Peach cobbler pancakes are a great excuse to combine breakfast and dessert into a yummy plate of awesome!
Sometimes you’re forced to get creative. One morning the kids wanted pancakes — easy enough, right? Normally, yes. I make pancakes all the time, for breakfast and dinner.
However, on that particular day, we were missing a critical component: Syrup.
What to do, what to do…
Time to get food crafty, that’s what. Fruit syrups aren’t difficult to make. All it takes is a stone fruit or berries, water, and either sugar or a scoop of preserves, and a little time on the stove. It kind of reminds me of the syrups that used to line the tables at IHOP, in everything from strawberry to blueberry.
Except, homemade and so, so, so much yummier.
In this case, it was summertime and what I had on hand were fresh peaches. If fresh peaches aren’t available—either because you can’t find them, or because they’re not in season—frozen peaches will work just fine. Try substituting other stone fruits or berries for the peaches. Topping the pancakes off with whipped cream would be delicious!
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Try substituting other stone fruits or berries for the peaches. Topping the pancakes off with whipped cream would be delicious!