Thursday, August 21, 2008

Stuffed Pancakes (cream cheese filling)

What I REALLY wanted to eat was stuffed french toast...but with no bread on hand, my dream was not realistic. And so stuffed pancakes was born...
I know IHOP and other breakfast places do the same type of thing but I couldn't find the recipe online for how to make the DIVINE cream that goes in between the layers.
So I made my own--and I was quite impressed. :)
If you alter this, I would love to know what you do so I can try it out. This was a one time try but I loved the difference it made for my pancakes! :) PLEASE leave a comment if you have something to add or change.
4 oz cream cheese
1 small box of french vanilla pudding (though, I imagine regular vanilla would be fine too--I just had the french vanilla on hand)
1 1/2 C Milk
1/4 C powdered sugar
cinnamon to taste
Mix the pudding and milk together until smooth, add cream cheese and mix thoroughly. Add powdered sugar and cinnamon. Mix through.
Add on your pancakes or french toast while warm and serve with fresh fruit and whipped topping. Store covered in fridge.
***One thing I might change for next time I make this, is to add some whipped topping to make it a tad bit lighter while mixing. So, if you try that let me know!! :)

7 comments:

Dan ~ Holly said...

Berry Muffins. Peanut Butter Pie and Stuffed Pancakes!! Man you have been busy and all three look so yummy!! :)

Michelle said...

Ohhhh, yummo! People need to stop putting such delicious sweets on their blogs. I am gaining weight just looking at them!

Laura said...

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Carrie said...

This sounds yummy!

Kara said...

What a great idea, these look sooo yummy!

Shelli said...

I just used your recipe as a filling for chocolate crepes. It was AMAZING! Thanks so much!

I GAVE UP BLOGGING said...

This also works nicely with chocolate or butterscotch puuding. I add a teeny splash of coffee to my fillings, either flavor. Also, for the vanilla version, stir some Craisins (lightly floured so they don't sink)into the pancake batter; and a dash of grated orange peel.