I was going to make banana pancakes with walnuts for dinner one night, but somehow I remembered everything except the bananas when I was grocery shopping. So, I played around with spices instead. I really liked them! They had a very Fallish/Wintery flavor.
Note: This recipe makes A LOT of pancakes, so unless you love pancake leftovers like me, you might want to reduce the amount of Bisquick to 2 C. If you go down to 1 C of Bisquick, I’d suggest only using 1 egg.
Spiced Walnut Pancakes
Ingredients: 3 C Bisquick, 2 eggs, milk, nutmeg, cinnamon, 1 C walnuts
- Mix Bisquick, milk, and eggs until the batter is not runny, but thin enough to pour off of the spoon.
- Add walnuts to your liking.
- Add cinnamon and nutmeg. I’d recommend adding a little at first and making a test pancake to taste it, since you might not like as much spice as me (I think I used about 1/4-1/2 t of each).
- These don’t taste sweet since they balance the sweetness of pancake syrup, but if you’d like to eat them dry/make them into a dessert/whatever and you’d prefer they be sweet, I’d suggest adding some brown sugar to the batter.