Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Presley's perfect pancakes


Thank God for sites like Tastespotting and Foodgawker - if it weren't for them I would have completely missed Shrove Tuesday or otherwise known to some as Pancake Day.

Now I generally make pancakes fairly regularly, most often drenched in maple syrup with some sliced bananas or berries on top. However, for pancake day I wanted to make some a little more special.

A favourite snack of mine is sliced banana slathered with gooey peanut butter eaten with toothpicks; it satisfies my sweet tooth and is surprisingly filling. I have made Elvis Presley's favourite fried peanut butter and banana sandwiches before (my God they are sinfully divine) but never Presley pancakes - how can they not be great?


ease: 5/5.
prep time:
8mins.
cooking time: 7mins for 3 batches of 3.
total: 15mins.

taste: 3.75/5 (my husband and brother made me add the extra .25). The only thing they thought brought down the score is too much peanut butter. I used about 2tbs between the 9 pancakes - so I would recommend a maximum half a tablespoon for each three tier stack. I added 1tbs lemon juice to the milk as I didn't have any buttermilk. They were quite sweet as you would expect with lovely caramelised bananas and melted salty peanut butter. The maple syrup is a must as it helps to unstick the unctuous peanut butter from the roof of you mouth.

would I make it again: Yes
- with less PB.

recipe: http://asoutherngrace.blogspot.com/2008/08/i-want-you-i-need-you-i-love-you.html

3 comments:

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  2. this looks awesome, your photography definitely contributes to how heavy my drool bucket has become. i like to make pancakes with sliced caramalised apple and pear slices!

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