Pancake Muffins for Kids!

Pancakes aren’t the norm around here. Somehow I find it easier to scramble up eggs than to mix batter, pull out a griddle and wait for bubbles to form. But in efforts to switch things up, lately I’ve made a couple batches of…

pancake muffins- for kids

As usual, you could totally scratch off the ‘for kids’ because I’m chowed down on quite a few of these myself. Ah, the duties of recipe testing Winking smile

The best part about these little muffins is that they are adaptable to any diet! Simply pick your pancake mix of choice: from scratch buttermilk pancakes your thing? Go for it! Prefer gluten-free? Grab some Bob Red Mill’s! Need it to be vegan? Use a mix with no egg or milk. Whole wheat strike your fancy? Do ittttt.

pancake muffins- 2 tbsp mix
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Spray a muffin tin well with nonstick spray (or you can use coconut oil). Add about 2 Tablespoons of batter to each cup.

Then, choose your toppings or let the kids pick what they’d prefer!

pancake muffins- mix ins

Other fun mix-in ideas:

-sweet potato or pumpkin puree
-protein powder
-shredded carrots
-dark chocolate chips

Add about 1 Tablespoon of mix-ins per cup.
pancake muffins- 1 tbsp mixins

Really push the toppings into the batter, unless you want them to just top the muffin when baked.

Bake for 12-14 minutes until a toothpick can be stuck in and come out clean.

pancake muffins- bake 13 minutes

You can serve them up right then and there…

pancake muffins-serve

or let them cool completely and keep them in an airtight container for fast breakfasts all week long.

pancake muffins- devour

Simply microwave for 15ish seconds or, a preferred method, the toaster oven.

pancake muffins

Enjoy and happy weekend!

What are is your favorite pancake flavor?

I’ love banana nut or blueberry walnut!

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Comments

  1. says

    This is GENIUS! I am a pancake lover through and through. We just had them last night for dinner! Blueberry or banana are my favorite. Can’t wait to try this!

  2. Liz says

    Thanks for the idea! Like you, I never make pancakes, and when I do, I am frustrated by how long they take to cook and how they always stick to the pan.

  3. Kathryn says

    Absolutely love this idea! I get so tired of standing over the griddle to cook the whole batter amount so I can save the leftover pancakes in the fridge for a quick breakfast. This is genius!

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  5. says

    Ooh! Another fantastic recipe! These muffins are definitely something that my entire family would love- not just the Toddler. I’m pretty sure I could eat an entire batch on my own :)

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