Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Savory Pancake - One Bite Breakfast

A savory pancake caught our eye one evening as my husband and I were watching the Travel network. The pancake had sausage or bacon cooked into it and was topped off with maple syrup and an egg sunny side up...we definitely recreated this one bite breakfast the next morning!

This may sound unappetizing to some...but I promise it is GOOD STUFF!

One Bite Breakfast (Serves: It's up to you!)

- Prepared pancake batter ( Use a premixed or your favorite homemade recipe)
- 1 egg/per person
- 3-4 sausages/per person, chopped ( I used Applegate Organic Chicken Maple Sausage)
- Maple syrup
- Oil (Whichever you prefer)
  1. Heat up your precooked sausage, chop into pieces and set aside.
  2. Make your eggs, sunny side up or over easy to place on top of your pancake when finished.
  3. Create a slightly thicker batter for this pancake so it can hold the sausage and egg.
  4. Once your pan is heated to medium/medium low, add about 1/2-1tbsp of coconut oil and place your batter into the pan. (I use oil because that is how my dad, who used to own a diner, makes fantastic fluffy pancakes that have a slight crisp on the outside. They really are perfect...)
  5. Add your sausage onto the uncooked batter. When you notice it's time to flip, use a big spatula and flip your hearty pancake over to finish cooking. Add some oil down for this side as well. 
  6. Once it's ready, plate it with an egg on top and a light drizzle of maple syrup!
  7. Take a bite and indulge in this sweet and savory breakfast pancake in all of its glory! :)
I know this recipe is a little vague, but if you have questions on any of the steps just let me know!

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