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Light, fluffy, and most importantly, 2 ingredients—these pancakes are absolutely to die for! We tried and loved the 3-Ingredient Pancakes for 1, so when I heard about the trend of these supersimple veg-based pancakes, I had to jump onboard.
Although I was a little skeptical at first, I became a believer after biting into these decadent pancakes, which are completely clean and healthy. The best part—they’re simple enough for weekdays, yet feel indulgent enough for weekend brunch (even though they’re not indulgent at all).
If you’re like me and plan out your menu on the weekends, you might roast a couple of sweet potatoes at the beginning of the week. If you do, this recipe will be even quicker for you.
*I made and shot the photos of this recipe for 2, but it’s broken down to serve one.
Makes 1 serving
1 roasted sweet potato
a dash of cinnamon (optional)
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A NOSTALGIC BREAKFAST SHARE
Jerry Lapin, Al Lapin, and Albert Kallis founded International House of Pancakes in 1958 with the help of Sherwood Rosenberg and William Kaye. The first restaurant opened on July 7, 1958, at 4301 Riverside Drive in Toluca Lake, Los Angeles, California.
The location is coincidentally across from the oldest remaining Bob’s Big Boy restaurant. Albert Kallis was a professional artist who designed the film posters of American International Pictures in the 1950s. Director Bert I. Gordon recalled that Kallis designed their logo and left poster artwork.
The menu later expanded (especially in the 1980s) to include (along with breakfast foods) standard lunch and dinner items found in similar restaurant chains such as Denny’s. From 1959 to 1975, it was the flagship division of International Industries, a holding company which also owned the Orange Julius refreshment stands.