When I make a recipe that everyone not only eats, but argues over who gets the last one, I know that I have a winner. My entire family loved these. I did make a double batch of the pancake mixture but left everything else a single batch and I still have cinnamon filling leftover. The only thing I found was that I needed to wipe the pan between batches to keep the pancake looking 'pretty'. These are very easy to make with excellent results. Thanks for posting the recipe.
These were ok but I will change things next time I make them: less butter in the brown sugar & cinnamon topping (at least 3 Tbl less). A little more milk in cream cheese frosting. Scrape griddle well between batches so new pancakes don't have burnt brown sugar. Make much smaller pancakes than recipe suggests.
I too found this recipe on recipegirl's website and made them this weekend. A BIG YUMMO to this one!! What a treat indeed. All in my family loved it. I found that I had to add a little milk to the "frosting" in order to reach the desired syrup consistency.
Yummy! These pancakes really do taste and look like cinnamon rolls. I used my ice cream scoop to measure out the pancake batter onto the griddle and got 7 pancakes. I took Cilantro's advice and cut the cinnamon filling in half and will likely reduce further next time as we had a lot left over. Cilantro's suggestion of wiping your pan/griddle between batches is a good one...not just to keep the pancakes pretty but to keep the taste of burnt sugar off your next batch of pancakes. This recipe is a keeper...thanks for posting!
WOW these are fabulous, what a great company breakfast
I also found this recipe on recipegirls website. I agree with the above suggestion to wipe the pan between pancakes and I personally would 1/2 the glaze(( but not the cinnamon filling!) I also cheated and used up the last of a boxed pancake mix. Thanks for posting this yummy and decadent new family favorite!