I am a little late getting this Potato Pancake recipe post up. When I posted my photo to Instagram, it should have gone up the next day. Sadly, I became sick and did not do much else other than sleep. I apologize for making you wait but trust me, it was worth it!
Leftovers are not usually a thing in our home. I already seem to cook for an army of boys and they don’t leave anything behind. I always seem to make way more mashed potatoes than I need, for 6 people. While I am not a big fan of regular pancakes, I love potato pancakes but, I have never tried to make them before. Wait, probably because there are never any left over. Well, I lucked out. The boys graciously left me a ton so, my attempt at it was born.
I am so glad that I decided to go ahead and do these. They are absolutely delicious. The chives are an amazing flavor in these. If you love baked potatoes, you will love these Potato Pancakes. It is a quick and easy breakfast to throw together. I don’t recommend making these in advance. They are best served fresh and slightly crispy. If left in the fridge over night, they lose the crisp. If you don’t mind that, by all means, cook ahead!
The kids can definitely get involved making these too. Royal loves to flip the breakfast. Whether it’s pancakes or french toast, he always gets in there and wants to do it. Hopefully he will grow up to have the same love for cooking, and baking, as I do.
If you have an questions, or requests, please feel free to leave a comment below. Also, if you give them a try, please come back and tell me what you think. read the rest of this entry »
You may see a few recipe re-posts in the next week. I finally installed a recipe plugin so everything will not only look nice but you can also click on ingredients to see ALL recipes containing that ingredient! I am excited to start using this. As for this recipe, I posted this recipe on my other blog a few years ago.
I know what you are thinking, this sounds incredibly gross right? That’s what I thought too! (or maybe you are thinking YUM-O!) I do not like anything with pumpkin in it. I was very hesitant to try this but I am so glad I did. They have become one of my favorite cookies.
My boyfriend, John, used to be a pastry chef and he came up with this recipe and they are so divine! You can use fresh roasted and pureed pumpkin or a canned. I personally love to can pumpkin puree every fall so I can use it all year long. I am not a fan of canned pumpkin and I make these thorough out the year. These are nice and soft, which is how I love my cookies. Please let me know what you think! read the rest of this entry »