Healthy Celebration Pancakes is the ultimate breakfast recipe to energize you for the day.
Looking for a guilt-free way to celebrate National Pancake Day or a birthday or anniversary? Just in case you needed an excuse to make pancakes. These festive and celebratory funfetti pancakes are simple to make.
There aren’t many foods quite as festive, fun, and cheery as these pancakes. Well, except maybe my Easy Rainbow Cake! Not only do these funfetti pancakes look fun with their happy colors from sprinkles, but they taste every bit as yummy as they look.
Healthy Celebration Pancakes
Fluffy, sweet and with a taste similar to funfetti birthday cake. Literally, these pancakes are a celebration on a plate. I used Arrowhead Mills Buttermilk Pancake and Waffle Mix. As well, I have used Jiffy Baking Mix, baking mix not cornbread mix.
Please keep in mind that nutritional information is a rough estimate and can vary based on products used.
These pancakes freeze well. Place wax paper between each pancake and put them in a Ziploc bag. The wax paper will help them to separate easily.
Fake-out Healthy Celebration Pancakes
- Heat griddle on medium. I use a non-stick griddle.
- Mix baking mix, eggs, protein, applesauce and milk. Mix will be loose.
- Set aside 5 minutes while griddle is heating. Batter will thicken.
- Using an ice cream scoop, pour one scoop full on hot griddle. Sprinkle top with a pinch of sprinkles (or as many as you like). Cook until bubbles form in middle and edges begin to dry. Flip to second side and cook until brown.
- Only flip once and you're pancake will be fluffier.
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