We all flip for Sunday morning pancake feeds, but it only takes a few pancake breakfasts for your plain old pancake recipe to make you wanna hit snooze. We’ve rounded up 16 pancake recipes that are simple to make, yet anything but basic. Your fam won’t have any trouble polishing off the entire stack.
When spreading Nutella on top of your pancakes isn’t enough, this simple pancake recipe is the right stuff. The secret to stuffing a layer of chocolatey Nutella into your pancake is freezing it into a disc first.
What do you do when you can’t decide between cinnamon rolls and pancakes for breakfast? Cinnamon roll pancakes! This genius breakfast recipe combines the quickness and ease of pancakes from scratch with the scrumptious sugar n’ spice of cinnamon rolls to make all of your brunch dreams come true.
The phrase “flat as a pancake” gets lost in translation with these sky-high Japanese pancakes. Fat, fluffy, and perfectly round, these hotcakes are elevated to lofty new heights.
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Two old friends that go great together!
What’s an aebleskiver? We’re sorry you have to ask — because it means you’ve never had the pleasure of tasting these delightful mini pancakes. (Which, to confuse us even further, are also known as ebelskivers). Luckily, they’re easier to make than they are to pronounce.
If it can be a cake, it can be a pancake.
Kids will love making fun shaped pancakes with cookies cutters. This basic pancake recipe is also great for putting a seasonal spin on your breakfast.
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Here’s a pancake recipe that will satisfy even those in the savory breakfast camp. These are loaded with bacon, corn, chives, and cheeeeeeese.
Set the tone for an indulgent weekend with PB pancake recipe from Pretty. Simple. Sweet.
What kid wouldn’t be stoked to wake up to green pancakes on St. Patrick’s Day? I Heart Nap Time‘s easy recipe is topped with Lucky Charms marshmallows.
These pancakes from Southern Living are definitely walking the line between breakfast and dessert, but wouldn’t you love to serve these to your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day?
Your kids’ll fight over these cute pancakes from DaveHax — and it really doesn’t take as much artistic skill to pull off as you’d think.
Did you know that you can make pancakes without milk, flour, or sugar? These amazing pancakes from Bridget Davis, The Internet Chef are made with just bananas and eggs.
Those ingenious moms at What’s Up Moms have come up with a new way to make mini pancakes — in a muffin tin.
Don’t just treat yourself to an ordinary pancake breakfast on your birthday — celebrate with these special pancakes from Food Network with rainbow sprinkles mixed in and rich cream cheese frosting on top.
Let Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking show you how to make pancakes filled with shredded carrots and warm spices à la your favorite springtime cake. You could almost consider them healthy, if it weren’t for that dollop of delicious cream cheese frosting.
You won’t be disappointed with Pasadena Daisy’s classic buttermilk pancake recipe dotted with fresh, ripe blueberries.