Birthday Funfetti Pancakes

20 September 2012

Funfetti Birthday Pancakes.

This will now be a birthday tradition in our house. These were so delicious and I could see kids looking forward to their birthdays for these pancakes alone!

I decided to make these when I came up with an idea to figure out a way to make two birthday treats from one box of cake mix.

This is pretty easy. Just take 1 1/2 cups of Funfetti cake mix, 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil, 3/4 cup of milk and 1 egg and mix it all together.

Heat a pancake skillet on the stove over medium low heat and spray with cooking spray. I tried both small and large pancakes. The large ones did not work so well. So I'd say to use 3 tablespoons of batter per pancake (I have a stainless steel spring scoop in that size).

Cook for 3 minutes and flip...4 will burn. Cook for an additional 3 minutes on the other side and then transfer to a plate. This will make about 12 small pancakes.

Next, take your choice of frosting. We used this:
 Melt your desired amount in a microwave safe bowl. Add milk until it is the consistency of a glaze (so you can drizzle it). Mix in sprinkles if you want - I did!!!

Serve your special someone their birthday pancakes!!!


13 comments:

  1. Always looking for a special treat to make for my hubby's birthday breakfast. Love this!

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  2. YUMMY
    These are wonderful!:)
    I really wish I could eat a few right now

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  3. Hi! I am hoping to make these for my daughter's third birthday party (we're having a brunch). Do you know if they would still be okay if we made the night before (or even a few days before) and just heated up the morning of the party? I would like to make them in advance if I could and just stick them in the oven the morning of the party to heat up if possible! Let me know if you've ever done that. Thanks!

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  4. Hi! I am hoping to make these for my daughter's third birthday party (we're having a brunch). Do you know if they would still be okay if we made the night before (or even a few days before) and just heated up the morning of the party? I would like to make them in advance if I could and just stick them in the oven the morning of the party to heat up if possible! Let me know if you've ever done that. Thanks!

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    1. Hello!

      I don't know how good the quality would be (I don't pay attention because I like them anyway!) but we always freeze our extras and place them in the toaster when we're ready to eat them. I don't think leaving them in the fridge would be a good idea, but freezing them always seems to work with pancakes and waffles I have left over!!

      Kaitlyn (:

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  5. Awesome!!! These were soo good I just shared on my blog....we just added some chocolate chips since my daughter has a extra sweet sweet tooth ;) Thanks for the great recipie

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  6. Oh man these look freaking delicious! I'm pretty sure I'll be making these for Jeff on his birthday in May. I just know he'll love them!

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  8. I just found this post and wow do these look amazing!! I LOVE that frosting, too. :)

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  9. I can't find it anywhere this year! We will have to settle for another flavor ):

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  10. That's awful :) I haven't looked lately, but I will be super diappointed if I can't find it.

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