S’mores pancakes!

Today is my little brother’s 13th birthday. Since the whole family works weekends and we aren’t celebrating his birthday until Monday, I decided to make him a special breakfast. Last week while on a pinning frenzy, I came across a recipe for s’mores pancakes. I instantly decided on these for the birthday breakfast, because they look decadent and delicious!

I do have some issues with the original recipe, however. The recipe calls for whole wheat flour, applesauce, and fat-free milk. I mean, really? I think the original creator of this wanted to make herself feel better about eating these by adding these ingredients, but if you’re going to have a carb party, you gotta do it right! My recipe of this will include my favorite pancake recipe. Enjoy!


  • One and a half cups all-purpose flour
  • Three and a half teaspoons baking powder
  • One teaspoon salt
  • One tablespoon granulated sugar
  • One and a quarter cups milk
  • One egg
  • Three tablespoons melted butter
  • One cup graham crackers, crumbled into nickel sized pieces
  • Half cup chocolate chips
  • One container marshmallow fluff
  • Two tablespoons water

To make your Pancake mix put flour, baking powder, salt and sugar in a large bowl and mix. Put a well in the middle, and put in the milk, egg and melted butter. Mix until smooth and add chocolate chips and graham cracker crumbs.

While your making your pancakes, put the marshmallow fluff and water in a microwave-safe bowl. Stick it in the microwave and heat for 30 seconds and stir.

Don’t be shy, be generous with that marshmallow syrup because it’s like the best, ever!


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