Birthday Mini Pancakes

Looking for an idea to surprise a birthday celebrant for breakfast?  Well, here it is!  🙂

I woke up late today.  My children had to come upstairs and asked for breakfast this morning.  My youngest son, Andrew, told me he wanted mini pancakes  with sprinkles drizzled with honey.  It gave me the idea of the name and decorations.  I added some maple syrup and the combination of honey and maple made this birthday pancakes even more delicious.  The sprinkles exposed to heat melted as they cooked, but not the ones buried inside the pancakes.  When I took a bite, the crunch was like fireworks in my mouth.  I’m sure the children are going to love this for breakfast.  My son already requested this for his birthday. 🙂   Good morning!  Happy birthday!


My children were already hungry, so I didn’t get a chance to take a picture of the ingredients. But, I used the complete pancake mix for quick preparation.  Look at those yummy pancakes!  Mmm…


Just mix the flour with water in a bowl and set aside. Heat a griddle or a skillet over low heat and lightly coat with oil when hot.  Pour about 1 -2 tablespoons of  the  batter onto the skillet.  Add the sprinkles on top.  Cook until bubbles appears.  Flip and cook the other side until golden brown.


Add some fruit toppings and more sprinkles.  Drizzled with honey and maple syrup.  Serve immediately.


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5 thoughts on “Birthday Mini Pancakes

    • Hello Amal! I just saw your comment. Sorry for missing it. I hope you are doing well. Thank you. Yes, and I can proudly say my youngest invented this birthday pancakes when he told me to add some sprinkles on them. He got the idea from putting sprinkles on their ice cream. I see that this recipe exploded and you’ll see it all over the web. Others call it confetti pancakes, others call it the same with their favorite pancake recipes and made tall pancake stacks with a birthday candles on top as decorations. It really is great for kids as well as adults too. 🙂

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