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If you follow us regularly, you probably already know that we love pancakes. Pancakes are one of the few foods that my daughter will always eat. We have gotten inventive with our pancakes over the last year & breakfast has never been more fun. Pancake art has become a favorite for us both on the weekends. Sometimes, she puts in a special request & it becomes a challenge to see what we can come up with. Even if they don’t come out right they are still delicious. Today, my little girl said that she wanted cupcake pancakes. Here is what we came up with.
Start with a basic pancake recipe. We added a couple of Tbsps of chocolate powder to our recipe.
Use a mixer to blend the batter well. Make sure to get out all the lumps.
Use a funnel to fill a squeeze bottle.
Use the squeeze bottle to draw out your cupcake.
Let the pancake cook until bubbling & flip. Cook on the opposite side for a few minutes & put on a plate.
Add whipped cream and sprinkles to finish your cupcake off. My daughter was so excited & the pancakes were a big hit.
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My daughter loves pancakes. We make pancakes together every weekend. Sometimes they are just plain pancakes, sometimes she wants apples in them & others it is chocolate chips and on occasion she asks for pancakes in the shapes of her favorite things, like princess pancakes.
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She had two requests this morning. She wanted butterflies & she wanted sprinkles. Challenge accepted!
Start with a basic pancake recipe or you can use ours.
1 cup of flour
1 tbsp brown sugar
2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp of salt
1 cup of milk
2 tbsp vegetable oil
1 tsp vanilla
1 egg white
Directions: Mix all the ingredients together. Use a blender to mix the batter to get out any clumps.
Use a funnel to funnel the batter into a condiment squeeze bottle.
Squeeze out the mixture to form the butterfly’s body, which is basically a line with a circle on top.
Draw in the wings with the mixture. **Note: If the batter get stuck, squeeze it off to the side to clear any clumps.**
Add lines to the inside of the wings.
Sprinkle rainbow sprinkles into the empty spots between the wings.
Squeeze batter over the sprinkles filling in the empty spaces.
Cook the pancakes as usual until they begin to bubble & then flip and cook on the other side. Serve them up with syrup or plain.
My daughter loved her pretty pancakes. We gobbled all of them up this morning. These were so fun to make & easier then they seem.
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