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It's National Pancake Day! Check out our best pancake recipes!

 #NationalPancakeDay is celebrated in February, on the Tuesday before Lent begins each year.  It's also known as Shrove Tuesday or Pancake Tuesday.  Here are our favorite ways to celebrate!


 Carrot Cake Pancakes

I figured these pancakes would be a one off for Easter the year I made them but my guys actually request them all the time. SUPER fluffy, loaded with carrots and that cream cheese topping is awesome! 

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Baked Blueberry Ginger Pancake

Want pancakes but don't want to stand at the stove flipping? Absolutely loaded with fruit and perfectly portable, baked pancakes are the way to go!  

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Danish Pancakes

Want pancakes but don't want to stand at the stove flipping? Absolutely loaded with fruit and perfectly portable, baked pancakes are the way to go!

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Yogurt Pancakes

This recipe is like a choose your own adventure! I've yet to make a batch with a yogurt flavor that didn't turn out awesome.


Chocolate Lover's Pancakes

You could argue that these pancakes are more suitable for dessert than breakfast. The base recipe isn't super sweet so you can top them with ice cream or whipped cream or vanilla yogurt and berries.

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Brown Sugar Oatmeal Pancakes

This is another great make ahead recipe, they freeze and reheat amazingly well. Very easily customizable with fruit or other mix ins.

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Orange Ricotta Pancakes

The ricotta in these pancakes make them feel a little more substantial but they are still light and fluffy!

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Honey Vanilla Pancakes

This is a classic recipe that can easily be adapted any way you like, berries, bananas, chocolate chips, but they're great with just some real maple syrup.

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Sweet Apple Pancakes with Cider Syrup

These are badly in need of new photos but they disappear so quickly I never get the chance! I'm sharing them anyway because they are just too good not to.

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Cranberry Orange Pancakes

I love the sweet/tart thing going on with these pancakes. I've made them with regular oranges and blood oranges and they are fantastic both ways!

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