|9 / 10
||8.5 / 10
We have been pretty unsuccessful in finding delicious Chicago brunch places so far, though Nightwood last weekend was actually the best yet, so I figured we’d try to make some breakfast here. While slacking off at work, I watched some Brunch at Bobby’s recently, and saw him make this really delicious looking recipe. So when I woke up and it seemed like Em had a few more hours of sleep in her (she is working nights right now…), I figured I’d give this a shot. It was delicious and well-worth the various (largely inactive) steps.
||Pecan Pancakes with Bourbon Molasses Butter
||Bobby Flay, via Brunch at Bobby’s
||6 / 10 – lots of steps for pancakes, but not hard
|Time to Complete
||~1.75 hours considering you need the butter to cool for an hour and then warm up for 30 minutes
||Bacon (prepared in super easy and delicious way)
||We cut recipe in half, so no
||Bourbon molasses butter is delightful
|Any Recipe Deviations?
||Used skim milk with some vinegar as a substitute for buttermilk
|Changes Next Time?
||Use buttermilk if possible
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