Homemade Easter Pancakes will have everyone asking for more, please!
If you’re a loyal
stalker follower here at CraftCreateCook, you know I love serving breakfast for dinner. I call it Sunrise at Sunset and my kids also love eating it! One of their favorite breakfast foods is PANCAKES! My absolute go-to pancake I’ve been using for years is from the Better Homes & Gardens Cookbook. I purchased this cookbook when I was in college. It was my absolute favorite cookbook for years! It has all of the basic how-to things for cooking as well as good recipes. My roommate even used it and eventually bought her own when she graduated.
I’ve made this recipe so many times, I memorized the page number (126 in my edition) and then I memorized the recipe. I’ve doubled the recipe, tripled the recipe, and it’s perfect every time. You might think it’s easier to buy a box of pancake mix, but in all honesty, this is so easy to make and so delicious, I don’t bother buying boxed pancake mix!
Now, because I like to be “that” mom, I often make fun pancakes for my kids. At Eastertime I always make Easter egg pancakes. My kids go crazy over them! And I’ve got all the tips and tricks to make them perfect every time. This time I also took advantage of using my Neon Food Coloring which really made some nice pastel Easter colors.
The trick to using a condiment container is to make sure you find one with a wide opening. I’ve been fooled and purchased containers that have a teeny tiny opening when I unscrew the lid. You can always cut the tip off to make it bigger, as you can see from the pink batter.
I find it’s easiest to make smaller eggs as they look cuter and they are easier to flip!
If you like these Easter Pancakes, try some of our other breakfast recipes:
For Easter Grass
To Make Easter Grass