Maple-Bacon Pancakes

Maple-Bacon Pancakes created by Chief Scullery Engi

An all-in-one breakfast! From the June edition of Martha Stewart Living...

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  • Cook bacon until crisp. Drain on paper towels, then break into 1" pieces. Reserve drippings and wipe out skillet.
  • Preheat oven to 200 degrees. Whisk together flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt in a medium bowl. Whisk together buttermilk, syrup, eggs and butter. Add to flour mixture and whisk until just combined (batter will have lumps).
  • Heat 1 teaspoon drippings in skillet over medium-low heat. For each pancake, arrange some of the bacon pieces in a circle in skillet. Slowly pour 1/3 cup batter over bacon, starting in center and moving outward in a swirling motion to prevent bacon from shifting. Cook until small bubbles form on surface. Flip, and cook until golden brown. Transfer finished pancakes to a baking sheet and keep warm in oven. Repeat with remaining ingredients. Serve with syrup.
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  1. Chief Scullery Engi
    Maple-Bacon Pancakes Created by Chief Scullery Engi
  2. Chief Scullery Engi
    I've followed at least a dozen different pancakes on this site, and this is the first time my wife said "wow!". My reading comprehension wasn't very good, so I missed a few key concepts: Wipe the pan between cooking the bacon and the pancakes (the first 5-6 pancakes were rejects). Mix the dry ingredients before the wet.
  3. Cindi Bauer
    When I made these pancakes, I used a whole pound of bacon, and I subbed a 1/2 teaspoon of regular table salt for the teaspoon of coarse salt. I didn't use the oven to keep the pancakes warm, just ate them as I made them, plus I omitted using the bacon drippings all together. I added a teaspoon of Canola oil to the skillet each time I made a pancake. I found it took more than 10 minutes to use up and cook the entire amount of pancake batter. I can't say if this exactly made 4 servings, but I did get about 20 pancakes. These pancakes were very good, and I would make them again; especially for my oldest daughter Wendy, whose a "real" bacon lover! Thank-you Meredith for sharing this recipe. It's a keeper!!
  4. Cindi Bauer
    When I made these pancakes, I used a whole pound of bacon, and I subbed a 1/2 teaspoon of regular table salt for the teaspoon of coarse salt. I didn't use the oven to keep the pancakes warm, just ate them as I made them, plus I omitted using the bacon drippings all together. I added a teaspoon of Canola oil to the skillet each time I made a pancake. I found it took more than 10 minutes to use up and cook the entire amount of pancake batter. I can't say if this exactly made 4 servings, but I did get about 20 pancakes. These pancakes were very good, and I would make them again; especially for my oldest daughter Wendy, whose a "real" bacon lover! Thank-you Meredith for sharing this recipe. It's a keeper!!
  5. Cindi Bauer
    Maple-Bacon Pancakes Created by Cindi Bauer
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