bourbon syrup?
Well I mean come on. That really needs no explanation. It is sweet, sticky, slightly bourbonie and when it hits those caramelized peaches, coconut whipped cream and fluffy pancakes, whoa – it is honestly one of the greatest tastes ever. Honestly not even exaggerating.
When I talk food, I don’t mess around.
Alright, fine. Sometimes I can get a little over zealous with the exclamation marks, but I have tried to tame those lately. Ugh. I am so embarrassing, I get way too excited when I talk food.
FYI if you start a conversion with me don’t let me start talking about food and blogging. I get wordy and could go on forever.
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When (let’s be honest) I know all you want is for me to shut my trap and serve some pancakes!
This looks like an amazing recipe! I have a question:
Do you think, there will be any benefit to letting the pancake batter sit for a while?
I always let my pancake batter the night before and then refrigerate it. It always makes the pancakes so much fluffier.
Do you think this would be the case with your receipe even though it does not call for buttermilk?
I would love to know what you think 🙂
I normally do let my batter sit for 10 to 15 minutes, but have never done over night. I bet those turn out to be some seriously fluffy pancakes! These are already pretty fluffy, but I do not think it would hurt to let the batter sit overnight.
Hope you love these and let me know what you do!
I will definitely let you know how they turn out.
By the way…I have NEVER in my 37 years seen so many incredible recipes amassed in 1 spot. I am very serious about that.
Incredible body of work!
Keep it up!
These look fantastic! Can’t wait to try. 😛 And thank you, thank you, thank you for including a “print” button!! The only thing that would make it better is the ability to print w/a picture (yes even sans final whipped cream dollop 😉 …the pics are awesome and make my mouth water!) But I appreciate you making it easy to print the recipe so we can actually (easily) MAKE it. 🙂 It seems so few recipe sites do that these days; they seem to want to make it as hard as possible to print the recipe and/or save it to our computer (so we can later print it). So thanks again! 🙂
Thank Cheryl!! Hope you love these!
I love pancakes for dinner! Love this recipe…pinning!
Me too! Thank you, Gloria!