We are big fans of pancakes around here.
We have had “Smurf Pancakes”, we had green pancakes with rainbow sprinkles on St. Patrick’s Day, etc…
Easter Egg Pancakes are a first though. I thought this would be a fun way to get the girls excited about the upcoming holiday (and see if I could pull it off)!
Well, mission accomplished! The Easter Egg Pancakes were a success and we will be having them on Easter morning for breakfast too!
I used one of the recipes from an earlier post, The Casa Bella Swedish Pancake Factory, my personal favorite, Gail’s Swedish Pancakes, is the recipe I used. I’m sure part of the reason this recipe is my favorite one is because Gail is my mom and I grew up eating these amazing pancakes!
So how did I make these Easter Egg Pancakes?
Here’s the recipe:
- 2 cups Bisquick™
- 2 cups milk
- 2 eggs
- cooking spray
- Neon food coloring
- decorating icing
- spring sprinkles
- whipped cream
- Beat Bisquick™, milk and eggs together until batter is smooth.
- Heat cooking spray in small (8”), non-stick skillet over medium-low heat.
- Pour ¼ cup batter to cover
- Slowly, with a tablespoon, scoop batter into skillet forming the shape of an egg.
- Add 1-2 drops of each neon color food coloring.
- Gently swirl with a fork to make a swirl pattern.
- Cook until bubbles start popping; flip and cook other side until light brown.
- Serve with butter, syrup and whipped cream.
(other Easter posts)
- 3 Cheap and Easy Ideas for Better Food Photography
- Classic Egg Salad
- Dyeing Easter Eggs on a Dime
- Hard-boiled Eggs
- Mashed Purple Potatoes
- Meatloaf Surprise
- Mommy Diary Monday: Easter Baskets are NOT Easy
- Roasted Duck