Pulled Pork Pancakes with Whiskey Maple Syrup Recipe

Fluffy, made-from-scratch pancakes layered with tender BBQ pulled pork and drenched in a whiskey maple syrup is a delicious, over-the-top combination you won’t believe…until you try it.

This will be the perfect brunch for the sweet people and the savory people, all on one impressive plate. Smoky shredded BBQ pork, gorgeous pancakes, crisp on the outside and soft on the inside. Finished off with a sweet maple syrup that has just a touch of your favorite whiskey.

Fluffy, made-from-scratch pancakes layered with tender BBQ pulled pork and drenched in a whiskey maple syrup is a delicious, over-the-top combination you won’t believe…until you try it.
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This is a great brunch recipe when you’re blessed with pulled pork leftovers. And if you wanted to top the whole shebang off with a couple sunny-side-up eggs, well, you better take a picture, because that’s the only thing that will last longer!

Needing more syrup, or more pancakes? Just click and slide the number next to “servings” on the recipe card below to adjust the ingredients to match how many you’re feeding—the recipe does the math for you, it’s that easy.

Let’s talk about Pulled Pork:

If you’ve never made it before, head over to Slow Cooker Pulled Pork, the best and easiest BBQ pork recipe you’ll ever make. No pre-browning. No stovetop work. Literally just set it and forget it.

Fluffy, made-from-scratch pancakes layered with tender BBQ pulled pork and drenched in a whiskey maple syrup is a delicious, over-the-top combination you won’t believe…until you try it.

You pick your favorite sauce, of course. Like this copycat Sweet Baby Ray recipe, which is to die for.

But leftover pulled pork is phenomenal, too. All you need is about a cup of pulled pork to feed four hungry people, a bit more if you want seconds. Got some frozen pulled pork in the icebox? Find it and put it to use.

Now let’s discuss pancakes:

Have you tried Healthy Pancake Mix? You’re missing out if you haven’t.

These savory pancakes hold up well to the smoky pork and the sweet syrup.

It’s a family recipe that keeps well in the pantry and can be customized exactly the way you like. A little cornmeal for crunch, a little buckwheat flour for nutty flavor, or coconut flour if you’re watching your carbs.
Fluffy, made-from-scratch pancakes layered with tender BBQ pulled pork and drenched in a whiskey maple syrup is a delicious, over-the-top combination you won’t believe…until you try it.

What a genius pancake recipe!

Of course, if you have a tried and true recipe, by all means, use it. It’s gonna be fabulous.

How to make Whiskey Maple Syrup

  1. Mix together the water, corn syrup, sugar and salt in a small saucepan. Bring the syrup to a boil, but keep your eye on it because it will boil over if left alone.
  2. Let it cook for about 5 minutes, then remove it from the heat.
  3. Next, all you have to do is mix in the maple flavoring and the hooch. Serve the syrup warm.

How to make real maple syrup with bourbon:

When only the best will do, use real maple syrup! Your pancakes will appreciate it. Here’s how to make syrup with JD, or any other bourbon you got sitting around.

In a medium saucepan, heat the amount of maple syrup that you think you need over medium heat.
Add whiskey to taste and bring to a gentle boil for a couple of minutes. Keep warm to serve.
Store leftovers in the refrigerator and reheat when you make it again.

How to make Pulled Pork Pancakes with Whiskey Maple Syrup:

Got the pulled pork?
Got the pancakes made?
What about the syrup?

Great! You can make pulled pork pancakes assembly-style so everyone can eat at once.

  1. Place the number of plates you need down on the counter and put a warm pancake down on each plate.
  2. Next, a little scoop of barbecue pulled pork goes on each pancake.
    Fluffy, made-from-scratch pancakes layered with tender BBQ pulled pork and drenched in a whiskey maple syrup is a delicious, over-the-top combination you won’t believe…until you try it.
  3. Top this with another pancake. Add a little more pork, then one more pancake so everyone gets three flapjacks each.
  4. Serve with the syrup on the side so everyone can drizzle as they see fit.

 

4.5 from 4 votes

Pulled Pork Pancakes with Whiskey Maple Syrup

Fluffy, made-from-scratch pancakes layered with tender BBQ pulled pork and drenched in a whiskey maple syrup is a delicious, over-the-top combination you won’t believe…until you try it.
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Keyword pancakes, pork
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 45 minutes
Servings 4 servings
Calories 939kcal

For the Whiskey Maple Syrup:

  • 2 cups water
  • 2 cups dark corn syrup
  • 1 cup sugar
  • ¼ teaspoon Salt
  • 1 tablespoon whiskey
  • 1 teaspoon maple flavored extract

For the Pulled Pork Pancakes:

  • 12 pancakes see notes
  • 1 cup prepared pulled pork with barbecue sauce
  • Butter for serving
  • Whiskey Maple Syrup for serving
  • In a small saucepan, combine water, corn syrup, sugar, and salt. Bring to a boil; boil 5 minutes (Warning: the syrup may boil over if you don’t keep an eye on it).
  • Remove from heat and cool at least 15 minutes. Stir in whiskey and maple flavoring.
  • Place 1 pancake each on 4 plates. Layer about 2 tablespoons pulled pork on each pancake. Top with a second pancake, then another 2 tablespoons pulled pork on each plate. Finally, layer a third pancake on each stack.
  • Top each stack with a pat of butter. Serve with warm Whiskey Maple Syrup. Store leftover Whiskey Maple Syrup in the refrigerator.

