The Chew: Granola Pancakes & Caramelized Banana Syrup + Smoothie

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The Chew April 15 2016 Recap

The hosts of The Chew were all about breakfast during their Thursday April 15 episode! Whether you’re a morning person or not, these delicious recipes will have you hopping out of bed, or at least considering it! Michael Symon’s Granola Pancakes and Caramelized Banana Syrup will forever change the way you look at pancakes! If you want something a little lighter, Clinton Kelly’s Morning Smoothie has just what you need to get going!

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The Chew: Granola Pancakes With Caramelized Banana Syrup

The Chew: Granola Pancakes & Caramelized Banana Syrup + Smoothie

Michael Symon prepared an incredibly flavorful breakfast recipe to kick off your day! His Granola Pancakes with Caramelized Banana Syrup were a hit! (25690635@N03 / Flickr)

It’s hard to imagine sitting down for a breakfast feast that doesn’t include pancakes. But why eat plain pancakes when you can have Granola Pancakes with Caramelized Banana Syrup? Saturday Night Live‘s Vanessa Bayer isn’t usually rendered speechless, but this recipe nearly did it!

–> The Chew: Granola Pancakes With Caramelized Banana Syrup

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The Chew: Morning Smoothie Recipe

Then, because Clinton Kelly recently began counting calories as a way to control his health, he wanted to show viewers how he begins his day. This Morning Smoothie tastes like dessert, but the fruity drink clocks in at under 100 calories! Clinton’s co-hosts could attest to the fact that he blends up the peanut butter, chocolate, and banana mixture every morning, thanks to the ritual “whirring” of the blender!

–> The Chew: Morning Smoothie Recipe

The Chew: Marlene Schrager’s German Breakfast Recipe

Finally, the hosts wanted to share a bit of a heavier breakfast that makes for a great brunch, or even dinner if you’re feeling adventurous! Lee Schrager shared a recipe for his mom’s German Breakfast, following it with the hilarious explanation that he actually usually ate this recipe for dinner, with his family who isn’t even German! No matter when you eat or where you came from, this recipe is one you’ll certainly enjoy!

–> The Chew: Marlene Schrager’s German Breakfast Recipe

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