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This luscious stack of loveliness was created simply because I had some leftover Sour Cream in the fridge, and I didn’t want to toss it~  I wish there was a better story, some big epiphany, a light bulb moment, a dream realized..but NOPE~  I just didn’t want to be wasteful..lol!  Oh..and it was breakfast, and I was making pancakes anyway….clearly it all worked out!  🙂

And thanks to my selfless Sour Cream conservation, I’ve discovered my new all-time favorite pancake (at least for this week)..  🙂

These pancakes are moist, tender, sweet, and beautifully balanced with the creamy sour cream..ahh~  I will never be able to eat a regular old pancake again!

Make a fluffy batch of these unique breakfast beauties, and you too will have a new flapjack favorite!

What you’ll need for 4-6 pancakes:

One cup of dry Pancake Mix, prepared according to your box instructions, making sure to halve the liquid with sour cream.

1 cup of Cinnamon  Sugar..divided

Directions:

Add in 1/4 cup Cinnamon Sugar and mix it into your pancake batter until it’s smooth…

Cook up your Pancakes.

Sprinkle each pancake with some of the remaining Cinnamon Sugar while they’re a little warm…

And a little bit of err..Butter…

Stack them nice and high…

Serve them up …YUM!

AND don’t forget some syrup..duh!

OH, and don’t forget to dig in!  ~Enjoy! 🙂

 

 

 

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