Pancakes for Dinner

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I  blogged a while back about doing French toast for dinner on occasion, and after finding a box of Kodiak Cakes mix in the cupboard, I remembered that pancakes are also awesome for dinner. I’ve also been admiring some of Heather’s pancake recipes lately and wondering how I forgot about them.

Having started Sunday with a green juice, followed with greens at brunch and a green smoothie before some afternoon errands (I don’t know if chlorophyll actually  cures hangovers, but the color makes me feel better mentally), I was totally up for a departure from the usual vegetable-rich meal. 

This mess (which was delicious, obviously), is just 1/2 cup of the mix made with water and then topped with roasted figs, barely-sweet non-fat ricotta, and a quick cocoa-PB2 sauce. It totally hit the spot.

Do you ever have pancakes for dinner? 


4 thoughts on “Pancakes for Dinner

    raechel @the rebel grrl kitchen said:
    September 19, 2012 at 12:59 pm

    ooooo that’s looks sooo yummy! i love the idea of breakfast for dinner, but usually end up feeling like i need to skip it in favor of veggies. but the day you describe sounds like the perfect opportunity to switch it up! i’ll have to do this sometime soon!

      Jess responded:
      September 20, 2012 at 1:44 am

      It was great—so satisfying.

    Chiropractic Coaches said:
    September 20, 2012 at 7:49 am

    Pancakes are not just for breakfast. They are as heavenly during dinner time. However, I have not tried it yet. Will it be affecting my diet?

    Pancake Muffins | Keeping It Real Food said:
    September 22, 2012 at 3:53 pm

    […] experiments happen as a result of my disdain for wasting food. I recently posted about having pancakes for dinner,and I even had them for breakfast a few times over the past week. Still, I wanted to use up as much […]

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