Very Berry Strawberry Shortcake Pancakes

Sweet homemade & fluffy pancakes, bursting with fresh strawberries in every bite for a morning indulgence with half the guilt!   Ingredients: Strawberries –  10-12, finely chopped Whole wheat flour – 1  cup (can also use pancake mix) Eggs-2 Granulated sugar- 1/2 cup Milk- 1 cup Baking powder- 1 tsp Baking soda- A pinch Butter- As needed Whipped

Shrek and Fiona Fluffy Pancakes

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with these healthy avocado & spinach pancakes! A playful strategy to make your little ones eat more greens, convincing them these green wonder pancakes give super powers! 🙂    Ingredients: Regular rolled oats – 1/2 cup Pancake mix – 2 cups Spinach- 1 cup, chopped Ripe avocado -1, cut into small

Breakfast Princess Favorite Cherry Pancakes

Add fresh cherries to the regular pancake recipe to create an impressive & deceptively simple breakfast treat.   Ingredients: Plain flour/maida – 1.5 cups (substitute with pancake mix) Baking powder – 1 tsp Egg- 1 Milk – 1 cup Fresh/frozen cherries – 1 cup Sugar – 2 tsp Vanilla extract – 1 tsp Unsalted butter –

Cute Little Butterfly Pancakes

A fun breakfast for kids that loads them up with fruits in the morning!   Ingredients: All purpose flour – 2 cups (you could replace it with ready made pancake mix) Baking powder – 1 tsp Baking soda – 1 tsp Milk- 1/2 cup Eggs-1 Melted butter- As needed Vanilla extract -1 tsp Salt- To

Moroccan Msemen / Moroccan Style Square Shaped Rghaif Pancakes

These traditional delicious & oil-rich flatbreads/pancakes are made of a smooth dough of all purpose flour and semolina. Enjoy these buttery square-shaped flaky Moroccan pancakes as a snack or breakfast simply by dipping a msemen piece into honey.    Ingredients: All purpose flour/maida – 2 cups Semolina – 1 cup Dry instant yeast – 1 tsp Salt –

Healthy Dates Pancake

Satisfy your sweet buds with these glorious fluffy and sweet date pancakes that are a great source of iron and just right for a healthy breakfast!    Ingredients:  All purpose flour/maida- 1 cup Dates – 10-15, pitted (any type. I used Medjool dates) Baking powder- ½ tsp Milk- ½ cup or as needed to make a thick