Maple bacon pancake muffins. Sweet Maple Bacon Pancake Muffins flavored with maple syrup and real bacon. Serve them warm drizzled with additional syrup or eat them on the go for a quick, easy, and delicious breakfast or snack! For these Maple Bacon Pancake Muffins, we start off with a gluten-free "pancake mix" that our very own knockout gluten-free baking wiz Amber helped us develop in the Fed & Fit Kitchen.
These muffins combine the beloved flavors of maple and bacon in a grab and go breakfast treat. Cut a pound of maple bacon into bite size pieces using kitchen scissors directly into a skillet over medium heat. I used one that required water only. You can cook Maple bacon pancake muffins using 4 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Maple bacon pancake muffins
- You need 1 box of pancake mix i get the juts add water kind.
- It’s 1 lb of bacon.
- You need 1 each of Maple syrup..
- You need 1 of Water as needed for the mix.
Mix most of the bacon into the pancake batter, leaving some to sprinkle over. Remove bacon from cooking vessel and place on a paper towel to drain. Flour: You can replace the all-purpose flour in the batter with whole wheat flour, or any other kind of flour you prefer using. If you need gluten-free muffins try using almond flour, coconut flour, or oat flour.
Maple bacon pancake muffins instructions
- Pre heat oven to 350°F Fahrenheit..
- Cook bacon until crispy.
- Make pancake batter.
- Grease muffin tins.
- Put one tablespoon maple syrup in the bottom of your muffin tins.
- Crumbled bacon and add to muffin tins.
- Pour just enough pancake batter to fill the muffin pan 3/4 of the way up..
- Bake 12 minutes or until golden brown depending on your oven.
- Take out of the oven and serve warm Enjoy!.
Meat: Instead of using sausage in your pancake poppers, try other meats like ham, bacon, or turkey bacon. In a large bowl, combine the flour, baking powder and salt. In another bowl, combine the egg, milk, oil and syrup. Stir into dry ingredients just until moistened. A great grab'n'go breakfast muffin recipe born from the happy accident of getting maple syrup on your bacon after piling your brunch plate a little too full! (And yes, I'm speaking from experience!!) I often add more bacon than the recipe calls for and you can use whatever pancake syrup you like or have on hand.