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Kayla Yakimisky

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4 easy steps How to make "Heart Attack on a Plate" Step 1 Gather your ingredients: they are
a pack of uncooked bacon
Aunt Jenima buttermilk complete pancake mix
water
2 eggs
1 tbsp butter Get a large pan and put it on your stove top to heat up. Once you can feel the heat when your hand is 2 feet above it, the pan is warm enough. Put the bacon in the pan and leave it in there to cook until the bacon looks crunchy. Use tongs to take it off the pan and put it on a plate with a piece of paper towel to soak up some of the oiliness. Turn off the flame. Step 3 Then get a griddle and put it on the flame. While it heats up, pour about 3/4 cup of Aunt Jenima Buttermilk Complete mix into the bowl and mix it with about 1-1 1/2 cup water or enough to get a good consistency. Cut the bacon into about 5-6 pieces each with scissors. When the pan is hot enough, put the butter on the pan and spread it until it melts. Pour about 1/3 cup of batter onto the pan and sprinkle about 3 strips worth of cut up bacon onto each pancake you are making at the moment. When the pancakes are cooked on the bottom edge, flip it over with a spatula. When both sides of the pancake are golden brown, put it on the plate. Make 3 or 4 of these pancakes stacked on a plate. Step 4 Reheat the pan you used to cook the bacon. When it is hot enough (again) crack 2 eggs into a small bowl and pour them onto the pan. When you see that the bottom side of the eggs are pure white flip them over. When the other side is white too, put them on top of the stack of pancakes. Now you have a Heart Attack on a Plate. Step 2 Step 5 Enjoy!
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