Recipe Notes

This recipe was designed with my Homemade Healthy Pancake Mix in mind, but you may substitute 12 pancakes of your choosing. If using my mix, you’ll need 3 to 4 batches worth of mix. Use a measuring cup to portion out ¼ cup or ½ cup pancakes.
To create the giant stack that I have pictured in this recipe, you’ll need 2 batches worth of pancake mix portioned out in ½ cup amounts.
The Whiskey Maple Syrup recipe will yield about 1 quart.
This recipe is inspired by something I saw on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives.

Nutrition

Calories: 939kcal

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  1. Robert

    Nice but water, corn syrup and sugar isnt maple syrup, its just syrup, use real maple and blend with whiskey over a low heat ;) orrrr add a small amount of maple extract/ flavour to your syrup recipe3 stars

    1. meggan

      Maple extract is in the recipe! But you’re still right. Not maple syrup. I should call it Whiskey Maple FLAVORED syrup. Thanks Robert!

  2. Will

    Breakfast? Or dinner? Or heaven?

    1. meggan

      You are so nice, Will. All the above? At least to me. :)

  3. Are my eyes playing tricks on me? Because oh my gosh is this not the most wonderful breakfast I’ve ever seen. Seriously. All my favorite things. And I’m a huge maple syrup fan (and snob!) so I’m loving this whiskey maple syrup. 

    1. meggan

      Hi Liz, thank you so much! Thanks for “getting me.” Because I personally thought this was the best idea ever but you never know what the Internet is going to think! Great to “see” you! I hope you had the best time ever at Indulge! So jealous that you went!

  4. Oh my god how decadent is this! I sure love a good stack of pancakes on the weekend and usually add crispy bacon and maple syrup. I definitely will be trying your pulled pork version.. along with that killer whiskey syrup!

    1. meggan

      Thank you so much, Thalia! Bacon, pork, it’s all pretty much the same right?! So maybe the barbecue sauce is a little out there, but it totally works. Thank you for your support!!!

  5. I’m so glad you mentioned NOT putting sugar in your pancake mix, Meggan. I will have to click back and check that out because I really can’t stand overly sweet pancakes (before you’ve added any extra sweetness, I mean … that’s OK of course!) 
    Now to be honest my dad would think this was very strange (just because we never eat anything like it in the UK) BUT I’m also pretty sure he’d be quickly converted after trying it!
    I for one wouldn’t say no to a big pile of these tomorrow morning! 5 stars

    1. meggan

      That was my favorite feature of my late grandfather-in-law’s homemade pancake mix! It was so good without having sugar in it. Makes me wonder why any pancake better would ever need sugar in it. Like you said, it’s just overkill if you’re going to pile on fresh fruit (or drown it in syrup….). I could totally see your dad thinking you were [insert British phrase for crazy here]. But pulled pork is the best! Having said that, maybe start him off with a pulled pork sandwich first, ha ha! :) 

  6. Love, love, love everything here. That stack of pancakes, all layered with pulled pork! Hold me back, so awesome. What a great idea of the maple syrup and whiskey, too. What dad wouldn’t grub on this one!

    1. meggan

      Thank you so much, Kevin! I designed this with dads in mind everywhere. And although my husband isn’t a huge whiskey drinker, he loved it in the maple syrup!

  7. This is a great use of your pulled pork Meggan! Great combination! pinned!

    1. meggan

      Thank you so much, Mira! I appreciate the pin. It is a delicious combination, even if it sounds strange. It’s my new favorite idea! :)

  8. Now this is the epitome of sweet and savory! Move over chicken and waffles – pulled pork pancakes are in town!5 stars

    1. meggan

      Right?! Chicken & waffles = so last year. Breakfast needed a makeover! Thanks Kathleen!

  9. This is an EXCELLENT breakfast! My Uncle used to made Pork Curry with Waffles for breakfast for birthdays when we were young  :D but honestly this pulled pork with the Whiskey Maple syrup?? I would love this instead!! 

    1. meggan

      Pork Curry with Waffles?? That sounds crazy AND delicious! What a fabulous uncle. :) People just take breakfast too seriously sometimes, we gotta liven things up!

  10. Now this is a manly breakfast, but I would eat the whole thing.  Sorry dad, I’m not sharing, Meggan will make you your own stack :)5 stars

    1. meggan

      Thanks, Ginger, for believing in my pipe-dream pulled pork pancakes. I hope you had a great weekend!

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