Red Velvet Pancakes

RED VELVET PANCAKES
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Ingredients

2 c all purpose flour
2 t. baking powder
1 t. baking soda
1 t. salt
6 t. sugar
4 t. unsweetened cocoa powder
2 large eggs
1 1/2 c buttermilk
1/4 c sour cream
2 t. red food coloring
4 t. vanilla
CREAM CHEESE GLAZE
3 oz cream cheese,softened
3 t. powdered sugar
1/4 t. vanilla
3 t. milk

The Cook

L D Recipe
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Cooked to Perfection
Anytown, CA
windella
Member Since Sep 2010
L's notes for this recipe:
On the Food network channel this afternoon,there was a restaurant serving red velvet pancakes,they looked so tasty! Those places are never close by! I went online and found a recipe that sounds tasty.I have not tried this recipe but it sure sounds good.
The original recipe added 3/4 c chocolate chips but personally I think they would make the pancakes too sweet,if you like,add them before turning pancakes over while cooking. The recipe also called for sprinkling with powdered sugar and on the show,the pancakes were sprinkled,but again,it would be too sweet for my taste.
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Directions

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Combine dry ingredients. Set aside. In a seperate bowl add remaining ingredients. Add wet ingredients into dry,combine.
Heat griddle, spray with cooking spray,using 1/3 c bater pour onto griddle,cook on one side till done turn over. Combine glaze ingredients. Butter pancakes and drizzle with glaze.

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user L D windella - Aug 1, 2011
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user Vanessa "Nikita" Milare Kitkat777 - Aug 1, 2011
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user Kimi Gaines kimijo - Aug 1, 2011
This would be so nice to make on Valentines morning or 4th of July with blueberries and whipped cream...yummy!!
user L D windella - Sep 14, 2011
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user Pat Cody patcody - May 8, 2012
Shouldn't that be tablespoons for the the suger and cocoa? Teaspoons doesn't sound like enough. Just wondering. Otherwise, this sounds delicious.

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