I found this recipe on Pinterest and just had to try it. Without reading the actual 'recipe' I just went for it. How hard could it be - really?
I used my griddle, just because I wasn't sure how it would work, and I wanted to make sure I had plenty of room.
Start by frying your bacon.
While your bacon is cooking, make your pancake batter.
When you have a few pieces of bacon ready (or all of it), use a spoon, measuring cup or squeeze bottle and make a long bacon sized pancake. Stick a piece of bacon on top and cover it with more batter.
Flip the pancakes over like you normally would. I cut each slice of bacon in half so it was short. This made it easier to flip the pancake.
Hubby was a bit skeptical at first, but he ate the most!
I didn't get any photos of the final product because, unlike regular pancakes, there were no leftovers!
Bacon pancakes were as easy to make as regular pancakes with a side of bacon. This was just easier for our 'grab and run' morning this morning.
UPDATE: After making these 3-4 times Codie had the idea of using crumbled bacon - so you have bacon in every bite. PERFECT! You also have more control over the side of the pancakes (sometimes I like little ones - not just big ones). Since then, I cook the bacon, crumble it, then add it to the batter. Total hit with ALL teens!