Cinnamon Pancakes

Hey Babes!

It is time for Feast Friday!  This Feast Friday will be a little different.  The meal for this Feast Friday is Cinnamon Pancakes!  It is a sweet spin on a simple breakfast meal. On a side note, I didn’t get any personal pictures from my creation because my family ate everything! I slaved under that hot stove and they ate everything before I could photograph the food. Apparently, the food was delicious and my family couldn’t help themselves. I took the featured image from Allrecipes’ cinnamon pancakes recipe. My recipe is simple, easy to make, and delicious. Without further ado, time for my cinnamon pancakes recipe!


1 cup of Aunt Jemima pancake mix

1 egg

1 tablespoon of olive oil

3/4 cup of almond milk

1/3 cup of cinnamon

2 teaspoons of vanilla extract


Pour the cup of pancake mix into a bowl and add the milk, egg, and oil. Combine the ingredients until it is completely lumped together. Begin to add the vanilla extract as you stir the mixture; the cinnamon is added last to the batter. Once the ingredients are blended, let the batter sit until the substance is lumpy.

After the batter begins to lump, fire the stove on low heat and get ready to cook some pancakes. Cook the pancakes for 5 minutes each side or until little holes appear on the pancake. Flip the pancake and repeat the process. You should have a total of 8 pancakes by the end of the batter. Drizzle the pancakes with maple syrup and add apple slices to complete the meal.

And there you have it! My simple cinnamon pancakes recipe. Don’t forget to like, comment, and share this post. Also, follow my blog and @ken.monet on Instagram.

Bye Babes!



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