"This is a quick and yummy recipe where the pancakes and sausage are all ready at the same time! Serve hot with butter and syrup." — Janet
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pork sausage links
1 3/4 cups
1 1/2 cups
I made these in a muffin tin and cut the sausages in half so they would fit. They were fantastic and my kids devoured them! Fill muffin cups 3/4 full and place sausage half on top, then bake at 450 for 9 minutes. Mmmmm!
It was ok. It was simple, but t was sort of bland, and my oldest ate it but wasn't overly impressed. Good to have n hand, but not going to be a regular in the menu.
My entire family loved this! It is very easy and the entire meal is in one pan. I added a dash of vanilla to the batter for added flavor. Thanks!
My husband works nights 2 weeks a month. We usally have breakfast for dinner. My family didn't know if "baked" pancakes was a good idea. Luckly we all won. This is a wonderful recipe!! I will make it many times over. Thanks Janet for this great recipe.
Very good, very very easy, light and fluffy just like a perfect pancake. Took advice of previous reviewer and added extra baking powder and sugar. It was perfect. I browned the sausages the night before and just took them out of the fridge a little ahead of time. Splurge on a good quality sausage it makes a difference and cut them up into bite size pieces. Was able to throw the pancake mixture together in 5 minutes. Like others said it's so nice not to be standing at the stove making more pancakes while everyone else is enjoying breakfast. Will definitely make this again.
This recipe is great. My son and his teenage friends like it with cooked bacon on top. The whole recipe is eaten by 2-3 17 yr olds. Great way to serve all at once.
WOW....What surprise I didnt think it would be sooo good...I used butter in place of the shortening...even without the sausage what a wonderful easy pancake..I also used a 13x9 pan and really put alot of butter so there would be no sticking....Perfect 5 star recipe....Thanks
Great Recipe! My family does love this one! We usually have this for dinner on breakfast night. So much easier than slaving over the stove fliping, while they are gone before the next pancake is ready. One dish pancakes with sausage links! One of my daughters will not eat sausage so I leave a section without sausage, so as not to even get the "essence" of sausage:) Thank you for a great recipe! Reheats well for the next mornings breakfast rush!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Baked Pancakes with Sausages
Serving Size: 1/5 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 5
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 227
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