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Strawberry Cheesecake Pancakes


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Since I posted a few weeks ago that I was making Strawberry Cheese Cake Pancakes for dinner one night I have had several requests for my recipe. I got the idea from Food Network Magazine last month.  There was a recipe that sounded very similar to my regular pancake recipe but they added bites of plain cheesecake. I didn’t want to go buy a cheesecake and I wanted to use the organic {unprocessed} foods I already had in my fridge.  I also had a bunch of strawberries to use since we had bought so many at our local berry patch – LCCL Farms.   So, I made my regular pancake recipe but this time I added a little cream cheese to the batter.  I made simple strawberry syrup to serve over them and whipped some fresh whipped cream.  These were a hit with everyone, including my little one who thought he was having “pie” for dinner. =)

Here’s what I did:

:: Strawberry Cheese Cake Pancakes

2 cups self rising flour
2 cups organic milk
2 eggs
2 Tbsp organic butter (melted)
2 Tbsp sugar
1 tsp vanilla
6 to 8 Tbsp of cream cheese (at room temp)

Blend all ingredients together with a spoon. Pour on a hot griddle that has been prepared with a little butter. Once the batter bubbles it is time to flip! Allow it to cook a few minutes on the other side. Serve with strawberry sauce (recipe follows) and some fresh whipped cream if you like!

:: Strawberry Sauce

4 cups (1 quart) of strawberries
1/3 cup of sugar
1 Tbsp of water

Quarter the berries and place in a sauce pan with the sugar and water. Simmer until the sugar has dissolved into a simple syrup and the berries are soft (about 5 minutes). Mash berries with a potato masher leaving some chunks for texture.

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Comments

  1. Can these be made with non-organic ingrediants too?

    • I was wondering that same thing.

    • I would assume so, since she said she just wanted to use the “organic” items she already had in her fridge…

    • Denisesawyer says:

      Katie and Liz,
      You can absolutely use non organic ingredients. I only buy organic dairy products so that is what I had in my fridge – and what I recommend on this site. =)
      But as far as recipes go, you would use the same amount of conventional dairy products. =)
      Denise Sawyer
      Wholesome Mommy

  2. Carol Armstrong says:

    These Pancakes are to die for…They are soooo delicious….

  3. These pancakes look SO GOOD, I think I will make them for my husband on Father’s Day!!! THANKS!!

  4. wow these pancakes sound so good can’t wait to try them. thank you for sharing

  5. Stephanie says:

    this sounds sound good will have to find a way to keep the recipe

  6. denise, what if i just have all purpose flour? how much baking soda should i use? thanks!

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