Healthy bunny pancakes for Kids
Easter is just around the corner so why not turn your trusty weekend breakfast pancakes into a fun affair that will put a smile on your little one’s face quicker than you can say “breakfast’s ready”.
These healthy bunny pancakes have been a winner with our kids (and us grown-ups). They’re super easy to make and only take 5 minutes to whip up, which is important with weekend plans often taking over our mornings.
All the ingredients are pantry and fridge staples and will quickly turn this quick-n-easy kids pancake recipe into a favourite with your little ones too.
And best of all? This fun version is entirely sugar free. Simply add your favourite fruit and a dollop of yoghurt to add a hint of sweetness and turn these toddler favourites into whatever their heart desires.
We love them topped with strawberries, yoghurt and a hint of cocoa. Banana, cinnamon and a tiny squeeze of honey works a treat too.
Dish them up on one of our trusty We Might Be Tiny Placies and you won’t even have to worry about the messy aftermath. Simply pop them into your dishwasher and get on with your favourite weekend activity. You’re welcome!
Makes 4-5 large pancakes | Prep 20 minutes
- 3 eggs 250 ml (2 cups) milks
- 200 g (2 cups) light spelt flour
- ghee/ coconut oil for baking
Whisk together the eggs, milks and flour until smooth.
Heat a little ghee in a frying pan and scoop in pancake batter.
Cook for 2-3 minutes until small bubbles form on the surface of the pancakes.
Flip and cook on the opposite sides for 1-2 minutes, or until golden brown.
Top with jam or/and yogurt and sprinkle with anything that makes you happy.
Enjoy gluten-free and dairy-free pancakes by using gluten-free flour and non-dairy milk but the eggs are a must.