Secret Recipe Club, Pancakes & Bacon Cupcakes

My Secret Recipe Club assignment this month is It’s Yummy to My Tummy

That sounds good!

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The funny thing is that Heather was assigned my blog last month! You can see what she made from my recipe index here

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I am always looking for grabable [you know easy to grab] breakfast type foods for busy mornings or weekends at the beach when everyone is doing their own thing, so her Pancake and Sausage Muffins just spoke to me!

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These tempting little pancake muffins have the syrup right inside!

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I used maple bacon instead of sausage, and baked it on a parchment lined baking sheet.  So easy, just takes about 20-25  minutes at 350

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Mix the Bisquick with eggs and buttermilk or 2 % milk  [she uses soy milk]

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Fill paper lined, or well greased muffin cups 2/3 of the way

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Add bacon and push down to submerge

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Bake for about 20 minutes, or until set in center

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Remove from pan

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Top with a pat of butter and enjoy!

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Pancakes and Bacon in a handy little, grab and go, cupcake!

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Please pop over to It’s Yummy to My Tummy to see her recipe here

Pancakes and Bacon Cupcakes

  • Servings: 16 cupcakes
  • Difficulty: easy
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2 cups Bisquick baking mix

2/3 cup buttermilk

2 large eggs

1/3 cup real maple syrup

8 slices maple bacon, cooked*

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Line muffin tins with cupcake papers or spray well with olive oil spray.  Mix Bisquick, eggs, buttermilk and syrup in a 1 quart measuring cup.  Pour into prepared cups, filling up about 2/3.  Break bacon slices into 6 pieces, each cupcake will get 3 pieces.  Add 3 bacon pieces to each cupcake batter and press down gently with back of spoon to submerge.

Bake 18-22 minutes, or until set and just starting to turn golden.  Top with a small slice of butter and serve warm.  Makes 16

Freeze leftovers to microwave later for a grab and go breakfast

*I cooked my bacon on a parchment lined baking sheet at 350 for about 20 minutes.  Watch carefully towards the end of baking time so it doesn’t burn
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for another printable version of Pancakes and Bacon Cupcakes click here
to learn more about the Secret Recipe Club click here
You might also like this breakfast casserole, Maple Sausage and Belgian Waffle Bake

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This dish combines Belgian waffles, maple sausage, maple syrup, eggs, cheese and pecans into a complete breakfast in a casserole.  Perfect for holiday breakfasts or weekend brunch~

 

 Thanks so much for stopping by and joining in the Secret Recipe Club fun!
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23 Responses to “Secret Recipe Club, Pancakes & Bacon Cupcakes”
  1. Jacqueline says:

    I am swooning over both breakfasts foods – but give them to me for dinner time please! I love them, just am not hungry in the morning! Wow, the syrup and bacon and yummy in the middle and that waffle casserole – you are killing me! Hope you had a nice Valentine’s Day!

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  2. Lynn says:

    This is a fun idea, everyone loves a cupcake:@)

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  3. OMG – pancakes & bacon in a cupcake?? I’m drooling over here.

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  4. Heathet says:

    Yeah! How fun, I’m glad you had a chance to return a review the following month 🙂 . Yes, these little pancake muffins are such an easy treat to have on hand and very portable for on the go! This is a reminder to me that I must make them again soon as it is a good staple recipe for my kids, any meal or snack 😉

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  5. chrisscheuer says:

    What a great idea! Sounds delicious!

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  6. Sarah says:

    what a great cupcake! errrr breakfast! 🙂 sounds awesome.

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  7. Emily says:

    Jenna, this is a great idea, especially when little ones are around. You know how they love anything that resembles a cupcake! Got to try this recipe, thanks for sharing this one……..

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  8. Heather says:

    What a fun cupcake for breakfast! Great cooking with you this month!

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  9. Mary says:

    Oh this sounds wonderful Jenna! Love the cupcake idea for breakfast and we’re big fans of maple bacon!

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  10. Betty says:

    Mmmm.. these look yummy! I’m visiting from Show and Share today.

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  11. Lisa says:

    These look really delicious!!!

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  12. lulu says:

    I’m having brunch Saturday so these recipes come at just the right time. The muffins are intriguing.

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  13. Even the pickiest eaters would love these morning treats. Great choice!

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  14. laurie says:

    Jenna, Anything with bacon sounds delish to me, and I like pancakes and syrup a lot, so this is sounding like something I’d love. Grabable breakfast foods are the best kind. I’ll be trying this recipe. Thank you for sharing it.

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  15. April Tuell says:

    My family loves pancake muffins, but I’ve never added bacon before. What a great idea!

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  16. Julie says:

    I’m so making these the next time we have our grandson, he loves pancakes and of course bacon. Visiting from SRC B!

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