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Peanut Butter Syrup

breakfast, pancakce, waffle, maple, bacon
Do you like to put peanut butter on your pancakes, or waffles? WHAT?!?! You have NEVER tried that? Oh my gosh! You are seriously missing out! I am not one to usually mix my food like that, and honestly I thought it would be the most DISGUSTING thing in the world when I first heard about it. Seriously. I did!

Then I actually tried it. 

Oh! My! Gosh!

It is like THE BEST flavor combo.......EVER!

You have the warm pancake mixed with the warm melted peanut butter, topped with warm maple (or fake maple) syrup. Oh! SO GOOD!

I decided last week to take this to an entirely different level and COMBINE the syrup and peanut butter!  *GASP*  The result was out of this world!

Peanut Butter Syrup
1 Cup Maple Syrup (or fake maple)
1/4 Cup Peanut Butter
1 tsp Vanilla

In a microwave safe bowl (I used a glass jar), combine all of your ingredients.
Give the mixture a good stir then microwave for 30 seconds.
Stir and microwave for an additional 30 seconds.
Stir once more and you should be done. If you feel the mixture is still a bit thick, microwave once more for about 15-20 seconds.
You want the mixture to be a little thicker than syrup consistency but, not as thick as peanut butter.
Store in an airtight container (again, I used a glass jar). As long as the products you use do not require you to refrigerate after opening, this will be fine stored in your pantry. If you are using real maple syrup, please store in your fridge. Stir and heat before each use.
breakfast, pancakce, waffle, maple, bacon


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