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Strawberry Cheesecake Pancakes

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Is there anything better for breakfast than pancakes?  Well, maybe you could throw in a few slices of bacon to make it perfect.  I love to mix in different ingredients with my pancakes…blueberries, chocolate chips, cheesecake!

I know, cheesecake is not something one would normally mix in with their pancake batter, but trust me, it’s super yummy!  Cheesecake is my absolute favorite dessert, and so why not toss it in with my favorite breakfast?


I keep frozen slices of cheesecake on hand, and just cut them down and mix them in with my pancake batter (I’m lazy in the mornings, so I use a box mix…don’t judge).  Then, I cook them on my griddle to a nice golden brown, smother them in butter (lots of butter, too much butter), pour on some strawberry syrup, and sprinkle on a little powdered sugar…now that’s how you eat a pancake!

My kids like a little bit of whipped cream on their pancakes, also.  Hope you enjoy them as much as I do.  Make sure you eat them with a big frosted mug of milk…that’s a must!


About Stacie

Hey, there! I'm a homemaker and homeschooler. I love my husband, my children, and my life. Hope you enjoy my blog.

2 responses »

  1. Wow, these sound and look delicious! I’m a huge fan of both pancakes and cheesecake! How strong is the cheesecake flavor? I’m curious about the recipe!

    • They are super yummy! The cheesecake flavor isn’t very strong, it just makes the pancakes sweeter and creamier. Most of the cheesecake melts, but every once in a while, you bite into a piece of cheesecake, and it makes the pancakes absolute perfection! Hope you enjoy them!


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