I made them for my daughter, and she loved them. I usually don’t encourage candy and sugar for breakfast, but since it’s a special occasion, I will let it slide.
She was excited to help me make them and even more excited to eat them. We are planning on making them again with her cousins on Easter morning.
Pancake mix, pastel-colored sprinkles, whipped cream, items to decorate such as M&Ms, bananas, cupcake/cookie toppers, chocolate chips
I used a complete pancake mix; you can use whichever pancake mix you’d like. You can even whip up a batch of your own.
Add your sprinkles once the pancake mix is complete and everything is mixed together.
We used Wilton’s Spring Sprinkles, but you can use any brand you like. I chose a combination of pastel blue, pink and yellow.
Pour pancake batter onto the skillet and make it how you usually would. If you think your pancakes are lacking in sprinkles, feel free to add some extra on top.
This is the fun part, time to decorate. You can make them all yourself or make it a fun activity and have the kids help. Place your pancake in the middle of the plate.
Add whip cream to look like bunny ears. Then make the bunny’s face. You can use chocolate chips, bananas, or M&Ms as eyes. We used a banana as a nose on one and a carrot sugar cupcake decoration on the other. My daughter enjoyed making her pancake.
Bunny Pancake Decorating Buffet!
Having family and friends over for Easter breakfast? Why not have a bunny pancake decorating buffet? This is a great activity for the kids. You can place chocolate chips, M&Ms, bananas, etc… in bowls on the table, have the pancakes on a plate, and have the whipped cream out.
Let the kids have a bunny-decorating breakfast. The kids will love it!