Creamy, rich, peanut butter syrup makes a fantastic topping for your favorite stack of homemade pancakes or waffles.
While you can absolutely make a delicious peanut butter maple syrup with just two ingredients (2 parts maple syrup to 1 part creamy peanut butter) – and I do this quite often, there’s something fun about making it a little more special.
I’ve taken my Grandmother’s waffle sauce and added peanut butter to create a creamy, rich, smooth syrup that’s certain to make every peanut butter lover’s breakfast dreams come true.
While delicious on pancakes, try drizzling some of this syrup over a bowl of diced apples and bananas with chopped peanuts and mini chocolate chips. It is quite the treat at snack time.
Or next time you are enjoying a scoop of ice cream before bedtime, top it with a bit of leftover peanut butter pancake syrup. You won’t regret it.
Peanut Butter Syrup Recipe
You can whip up this syrup recipe in less than 5 minutes. Start by thoroughly whisking the flour and sugar together before adding the milk. If you have the flour and sugar lump free it should keep your syrup lump free as you add the milk.
Heat over low to medium heat until the sauce has thickened and gently bubbled. Avoid a hard rolling boil. Just a low simmer is all that it needed. Keep whisking. Add your peanut butter and keep whisking it on the heat until it is smoothly combined.
After removing from the heat add your vanilla and butter. Stir until combined. Serve warm over a stack of fluffy pancakes. Our favorite though is poured over Chocolate Pancakes.
How to Make Peanut Butter Syrup
You’ll need the following ingredients to make this recipe:
- creamy peanut butter
- vanilla extract
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Have you ever been mid-pancake making and panicked because you were out of maple syrup? Trust me, it happens to the best of us! Which is why I love having options that I can whip up in no time.
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Servings: 12 servings
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In a small saucepan, whisk together the flour and sugar. Add the milk and set the stove heat to medium. Whisk smooth and continue stirring or whisking frequently as it cooks.
Continue cooking until the sauce begins to bubble and has thickened, about 3 minutes. Add the peanut butter and whisk to melt.
Remove the pan from the heat, add the vanilla and stir to combine. Add butter and stir to melt. Pour the warm sauce over hot waffles or pancakes.
Calories: 153kcal · Carbohydrates: 17g · Protein: 4g · Fat: 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