Creamy and rich, our peanut butter syrup is the perfect topping for your favorite homemade pancakes and waffles.
With just two ingredients (maple syrup 2: creamy peanut butter 1: 1) you can make a delicious peanut butter maple syrup.
I took my grandmother’s waffle sauce and added peanut butter to create a creamy, rich, smooth syrup that’s sure to make a peanut butter lover’s breakfast dream come true.
It’s delicious on pancakes, but try drizzling a little of this syrup on a bowl of diced apples and bananas with chopped peanuts and mini chocolate chips. Perfect for snack time snacks.
Or, the next time you enjoy ice cream before bed, add a dash of leftover peanut butter pancake syrup.
peanut butter syrup recipe
This syrup recipe can be whipped up in under 5 minutes. Start by mixing the flour and sugar together well before adding the milk. If you don’t have any lumps of flour and sugar, adding the milk should leave you with no lumps of syrup.
Heat over low to medium heat until thickened and bubbly. Avoid hard boiling. It is enough to simmer over low heat. Continue to whisk. Add peanut butter and heat until smooth.
After removing from heat, add vanilla and butter. Stir until blended. Stack the fluffy pancakes and enjoy while it’s warm.our favorites are poured chocolate pancake.
How to make peanut butter syrup
To make this recipe you will need the following ingredients:
- creamy peanut butter
- vanilla extract
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Serving: 12 serving
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In a small saucepan, whisk together the flour and sugar. Add milk and heat over medium heat. Whisk smoothly and continue to stir or whisk frequently while cooking.
Continue cooking until sauce begins to bubble and thickens, about 3 minutes. Add peanut butter and whisk to melt.
Remove pan from heat, add vanilla and stir. Add butter and stir to melt. Pour hot sauce over hot waffles or pancakes.
calorie: 153kcal · carbohydrates: 17g · protein: Fourg · obesity: 8g · saturated fat: 3g · Polyunsaturated fat: 1g · Monounsaturated fat: 3g · Trans fat: 0.1g · cholesterol: 9mg · sodium: 73mg · potassium: 109mg · fiber: 1g · sugar: 15g · Vitamin A: 108IU · calcium: 44mg · iron: 0.3mg