(sometimes I'm not paying attention - thinking I posted this here, I posted over on Traveler for Good blog instead. Travelers love pancakes too!)
The pancake is more versatile than you think. It's good for breakfast. It's good for dinner. You can use sweet ingredients, savory ingredients or both.
If you're ever looking for a vehicle to serve Biscoff spread, peanut butter, Nutella, or jelly (other than a spoon), a pancake is the way to go.
If it's just a snack for you, make a very small serving of pancake mix. For these little sammies, I used a half cup of dry pancake mix (Krusteaz Honey Wheat), and mixed with water until I had a nice, thin, smooth batter. It made 10 silver dollar pancakes - for 5 perfect little pancake sandwiches.
Heat up your griddle. Pour the batter using a 1 tablespoon measuring spoon. Grill until the pancake bubbles then flip it over. Once you take your little pancakes off the griddle, it's time to dress them up. I made mine using Biscoff spread and Lingonberry preserves.
They are delicious hot off the grill or the next morning for breakfast. And next time? I think they'll be delicious with some bacon. A PBB&J, if you will.