Mango Pecan Pancake Pie

Mango Pecan Pancake Pie

Who says you have to stand in front of the stove to make pancakes?

Don’t get me wrong, I love flipping flap jacks but some days it’s nice to have it all done at once.

This is one of those times.

Mix 2 cups  Smart and Final’s Pancake Mix with one cup milk. Baked it in a glass pie plate for 18 minutes at 325 degrees.

While it was baking, cut up a mango and chopped up about 1/2 cup pecans.

Place the mango and pecans on top of the baked “pancake pie” then placed it under the broiler for 2 minutes until the pecans are lightly toasted but before the mango was soft.

 

Almost done…

It just needs a little something…

 

Yes, I needs cream cheese!

Cream cheese, yes just a bit to make even more delicious.

Mix 2 oz of reduced fat cream cheese with a tablespoon or two of milk to make it smooth and creamy, place it in a piping bag, or plastic bag with the edge cut off to pipe on top of the of the “Mango Pecan Pancake Pie”

If you like this, you might like what else I’ve made with pancake mix.

Pancake Ice Cream Cake

fruit-filled-pancake-cake-recipe

Pancake Cake

Pancake Cupcakes with Maple Frosting

If you prefer your pancakes the “old fashioned” way…

This is for you

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This stack of pancakes is made with my favorite pancake recipe.

 

Had to add my favorite pancake cartoon to this, as the stack of pancakes reminds me of it so much.

 

How do you enjoy your pancakes?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. 1

    Wow! A pancake pie! Yum! All the other pictures are making me hungry too, especially the cupcakes!

  2. 3

    I wish I had a fork for the giant stack of classics — it’s cartoon sized :D

  3. 5

    mmmm…. I stumbled this sweet treat! GREG

  4. 7
    Sue-Helen De La Rosa says:

    I LOVE pancakes and have just discovered your blog! Definately going to start trying some of these ASAP! :)

    • 8

      Thanks so much for commenting Sue, I really appreciate it! I have been on a bit of a pancake kick lately :)

  5. 9

    I don’t know where you come up with your ideas but I’m loving them! Keep them coming Diane, you are awesome and so darned creative with food.

    • 10

      I’m so glad you enjoy my ideas, I have so many with there were more time in each day to get them out of my head :)

  6. 11

    You are the pancake QUEEN!

  7. 12

    Those pictures of pancake creations are unreal! Cakes for breakfast, I love it.

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