Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Holiday Breakfast Pancakes with Nordic Ware Baking Pan #MadeinUSA #Holidaybakeware

* I received Nordic Ware products to review and share a recipe. All opinions shared are my own.



Breakfast is one of my favorite meals during the holidays. We make pancakes, french toast, eggs, bacon and all the tradition breakfast fixings. Waking up to a warm meal and a good cup of coffee is a great way to start the day when it is cold outside. This year I have step things up a notch by making pancakes in a Nordic Ware Mini Bundt Tea Cakes and Candies pan. I mixed up a basic recipe for pancakes and poured the mixture into the cake pan. The pan can be used for candies and cakes but I thought it would make perfect pancakes. They turned out delicious and golden. Be sure to put oil and a dash of flour on the pan before pouring in mixture to ensure them coming out easily. Pop them in the oven at 350 for 15-20 min and top with any syrup you enjoy.



Since I was making several servings of pancakes I allowed them to cool on a cookie sheet while the others baked. Next time I make these I plan to put precooked bacon inside and sprinkle cheese on top after baked for a more savory version of holiday pancakes. I attempted to make pumpkin fudge in the pan to have cute candies but I overcooked my fudge and ruined it. I will definitely try fudge or another candy in them to take to work for the holidays. I can think of so many recipes I already have that would be 10 times more fun in the Nordic Ware pan.



Product info for the Bundt Tea Cakes and Candies Pan
  • Part of Cast Aluminum Bakeware series
  • Provides superior baking performance and beautiful detailed results
  • Non stick coating results in easy release and cleanup
  • Heirloom quality, durability, and lifetime warranty
  •  Unique miniature  versions of our Bundt shapes perfect for chocolate candies or mini tea cakes


Pancakes with Pumpkin Spice Syrup


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Laura
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