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Monday, January 9, 2012

Fluffernutter Pancakes

Pancakes are one of my favorite go to meals....for breakfast or dinner.  My kids love them any time of day.  But I get bored serving the same old normal pancakes.  So every once in a while, I throw in something different.  Like these:  Fluffernutter pancakes: peanut butter pancakes with a marshmallow fluff sauce.  Oh how my kids' dentists love me!
These have got to be the easiest pancakes ever.  Three ingredients plus water.  Yup, these are convenience all the way.  Of course, you could use a basic homemade recipe for the pancakes.   Just add the peanut butter with the wet ingredients.  The results should be the same.  It's like a subtle(?) peanut butter and marshmallow fluff sandwich: the Fluffernutter.

Fluffernutter Pancakes: (from krusteaz.com and Cooking for Isaiah)
3 cups add-water pancake mix (like Krusteaz)
2 cups water
9 Tbsp creamy peanut butter
1 small jar marshmallow fluff
2 Tbsp boiling water
Combine the pancake mix, water and peanut butter.  Add a little more water if the batter is too thick.  Cook pancakes on a greased griddle.  Combine the fluff and boiling water in a bowl, stirring until smooth.  Spoon over the cooked pancakes.

***Note: if the marshmallow sauce is too much for you, these are great with a little jam instead.
What's cooking in your kitchen this week?




36 comments:

Aarthi said...

They look delicious..Mouthwatering..Bookmarked

Aarthi
http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

Roxana GreenGirl {A little bit of everything} said...

We're breakfast for dinner lovers and the idea of pancakes for dinner sounds so good!
Have a wonderful Monday Kristen

CrazyNutsMom said...

These look delicious and I'm sure my daughters dentist would thank you since she is a cavity groupie. So we would probably do whip cream on them, yum!

I think putting peanut butter in them is a great way for them to get some protein, and have a variety!

I'm visiting from Voicebok.

Regina
www.thecrazynutsmom.com

Tina said...

The marshmallow peanut butter combo is a great one. However, to find that you can get these flavors together in a pancake makes it all the better. Seeing that on the breakfast table would insure that the day is off to a good start-yum!

Joanne said...

I love having pancakes-for-dinner and finding new variations on them...especially ones that involve peanut butter...and especially ESPECIALLY ones that involve fluff! Holy yum!

Spilled Milkshake said...

Ohmygoodness....this looks amazing! I cannot wait to try this. My oldest is a huge peanut butter and marshmallow fan - next time he comes home, I am making these for him =)

Congrats on being a vB featured member!!

Inspired by eRecipeCards said...

needs a sprinkle of nutmeg or cinnamon just for some color on the white, but when I don;t care about calories again (sigh) these will be on my list!

Dave

Miz Helen said...

Oh my what a special pancake treat, they look delicious. I am sharing my Chicken and Dumplings today. Thanks for hosting and have a wonderful week!
Miz Helen

Kate said...

I don't know about the marshmallow cream....but with bananas on top?!? Oh yes! Bananas and peanut butter...a favorite combo!

Anita Stafford said...

I have shared Potato Soup and Triple A Muffins. Those are amazing pancakes, bet your kids love them!! Thank you for hosting!

Robyn said...

I am having problems linking up this morning.

Here is my recipe for the blog hop:

http://theranchwifechronicles.com/morning-muffins/

Hubby likes PB on his pancakes. Fluffernutter might be rihgt up his alley.

Grandma Bonnie said...

Wow, I am sure my grandchildren will love these. Stopping by from featured members (VB)

Jessica said...

Join us in the Cultured Foods 2012 challenge! Here is a yummy recipe to get us started. Thanks for hosting!

http://naturallivingsocal.blogspot.com/2012/01/cultured-food-challenge-2012.html

KG Style said...

Congrats on being the featured member! I love this recipe. Can't wait to try it. It sounds so delicious!

Maggie said...

Holy yumminess! Yes, I can imagine any kid would eat the heck out of these pancakes...and any adult for that matter. Beautiful presentation too!

Lark (SparkyLarky)@ Lark's Country Heart said...

I have never heard of these before!
And now I really want to make them...no REALLY!

Courtney Baxtron said...

I love fluffernutter sandwiches so this is perfect…great recipe!

Congrats on being featured on VB!

Cathy W said...

Mmmmm....peanut butter and marshmallow...on pancakes? Holy cow! :) Great combo!

The Pepperrific Life said...

That looks really yummy! My daughter is a huge fan of pancakes!

Congrats on being a featured vB member this week :)

Ann said...

YUM! That is a delicious, sweet treat! My favorite way to have pancakes is with peanut butter and maple syrup! ...but I'd eat this!

wok with ray said...

Love pancake that has all the goodies like peanut butter, and marshmallows. You picture is making me hungry.

Tiffanee said...

Brilliant! These look delicious!!

Standing for Something said...

Congrats on being featured this week on VB. New to your site....can't wait to check the rest out. :)

Angie's Recipes said...

Fluffernutter...I love the name and they look very tasty too.

Gloria said...

Look amazing:) I add my link waht I baked this week:)

Claudia said...

Oh my Kristen - when you say you don't want to serve the same old boring pancakes - you were singing it - who wouldn't gobble these up?

Katerina said...

The equivalent to pancakes in Greece is tiganites and I make them very often. I don't think I can find this particular mix here but for all it's worth your pancakes made me drool!

Rebecka Evans said...

Congratulations on being featured member at voiceBoks! I've linked my favorite pancake recipe...Chocolate Chip Pancakes with Feta Cheese...YUM! I know my kids will enjoy your fluffernutter pancakes. They are fluffernutter crazy!

Lizzy Do said...

Just yesterday I asked my hubby if I could put a pureed banana into the next batch of pancakes, and he looked at me like I'd lost my mind! Think we'll have to stick with plain pancakes, but I know I'd have some takers for the marshmallow topping....mmmmmmm.

Katherine Martinelli said...

Such fun pancakes! Definitely a great way to switch things up :-)

Dara said...

Yum yum! I looove Fluff and pancakes. I actually live in the birthplace of fluff and we have a fluff festival every year!

April @ The 21st Century Housewife said...

I can't decide which I'd like better - the fluffernutter pancakes with the marshmallow or with jam! They look amazing - what a treat! I've shared my Beef and Beer stew today - thank you so much for hosting!

Bizzy B. Bakes said...

Kristen, this is unbelievable. I do have a suggestion. What about some chocolate chips? How decadent can one get?

Nami | Just One Cookbook said...

Never thought of marshmallow as toppings or even peanut butter in the pancakes! You are so creative! I'm going to make these for snack today. We bought big marshmallow bag the other day and I need to use some of it before they ask for more and more. Make sure to brush teeth afterwards so our dentists won't give us lecture. =)

Kim Bee said...

I hate breakfast but I'd push my gramma out of the way for this.

The Harried Cook said...

Oh my word... this is such a creative recipe... I was thinking my kid would like it, but now I'm thinking I'd probably end up eating a lot more than her! So yummy! :)

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