Miss Carroll's Kitchen - July 2023
Miss Carroll’s Gold Coin Pancakes
Featured on Paul Guess with Good Morning Arkansas Show, July 2023
My husband has made Gold Coin Pancakes since our adult daughters were little girls. Now he makes them for our five grandchildren. And for me! They are truly a family tradition.
Stonewall Kitchen makes it easy to make gold coin pancakes any morning - whether it is a school day or the weekend. San Saba River Pecan Company’s Peach Pecan Amaretto Topping is the perfect syrup to drizzle on your gold coins. Both are available at guessncompany.com.
You and your family will enjoy these delicious gold coin pancakes any day of the week!
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Servings: 10-12 gold coin pancakes
- Stonewall Kitchen Pancake and Waffle Mix
- Ingredients needed for the mix
- San Saba River Pecan Company Peach Pecan Amaretto Topping
- Mixing bowl
- Iron skillet or griddle
- Long toothpicks
Gold Coin Pancakes Directions
- Mix the Stonewall Kitchen Pancake Mix as directed on the box. Be careful not to overmix. Overmixing will cause your pancakes to be flat instead of fluffy.
- Heat an iron skillet and melt about 1 tablespoon of butter and let it sizzle.
- By large tablespoons, drop the pancake mix onto the skillet.
- Let air bubbles rise to the surface, then flip pancakes over until golden brown.
- Set pancakes aside avoiding layering them. They will get too moist.
- A low-temperature warm oven may be used to keep the gold coins warm until ready to eat.
Building Gold Coin Pancakes
- Using a long toothpick, skewer a blueberry, a strawberry, and a peach slice, then 2-3 gold coin pancakes. This is where your family can help out!
- Open the lid of the San Saba River Pecan Company Peach Pecan Amaretto Topping and heat the contents in the microwave for about 30 seconds. Handle the bottle carefully when removing from the microwave.
- Drizzle with the San Saba River Pecan Company Peach Pecan Amaretto Topping.
ENJOY! Blessings and bee happy! 💗
About Miss Carroll
Miss Carroll's Kitchen is named after Clara Carroll, a former Home Economics teacher at Paul's high school and a lifelong friend. Carroll, now a retired professor of Home Economics from Harding University, brings unique recipes and ideas to make your seasons and home great. Her wealth of knowledge in Home Economics is sure to impress and inspire all who try her delicious creations.