S’Mores Pancakes with Marshmallow Sauce

s'mores pancakes with marshmallow sauce

Honestly what could be better than waking up to soft, fluffy pancakes?

s'mores pancakes with marshmallow sauce

Chocolate ones with marshmallow sauce, that’s what. This is my favorite whole wheat pancake recipe, made s’mores-style. The whole wheat flour adds a little more fiber, so you can feel good about adding chocolate and fluff to your breakfast :) I promise it’s not much and it’s so, so worth it.

These are just faintly sweet and not overbearingly rich. You and your breakfast crew will love them :)

S’Mores Pancakes with Marshmallow Sauce

Yield: 3 Servings

Calories per serving: 371

Fat per serving: 5g

Ingredients

    Pancakes
  • ½ cup whole wheat flour
  • ½ cup all purpose flour
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • ¾ cup milk (dairy or nondairy)
  • 1 egg
  • 3 tablespoons sour cream
  • Marshmallow Sauce
  • 1 cup marshmallow Fluff
  • 2 tablespoons boiling water

Instructions

  1. In a large bowl, whisk the flours, baking powder, cocoa powder, brown sugar, and salt.
  2. In a measuring cup or small bowl, whisk the egg into the milk. Pour into the dry ingredients and stir just until combined. Add the sour cream and give the batter one final stir.
  3. Spoon a quarter cup of batter onto a griddle or skillet set over medium heat that has been coated with nonstick cooking spray. Flip after 3-4 minutes, just as you notice bubbles forming around the edges of each pancake, and cook 2 minutes more.
  4. For the marshmallow sauce, bring water to a boil and stir it into the fluff in a small bowl until smooth. Drizzle over pancakes.

Notes

Nutrition Information: Calories 371, Fat 5g, Fiber 4g, Sugars 13g, Protein 10g

Marshmallow sauce adapted from Cooking for Isaiah by Silvana Nardone

http://www.canyoustayfordinner.com/2011/03/26/smores-pancakes-with-marshmallow-sauce/

Comments

  1. says

    Put the pics for sale on a photo share site, freeze the pancakes, use as frisbees next time you and Daniel have a fight. By the time the cops arrive, they’ll have thawed out and they’ll never find the weapon.

  2. says

    OH MY GOODNESS. You’re my new hero. Again. These look absolutely DIVINE, and anything involving the food of angels (aka marshmallow FLUFF) is definitely worth drooling over. I don’t even like pancakes, but once I get my paws on some wheat flour you best bet I’ll be trying these out.

  3. Sara says

    love the new blog layout!! so elegant and simple! and these pancakes look divine :)
    i look forward to reading more about your hunger challenge as well!

  4. johnny says

    I too love the changes to the layout. I have to admit that the pancakes look great but wouldn’t dare try them so will be happy with drooling over the pictures.

  5. says

    😀 tried to redo one of your recipes (chocolate chip cookies) but it is kind of difficult with the measurements. I need to get some of those cup/spoon etc that you Americans use (because then I want to try those pancakes!). Maybe than it will work out right away, without me experimenting for “hours” till it looks fine ^^

  6. joanna says

    LOVE these! Just made this morning and my girls were so excited; they love marshmallows! Thank you for the great recipes :)

  7. says

    What a perfect way to start any day, especially Friday!!

    Happy weekend…hope you’re enjoying your new home!

    LizAshlee
    twitter.com/lizashleeblog

  8. Leslie says

    Do you know how many carbs these contain? I am on WW and I’m not sure it will calculate correctly without that. Thanks!

  9. Ashley says

    These look amazing! I want to try these so bad!!! I just have one question, the nutrition facts you listed at the bottom, its missing how many grams of carbs are in them? Do you happen to know this? I’m trying to figure out how many points they are =)

  10. Amy says

    I am so glad I found your blog. I was just wondering, when you post yummy looking desert and breakfast recipes, if they are good for watching what you eat. I mean I would love to try these but like do you eat this stuff now that you lost all that weight (great job by the way! I am amazed at looking at your photos and reading your stories) and are trying to keep it off? I’m just curious, I’m not trying to be nosy or rude or anything of the sort.

  11. Angela says

    These were seriously the best pancakes I have ever made! The texture was amazing; SO fluffy! I think I might use dutch process cocoa next time to get a more rich chocolate flavor. Delish!

  12. Jordan says

    For everyone asking about carbs… why don’t you just look up the amount of carbs in each ingredient and do the math by the measurements of each used? Then divide by 3 for the number of carbs in the serving :)

    THOSE LOOK AMAZING!

  13. Heather says

    I would love to know the carbs number also so I’ll know if it fits into my WW points. They look so yummy! Delicious looking pictures!!

  14. says

    Oh these look divine! I am going to make them on a splurge weekend because to be honest I’m pretty sure a jar of fluff within a mile of me would be gone even without the pancakes. LOL

    This is one of those slightly healthier “treat” recipes I’m keeping! Love your blog! I “Pintrest” you often! LOL

  15. Marissa says

    I made these this morning, completely non-dairy btw, and they were delicious! I substituted the sour cream for half of a medium sized ripe banana & used egg whites. I also added a teaspoon of vanilla extract, used about a tbs & a half of flax seed meal, & used some unsweetened vanilla & chocolate almond milk. :) The batter came out to be a little on the thick side, so I added more liquids accordingly. They were perfect! Fluffy & not-too-chocolatey. Thanks!

  16. Gloria says

    Hello

    How can the 1/3 of the recipe be 370 if 1 cup of fluff is 640 calories plus all the other ingredients you are looking at 480 calories per serving (1/3 serving). I was going to make this right now and thank the Lord that I decided to check the calories because I would had went over board. The calories for the pancake batter total is 800 calories plus 1 cup of fluff (16 tbsp @40 calories) is 640 which bring it to 480 per serving 1/3. Just wanted to point that out to anyone watching their calorie intake. I am going to make them now with less sauce.

    • Andie says

      Hi Gloria,

      Your numbers aren’t the same as mine because I think you’re calculations are off: one cup of Fluff does indeed have 320 calories (2 tablespoons of Fluff is 40 calories and there are 16 tablespoons in a cup, but you wouldn’t multiply 40 by 16 to get the number of total calories in the cup, you’d multiply it by 8 because we’re already accounting for 2 tablespoons. So, 40×8=320).

      Andie

      • GLORIA ESPINOSA says

        OMG..I should slap myself. I did not notice that 40 calories is indeed for 2 tbsp and not one. Just ran to the kitchen and looked at the jar. I do aoologize. The pancakes came out delicious and moist. My son and husband loved them. I am going to make a batch, cook them and freeze them for a quick breakfast/dessert. Your blog is awesome. Love all the pics and recipes. Thanks!!!

  17. Cindy S says

    Just made these this morning! Yummy! Didn’t have the marshmallow fluff, so we put a few marshmallows on each pancake as they were cooking! Thank you for this fun pancake recipe for special occasions!

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