Old school advertising was the best. If I could find a full size print of the above ad it would be on my wall in a heartbeat. I love it for a few reasons. First, Iowa is proudly represented in the ad (home of the best bacon). Second, there’s bacon. Lastly, it features pancakes, bacon’s best partner in crime.

I found this gem on Reddit, the site that loves bacon anything, and I noticed that one of the commenters made a profound statement, “%&#@ chicken and waffles, I want bacon and pancakes”.

That guy just hit the nail on the head. Why don’t I see more places serving bacon and pancakes, where the bacon is in the pancake? I understand that chicken and waffles is some kind of breakfast/dinner dish created by the Pennsylvania Dutch, the people the brought us Scrapple. But why is it more popular than what’s featured in the ad above? I have eaten bacon and pancakes for dinner before. Also, why didn’t my mom not make that when I was kid? And why is the Grand Slam at Denny’s missing these?

I have so many questions that will never be answered. Luckily there is a recipe online so you can make them at home. Maybe we can’t fix the wrong that history has giving us and make Bacon in pancakes (yes I just dropped the “and” in favor of “in”) the most popular breakfast/dinner combo ever! Who’s with me?

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7 Responses to Bacon in Pancakes, sadly not as popular as Chicken and Waffles

  1. Brad says:

    I agree completely, nothing better than pancakes/bacon/syrup so why not put them all together. Thanks for the great info and recipe, I shared your article on Facebook and Twitter

  2. Jen says:

    How is it possible I did not know about these?? Well at least now I know what we’ll be having with our bacon for breakfast this weekend…

  3. Dug says:

    Cut the bacon up and put it in waffle batter.And maybe a hand full of blueberries. Or maybe some apples with brown sugar and cinnamon.

  4. Dave White says:

    The Waffle Shop in East Liberty actually has a bacon, egg and cheese waffle on their menu, with everything cooked in…

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  7. Jon says:

    Sounds delicious! If only they can cut out all the calories!

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