Cinnamon Roll Pancakes


alberta smith Recipe

By alberta smith evon


Rating:
Method:
Stove Top
Comments:

I cut this recipe in to a 4th of what it says. I only have 2 to feed not 8. I have put my amount in brackets. This is faster than my cinnamon rolls.

Ingredients

4 c
all-purpose flour [1c]
8 tsp
baking powder [2 t]
2 tsp
salt [1/2 t]
4 c
milk [1c]
4 Tbsp
vegetable oil [1t]
4 large
eggs, lightly beaten [1]
FOR THE CINNAMON FILLING
1 c
butter, melted [1/4 c]
1 1/2 c
brown sugar, packed [1/4 c plus 2 t]
2 Tbsp
ground cinnamon [1/2 t]
FOR THE CREAM CHEESE GLAZE
1/2 c
butter [2 t]
4 oz
cream cheese [1 oz]
1 1/2 c
powdered sugar [1/4 c plus 2t]
1 tsp
vanilla [1/4 t]

Directions Step-By-Step

1
To make the Cinnamon Filling:
Mix the three ingredients together. Place in a disposable piping bag and snip the end off or put in a Ziploc bag and snip the corner off.
2
To make the Pancakes:
Mix the dry ingredients in one bowl and the wet ingredients in another bowl. Stir them together until everything is moistened leaving a few lumps.
3
Heat your griddle to exactly 325 degrees. You don't want these too cook too quickly, and you won't want your cinnamon to burn.
4
Make desired size pancake on greased griddle and then using the piping bag and starting at the center of the pancake, create a cinnamon swirl. Wait until the pancake has lots of bubble before you try to turn it. You will find that when you turn it the cinnamon swirl will melt. The cinnamon will melt out and create the craters which the cream cheese glaze will fill.
5
To make the Cream Cheese Glaze:
In a microwave safe bowl melt the butter and cream cheese and then stir together. Whisk in the powdered sugar and vanilla. Add a little milk if needed to make
it a glaze consistency.
6
Place pancake on plate, then cover with cream cheese glaze.

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Flour
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: For Kids


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7 Comments

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Neely Hunter jnhunter
Apr 28, 2013
I tried these this morning following the recipe for serving 8. I found the pancake batter thin, the filling hard to keep mixed in the bag so the consistency was right when "swirled", the icing turned out a weird color and consistency, and the overall outcome was a big mess and "eh" tasting cinnamon pancakes. I usually don't have issues with recipe even on my first try, but this one was a lot of work with little benefit in the outcome. By the end I just mixed all the filling into the batter and made the pancakes that way. They tasted better and were less messy.
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Dawn Riales dawnmilady
Apr 21, 2013
These are great. I am cooking them now for the first time. Only cook about 2 at a time toward the middle of your griddle. The cinnamon mixture makes them spread a lot. Do not put the cinnamon swirl to the outer edge of the pancake. Keep it in the middle and about one more ring. I would also say to make extra cinnamon mixture. It is thick and you use a lot. Very sinful recipe.
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Cheryl Rusciolelli AkintoCookbook
Mar 6, 2013
Yummy! Can't wait to try them!
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Shawn A Reed reed20011
Mar 3, 2013
I tried this recipe and say it's Family Tested & Approved!