Ground Beef Pancake Tacos

As a kid, who am I kidding, as an adult I love breakfast so much that I'll eat it any meal of the day. That got me to thinking about how I could make breakfast food feel more dinner-y. Well, step one was making it savory. Ooh, a savory pancake! Yes! Ok. From there all of the pieces fell into place—eggs, scallions, ground beef, corn. Ugh, it's so easy to make and so delicious. Thanks to this recipe, Taco Tuesday will forever be celebrated right!


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PREP TIME: 5 minutes

COOK TIME: 25 minutes, divided

TOTAL TIME: 30 minutes


3 Overstuffed Pancake Tacos



All Purpose Flour (1 cup)

Baking Powder (1 tsp)

Salt (1/2 tsp)

Egg (1, beaten)

Whole Milk (1 cup)

Canned Corn (1 cup)

Scallion (1 stalk, thinly sliced)

Fresh Dill (1 tbsp, finely chopped)


Ground Beef (1/2 lb)

Vidalia Onion (2 tbsp, chopped)


Eggs (4, beaten)

Canned Corn (3 tbsp)

Scallion (1 stalk, finely sliced)

Fresh Dill (1 tbsp, finely chopped)

Unsalted Butter (4 tbsp)



Hot Sauce (optional)


Stand Mixer With Paddle Attachment

Frying Pan (2)


Rubber Spatula


1. TO MAKE YOUR PANCAKES. in your stand mixer on a low speed, combine your flour, baking powder, and salt.

Add in your egg and milk and continue to mix until you have an even texture.

Add in your corn, scallion, and dill.

Heat your frying pan over medium-high heat.

Coat it with butter—about 1 tbsp.

Use your ladle to scoop 1/3 of your pancake batter onto your heated frying pan.

Allow to cook without touching until bubbles being to vigorously bubble around the edges of your pancake. Using your spatula, peek under it. If it is golden brown flip it and repeat—about 2 minutes on each side.

Repeat for all of your pancakes.

Set aside. 

2. TO COOK YOUR GROUND BEEF. heat your frying pan over medium-high heat. 

Add in your ground beef and allow it to sear without moving it until it browns—about 2 minutes.

Use your spatula to flip it and let it sit and sear again—about 2 minutes. (there will still be red in the middle at this point)

Add in your chopped onions.

Use your spatula to break your ground beef into small pieces.

Continue to move your meet and onions around until your onions have softened and your meat is fully browned and has zero red left in it—about 3 minutes.

3. TO MAKE YOUR EGGS. over low-medium heat, coat your frying pan with butter.

Season your 4 beaten eggs with salt and pepper.

Pour your eggs into your frying pan. 

Using your rubber spatula, scramble them.

Cook to your liking. 

4. TO PUT IT ALL TOGETHER. lay your pancakes down.

Scoop 1/3 of your eggs on top of each one.

Scoop ground beef to your liking on top of your eggs. 

Sprinkle on 1/3  your corn, scallions and dill on top of all of your loaded pancakes.

OPTIONAL: drizzle hot sauce over the top.