These American breakfast tacos are the perfect on-the-go way to get a full breakfast food truck style. Light and fluffy pancakes act as a vehicle for thick slices of bacon, melted cheese, and fried eggs. Smother the whole thing in maple syrup and you have the best breakfast ever!
I love American food culture. I feel like no one can do food quite like American can. No one loves food quite like we do. No one. Don't try and tell me its all about French cooking. We make our food the way we live our lives. To the absolute limit with no holds barred.We embrace different techniques and heritages and create something entirely new and wonderful, but with loving notes of nostalgia. So when America's Best Breakfasts came out, I was all over it. I don't think there could be a better book for me as a breakfast lover.
The book is broken down by regions of the country, then each recipe is labeled with the city, state, and cafe/bakery it came from. So as you can imagine, there is incredible variety here. There is something for everyone. Sweet, savory, healthy, and decadent. I couldn't find a recipe that I wanted to start with, so I took the decision to my sister and her fiancee. It took them less than five minutes to find the recipe for American breakfast tacos aka pacos and decide they needed me to make it.
What I love about these American breakfast tacos (sorry, I can't bring myself to use the term paco yet) is that it is really a non-recipe. You can use your favorite pancake recipe and fill with bacon, eggs, and cheese, then smother in maple syrup. They did have a recipe for the pancakes though and I think it is officially my new favorite pancake recipe. It is so light and fluffy and completely amazing, especially if you use melted butter instead of oil. Yum!! I also used cheddar instead of American cheese like the original recipe because I am not a fan of American cheese, but you can really use whatever you want.
This is also great with scrambled eggs. Top your pacos with any of your favorite toppings. Avocado, tomato, pico de gallo, and any number of things go great here. Calculations are estimations, use your own calculations using the brands you specifically used for more accurate numbers.
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 576Total Fat: 34gSaturated Fat: 13gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 19gCholesterol: 308mgSodium: 1375mgCarbohydrates: 38gFiber: 1gSugar: 12gProtein: 28g
This is also great with scrambled eggs.
Top your pacos with any of your favorite toppings. Avocado, tomato, pico de gallo, and any number of things go great here.
Calculations are estimations, use your own calculations using the brands you specifically used for more accurate numbers.