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Sprinkle Pancakes

Sprinkle Pancakes are the perfect way to start your day but they aren’t just for breakfast any more. The best part of sprinkle pancakes are the smiles you share with family when you enjoy them together.

They are easy, all of my recipes are high in love, don’t have too many ingredients, can be made from scratch or semi homemade. Sprinkle pancakes can be filled with rainbows or chocolate, designed perfectly for holidays and special occasions. You can eat them with a knife and fork or pick them up finger friendly style.

Sprinkle Pancakes

Sprinkle Pancake Easy Recipe Fluffy and Light Perfect For Chefs Of All Ages

Sprinkle pancakes are delicious and the best part about them is they are the breakfast fun my granddaughters and I made up – well maybe we aren’t the only family in the world to ever make them, but with giggles and spoons we mixed up our first batch and now, it’s a family tradition with every delicious sleepover party to have them for breakfast.

DIY means do it your way when enjoying these pancakes.  Add some syrup, top with fruit, melt some butter over the pancake stack or just enjoy them fresh from the pan.


  • Bisquick Shake and Pour Pancake Mix 10.6 oz:
  • 1 and 1/2 cups Water:
  • Rainbow Sugar Sprinkles:


  1. Shake the pancake mix in the container around a bit to loosen it up
  2. Add 1 and 1/2 cups of cool water
  3. Replace the container cap and shake, shake, shake. Shake it up really good to avoid any lumps in the batter
  4. Pour about half the batter into a 1 cup or larger measuring cup
  5. Add desired amount of rainbow sugar sprinkles – mix well so there is lots of yummy sprinkles in the batter, but not too many or it will make your batter really thick
  6. Heat your skillet or pan either one will work great
  7. Add some butter to the pan until it melts
  8. Pour a small amount of batter to form your pancakes and as they “fluff” add some more to get your desired size pancake.
  9. When the pancake starts to puff up use a spatula and turn to cook the other side
  10. The pancake almost instantly puffs up and is ready in seconds to remove from the skillet.
  11. Use up all of the pancake batter adding as many or as few sprinkles as you and your family like until all of the batter becomes your favorite sprinkle pancakes.
  12. Note** I love using the Bisquick Shake and Pour Pancake Mix but you could definitely substitute your own favorite pancake mix recipe and add your favorite flavor sprinkles to the batter.

And if all that wasn’t enough – be creative and make some do it yourself gourmet pancakes too – sometimes a whoosh of whipped cream and a cherry on top is a sweet treat any time of the day!

DIY Do It Yourself

DIY is Do It Yourself and we love the freedom to design it and build it our way!  Whether you are renovating and updating a room in your home, adding some spice to your decorations, making up a new recipe or building a Valentine’s Day surprise, count us in because we probably are too.  Keeping a sense of humor is an absolute must with home projects, anyone who has every watched Renovation Realities on DIY Network knows it can be frustrating.

Do it with love and imagination, do it with less money or just enjoy doing it with your family.  It’s all about being creative, having a vision of the end and a Plan B in case that doesn’t work.  We are grateful to fellow bloggers and especially Pinterest, there is so much how to information and great ideas to get you started on your way.

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