I remember as a kid my mom made us Mickey Mouse pancakes, or pancakes with one big circle and two little circles on top for the ears. It made Saturdays feel special and fun. With the lack of family meals these days due to our rush-rush-rush lifestyles, a good pancake recipe can help bring the whole family together, if only on a Saturday morning. The cool thing about pancakes is that you can whip up a big batch once a week to reheat throughout the week. You can make each morning feel special even if you only have a few minutes to heat them up and inhale them before rushing out of the house. Without further ado, here are some mouthwatering pancake recipes that the whole family will surely devour!
These look like dessert for breakfast! That’s because it basically is. There is actual cake mix in this pancake recipe and it’s topped with a sugary glaze. Maybe serve it with some veggies or a protein. (Pin it here.)
These lovely pancakes continue the festive sprinkle theme, but at least they have a little fruit to make it a bit of a healthier breakfast. (Pin it here.)
This pancake recipe is healthier still with no oil or butter. The author uses peanut flour for the peanut buttery taste and the topping is healthy as well! (Pin it here.)
Speaking of delicious gluten-free recipes..this one looks amazing and totally reminds me of fall. (Pin it here.)
Now this sounds like the perfect pancake recipe; but we all know that bacon makes everything better! There’s also a link in this post for homemade maple syrup and tips for perfectly crispy bacon. (Pin it here.)
How sweet does this recipe look? I mean, literally, so sweet and decadent! It also uses natural maple water which until now was a totally foreign ingredient to me. (Pin it here.)
I’ve had chocolate chip pancakes, but never chocolate pancakes! This is another glorious gluten free pancake recipe. (Pin it here.)
These are called “oatcakes” because of the use of oatmeal in the batter. Something else found in the batter is maple syrup..yum! (Pin it here.)
This pancake recipe looks incredibly decadent but it has a hidden odd ingredient: cauliflower! (Pin it here.)
To finish off the recipes is a more classic recipe with a twist. This blueberry pancake recipe has blueberry flaxseed granola from Naturebox—a granola I have actually tried and loved! (Pin it here.) I actually haven’t made pancakes in a long time, but I’m feeling quite inspired now! Which pancake recipe will you try first?
Featured photo credit: Diary of a Semi-Health Nut via semihealthyblog.com