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Eating Red: Valentine’s Red Velvet Pancakes Recipe

Entry #2063, February 1, 2012


Well everyone, Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and how amazing would it be to keep with the RED themed holiday by adding in some food and beverages to match?  Red velvet pancakes would be a great way to start off the day.  Most would associate red velvet with the red velvet cake which has been a prize at many a functions but now it is time to incorporate the cake into thinner slices.  The recipe is simple and a great holiday craft in its own given right plus the left over batter could probably be used to make mini-cupcakes.

Valentine’s Day Red Velvet Pancakes

red velvet pancakes valentines day

Red velvet pancakes valentines day

Image via:  Babble

Ingredients:

Makes:  24 Pancakes

Total Preparation Time:  50min

2 cups All-purpose flour

1 ½ teaspoons Baking powder

½ teaspoon Baking soda

½ teaspoon Salt

½ cup Sugar

½ cup Unsweetened cocoa powder

2 large Eggs

1 ½ cups Buttermilk

½ cups Sour cream

2 tablespoons Red food coloring

2 teaspoons Pure vanilla extract

6 tablespoons Butter, melted

red velvet pancakes valentines day ideas

Red velvet pancakes valentines day ideas

Image via:  Cooking Classy

Directions:

1)      Sift the all-purpose flour, powdered sugar, unsweetened cocoa, baking powder, baking soda, and salt into one large bowl.  Then take another large bowl and beat the eggs with the buttermilk and stir the sour cream, vanilla extract, food coloring until the mixture is smooth.

2)      Next, slowly add the dry ingredient mixture to the wet ingredient mixture and gradually add in the melted butter mixture.  Make sure to keep stirring until all of the mixtures are thoroughly even all around.

3)      Third, take a non-stick pan or griddle and set on medium heat for pan and 4 on the griddle.  Pour ¼ pancake sizes onto the heat metals (which ever you choose).

4)      Flip until reached desired shape and firmness.  Then place on plate and enjoy with either cream cheese or syrup or both.  And make sure to add more powdered sugar on the top for extra goodness like display in the first photo.

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