I grew up listening to Elvis. He’s my dad’s favorite so we own every cd, every movie and a bunch of Elvis-themed decor. It’s pretty cool actually. When we were little, we would sometimes even have Elvis sandwiches – peanut butter and banana. So good!
A few years ago, I learned that bacon, honey, and frying or grilling were also involved in Elvis sandwiches, but sadly, I never got the chance to make them after finding out about my peanut allergy. BUT, then I discovered sunbutter. I still haven’t made a sandwich yet, but I did come up with this pancake recipe which is still pretty good. Plus, it combines a bunch of awesome things. King of pancakes? I think yes.
We cooked the bacon in the oven, as per usual. As we usually do, we got a bit distracted by British accents and harmonizing to Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (be on the lookout on instagram hah), so we may have ended up with a hunka hunka burnin’ bacon. Luckily we still had enough to eat haha. Classic Sundays in Apartment 2012.
Hope you like these, and I promise I’ll make you some when I’m home for break Dad! 🙂
Makes 2 servings
Batter from SB&J pancakes
1 banana, chopped
2 slices of bacon, chopped
coconut oil for the pan
1. Mix the batter together (directions here)
2. You can either mix the bananas and bacon into the batter, or wait and add it when the pancakes are on the stove.
3. Heat the oil on a baking sheet over medium heat that covers two burners (why did I never try this before?)
4. Place spoonfuls of batter onto the sheet (and top with bacon and banana if you haven’t done so already).
5. Let cook for 3 minutes, then flip, flatten and cook for another 3 minutes or until done.
6. Serve topped with honey! And with a side of more bacon. Yum-o.