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I am so pumped about today’s recipe. The holiday season is my favorite because it allows for loads of opportunities to entertain guests and create stunning table displays. But it’s really all about the food. (wink)
Holiday food is the best best best. I am one of breakfast and brunch’s biggest fans and this buttermilk pecan pie recipe is where it’s at this holiday season. I believe I did breakfast proud with this one. These are seriously the most delicious pancakes I have ever had. The best part? They are super easy to create! Grab the recipe details below.
From here on out you’ll spot holiday recipes, entertaining tips, holiday inspired table displays and such. Tis’ the season, friends! This pancake pecan pie drizzle is centered around Christmas, but it would be fantastic to have Thanksgiving morning too.
Christmas breakfast is a BIG deal with my family. Every other year we travel for Christmas and we still make sure to have an elaborate breakfast regardless of where we might be. I can not wait to serve this breakfast to my family this year.
Remember how I mentioned this recipe is super easy to create? I didn’t lie. Aunt Jemima Buttermilk complete mix (32oz) starts this recipe process. Yep, these delicious must-have pancakes are Aunt Jemima Buttermilk- yum! Gotta love that homemade taste. Be sure to grab the other ingredients listed below before heading out to your local Walmart.
This photo is my favorite. I’m tossing pecans like a pro.
Whip up this holiday pancake recipe and toss a few extra pecans on top of your stacks. It’s required.
4 tbsp butter (softened)
½ cup dark corn syrup
½ cup Aunt Jemima original syrup
1 tsp vanilla extract
3 tbsp sugar
½ cup of chopped pecans
Prepare Aunt Jemima Buttermilk pancakes as directed.
Beat butter, vanilla extract and sugar together.
Mix corn syrup and Aunt Jemima syrup into butter mixture.
Stir in ½ cup of chopped pecans.
Pour or drizzle over warm pancakes.
Top with additional pecans if desired. Serve and enjoy!
What recipes do you plan on making Christmas and Thanksgiving day morning? What morning traditions do you have during holiday gatherings? If you plan on giving these pecan pie pancakes a try let me know, I would love to see photos!
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