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Bacon in pancakes? YES!! We saw the recipe for Lady Behind the Curtain's Buffet Pancake Dippers and just had to try our own version! Combining your two favorite breakfast foods—bacon and pancakes—into one portable meal is an easy way to feed a crowd and the kiddos.

  1. 1 Step 1

    Whip Up the Batter

    Make the buttermilk pancake recipe according to recipe directions.

  2. 2 Step 2

    Put Batter into Squeeze Bottle

    Pour the pancake batter into a squeeze bottle, and widen the hole with scissors just a enough for the batter to pour out more easily.

  3. 3 Step 3

    Cook the Bacon

    Cook bacon according to package directions.

  4. 4 Step 4

    Form the Pancake Dippers

    “Draw” the pancake batter in a long oval shape onto the griddle, a tiny bit bigger than your cooked bacon slices (it will expand, so be careful not to make them too large). Place a slice of cooked bacon in the center of each pancake, and gently press bacon into the batter. Squirt more batter on top of each bacon slice, in a zig-zag pattern, so that you don’t end up overcooking the bacon when it touches the griddle.

  5. 5 Step 5

    Lightly Brown and Flip

    Cook each dipper until the batter bubbles up and then flip until golden brown.

  6. 6 Step 6

    Serve with Syrup for Dipping

    Serve the bacon pancake dippers with your favorite syrup and eat while hot.

Bacon Pancake Dippers

Bacon Pancake Dippers

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Make the Fluffy Buttermilk Pancake Batter according to directions.
  2. Pour the batter into a squeeze bottle with a big enough hole for the batter to pour from, and cut the tip a little bigger so it’s easier to pour.
  3. Spray griddle with cooking spray and spray to medium heat, about 300 degrees F.
  4. “Draw” the pancake batter in a long oval shape onto the griddle, a tiny bit bigger than your cooked bacon slices—it will expand, so be careful not to make them too large. Place a slice of cooked bacon in the center of each pancake, and gently press bacon into the batter.
  5. Squirt more batter on top of each bacon slice, in a zig-zag pattern, so that you don’t end up overcooking the bacon when it touches the griddle.
  6. Cook until the batter bubbles up then flip until golden brown.
  7. Serve hot with syrup and butter.