Chai Spice Pancakes

Last night was our first hockey game in Utah. The Utes played surprisingly well – Boise looked awful. I have to admit, I thought it’d be the other way around. All in all, it was a fun night out with the kids.

Spencer could have cared less was super excited about his first ever hockey game.

Mackenzie loves hockey but he got a little restless while waiting to do the chuck-a-puck

Like my headphones??


I woke up super creative this morning. I actually came up with this recipe before I even got out of bed. It was a bit of trial and error at first but the end result was AMAZING.

Here’s the recipe that actually works :) (My failure at first was in batter that was too runny and trying to make waffles. heads up:- chai mix is WAAAyyy to sticky for the waffle iron)

Chai Spice Pancakes

1 cup pancake mix
2/3 cup plain Chobani yogurt
2/3 cup Oregon Chai mix

Combine all ingredients, mixing thoroughly.
Heat skillet with a little olive or vegetable oil.
Pour sand dollar size pancakes in the skillet.
Cook over a medium heat about two minutes each side.
** My grandpas trick is to wait for the batter to get “bubbles” in it – that’s how you know when to flip.
Flip and cook on the second side until golden brown.

I topped ours with sliced pears, a sprinkling of cinnamon and some syrup.

Now, we’re off to Park City to celebrate Nick’s birthday! His birthday is in August, but one of his presents from me was a weekend away at Park City. I can’t wait to tell you guys about the hotel we’re staying it! See you soon :)

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  1. JDaniel4's Mom says:

    These look really wonderful. Love your helpers!

  2. Jeanne says:

    Mmmm they LOOK good! I made chai spice cookies last year- they were a pain, but pretty tasty! Stopping by from Mama Kats!

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