Monday, May 8, 2017

Pancake Mini Muffins

My family loves muffins and pancakes so I knew we had to give these Pancake Mini Muffins a try!  I first heard about them from my friend Justine and I couldn't wait to give them a try.  I love eating pancakes, but I don't love standing in the kitchen flipping pancakes.  This breakfast recipe is quick, yummy and I bet your family will love it!


 Mini Muffin Ingredients:
Your favorite pancake mix (Aunt Jemima mix + water) 

Toppings:
cinnamon sugar
chocolate chips
pecans
peanut butter
sprinkles
bacon
mini m&ms
jelly
honey
berries

After they've baked: dip the mini muffins in butter & syrup

Prepare the mix as directed, let the mix sit for at least 5 minutes to give it time to puff up a bit and then fill the muffin cups.
I used two cups of dry pancake mix + 1.5 cups of water for 24 mini muffins.

Make the muffin cups really full.

Little hands can be super helpful during the topping part.

 Ready to bake at 350 for 10-12 minutes or until slightly browned.

DONE!
Super fluffy, delicious pancake muffins.
Let cool for just a bit and then serve.

These were delicious right out of the oven and freeze really well, too.
I think it would be handy to make a couple of batches for the freezer so you could just pull out a few at a time for really quick breakfast options.


What toppings would you add to your pancake mini muffins??

I loved the chocolate chip, cinnamon sugar and peanut butter.
My husband loved the plain ones.

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12 comments:

  1. Such a great idea! My kids love pancakes and making these would add to the fun.

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  2. So much fun! These will be perfect this summer for my kiddos as they get up at such different times! I could have them ready in the morning and they can enjoy when they get up! Ha win-win

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  3. Oh these look so yummy and easy! I'd definitely make sprinkle ones and chocolate chip!

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  4. I do these in addition to the mini egg muffins for my hangry morning monster Tell! Yours are adorable and look so fun with the toppings. I'll have to make mine more exciting next time!!

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  5. How easy and yummy are these?! I need to make this on Saturday and let the kids help! They always love helping create fun recipes. :)

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  6. I have always wanted to try these but never have. Now that you have recommended them and shared some topping ideas we might just have to give them a try!

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  7. These little muffins turned out SO cute!!! Waaayyyy cuter than mine did! HA! I will have to make these with all the different toppings this summer...my girls would love it!

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  8. I have been wanting to try this for so long and never have made the time to do so! Maybe we will change that this Summer when we are slower mornings.

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  9. What an easy and great idea. I think my girls would love this.

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  10. Oh. My. Word. A-MAZ-ING idea!!! I can't wait to try. Plus, you can freeze them which is perfect. Pinning this right now.

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  11. Oh my word!!! These look amazing!!! I want to make these this weekend for my kiddos!

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