Bacon Strip Pancakes
(4 servings) Printable Version
These are the original instructions from a 1962 magazine ad for Aunt Jemima pancake mix:
"Just about the best breakfast that ever greeted a hungry family! And it's as easy as this: Shake up Aunt Jemima batter according to package directions. Place cooked bacon strips on the griddle and pour batter over each strip. Bake 'em golden brown on both sides. Couldn't be easier - couldn't taste better! How about Aunt Jemima Bacon Strip Pancakes at your house tomorrow!"
For Best Results:
Prepare the pancake batter with slightly less water or milk than instructed. A thicker batter will help prevent the pancakes from flowing into each other.
Set your griddle to medium-high.
Fry the bacon until crispy. Remove the bacon from the griddle and lay slices on stacked paper towels to remove excess grease (and to get more crispy).
Carefully, wipe down the griddle with wadded paper towels, leaving only a very thin layer of grease to cook the pancakes.
Return the cooked bacon to the griddle with at least two inches of space on both sides of the slices. (You'll probably have to work in two batches.)
Slowly pour batter over each bacon slice. After one minute, check the bottom side of the pancakes. Once browned, flip the pancakes and cook the other side to golden brown.
Serve immediately with softened butter and warm maple syrup.
This is a classic recipe that appeared in magazine ads for Aunt Jemima pancake mix in and around 1962.
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Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of Bacon Strip Pancakes?
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Try using maple flavored bacon. Yummy!
Comment submitted: 4/17/2014 (#18844)
Very good. I used medium thick bacon. Yum!
Comment submitted: 3/16/2014 (#17364)
Tip from my husband: Use a squeeze bottle to squeeze the batter over the bacon slices, then the batter doesn't spread out as much.
Comment submitted: 3/16/2014 (#17363)
Comment submitted: 1/30/2014 (#17285)
Comment submitted: 1/29/2014 (#17282)
From Fat Ratchet
The pancake tastes like bacon and it was good. I had like 6 of them and I'm fixing more tomorrow. Yummy in my tummy!
Comment submitted: 1/8/2014 (#17242)
Making pancakes, making bacon pancakes!
Comment submitted: 8/21/2013 (#16280)
From Money (Team Breakfast Member)
Sounds great. Can't wait to go home and try it. Thanks!
Comment submitted: 5/26/2013 (#15944)
From Bacon Love
Brilliant! I will never make a pancake the same again.
Comment submitted: 3/22/2013 (#15447)
From 1greatguy (Team Breakfast Member)
I tried this recipe last weekend! It was fun and delicious! Thank you for this post! - Lou E.
Comment submitted: 3/3/2013 (#15300)
Saw the picture shared elsewhere so I looked for the recipe and found your site. Brilliant idea, very easy to execute too. I use a homemade mix to start and it was fantastic. I'd make this again for sure. Thanks for sharing!
Comment submitted: 2/10/2013 (#15154)
Mmmmmmm! Me and my mom both loved it!
Comment submitted: 1/2/2013 (#15024)
From Best w/ Bacon
Brilliant! Bacon stayed crispy for me. Great combination of flavors. I'll make it again... maybe even tomorrow!
Comment submitted: 11/12/2012 (#14824)
Bacon makes everything better! Can't wait to try this!
Comment submitted: 8/30/2012 (#14329)
It was alright I suppose. Tasted exactly like you would think it would.
Comment submitted: 4/23/2012 (#13835)
I use Fiber One Pancake Mix and always sift the mix first. It calls for adding water but I substitute with light coconut milk and it makes the batter taste better. I also use Turkey BACON which is healthier and holds its crispness. This is great for snacking also. Pancakes come out AWESOME without the syrup. Also... I make double the recipe and leftovers I can put in toaster for when I need a snack.
Comment submitted: 3/1/2012 (#13597)
From Peeper Beeper (Team Breakfast Member)
I'm going to see what happens if I lay the nearly crisped bacon on top of the pancakes shortly before flipping them while the batter is still somewhat uncooked on the top but fully cooked on the bottom to see if this helps maintain the crispness of the bacon. I'm hoping that by finishing the cooking with the bacon exposed to the direct heat of the griddle it will come out just right. I'll message back if I'm successful.
Comment submitted: 1/30/2012 (#13490)
This is a dutch recipe! I have been eating this forever. I love it!
Comment submitted: 1/11/2012 (#13411)
It's okay. Good, but not really super good. Guess it depends on who makes it.
Comment submitted: 12/4/2011 (#13276)
Very cool recipe. Found it last night on StumbleUpon. Made it this morning. And now my life is forever changed. Loved it!
Comment submitted: 11/4/2011 (#13111)
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