This is a new to me recipe that I tried for our Reward Meal last night – but it is a CM recipe, suitable for any meal.
I would classify this as a cold weather comfort dish, as it is very rich and dense. I did make some adjustments, but would encourage you to try the recipe as written (especially if you are counting calories, as the author has all that figured out for you, if made as written.)
I tried a new recipe today for my Sunday Reward Meal brunch. The recipe is for sour cream pancakes, and it uses considerably less flour than traditional pancake recipes do.
Edna Mae’s Sour Cream Pancakes published on the Pioneer Woman’s website is a keeper of a recipe. If you are not worried about calories OR if you prefer that they are coming from fat instead of flours, this recipe is for you.
Using just 7 tablespoons of flour to make pancakes for two, with eggs and a full cup of sour cream as protein components in the recipe to offset the carbohydrates (does call for a minimum of 1 tablespoon of sugar), it is my kind of treat.
Next time I make these (which my husband loved declaring them “not tough at all” and “delicious”), I will take a good photo and add to this post.
I made this lovely recipe (version is by necessary indulgences) as a baked version using pounded thin chicken breasts, and one stuffed jalapeno per breast. It was outstanding. I think you will enjoy it as well!