Wednesday, August 8, 2012
Mini Pancake Bites
Summer's coming to an end soon and next week I'll be sending the oldest 2 girls back to school (at least I'll have one home with me still). We've had a great summer and I hope I've done a good job in helping them to create some awesome memories!
Part of those memories include food, what can I say? Some days I think my life revolves around it but I wouldn't have it any other way. They've enjoyed our little hand-held breakfast dishes just as much as I have, from the mini omelets to the pumpkin donut holes. And just the other day we made these adorable pancake bites.
I had these in mind to add to my freezer stash, right before school starts I try to start adding lots of pancakes, waffles, muffins and anything else that might make our mornings a little bit easier. I used my go-to pancake recipe for the base and added in different mixings. The kids even had fun helping to prepare these, I let them drop the blueberries and sausage into the muffin wells. We ended up with about 2 dozen blueberry and 2 dozen sausage pancake bites. Served with a little bit of maple syrup, these were amazing! Perfect for their tiny hands and I was able to put away a good amount for the freezer. They'll come in handy in the next few weeks, that's for sure!
Mini Pancake Bites
2 c flour
2 tbsp sugar
4 tsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
1 1/2 c milk
1/2 c oil
Fillings such as blueberries, sausage or bacon
Maple syrup to serve with
Preheat oven to 350. Grease or butter 2 mini muffin tins and set aside. In a large bowl combine flour, sugar, baking powder and salt. Add in eggs, milk and oil and mix well. With a small cookie scoop, drop batter into muffin wells, about 3/4 full. Drop in desired fillings, I used 2 blueberries for each one or just a couple chopped pieces of sausage for the others. Bake for 8-9 mins. Serve with syrup on the side. Makes 48 pancake bites, store your extras in the freezer.
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Those sound simple and delicious. I really like that you can add whatever fillings you want. I'm definitely going to have to make up a batch to freeze before school starts. Thanks, Steph!ReplyDelete
Sign me up for these. A dippable pancake with everything in it?!?! Awesome!ReplyDelete
Hey there! Can you tell me how to defrost or how long you suggest putting in the microwave please?ReplyDelete
I just pull them out of the freezer about 15 mins before heating. I usually warm them in the oven for about 10 mins. or until warm. If they're thawed out, in the microwave I would warm them for about 1 minute or so. They shouldn't take long to heat up. You could probably even warm them while still frozen, just will take a few minutes longer. Hope that helps!Delete