Pancake Pops

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My family loves pancakes.  Doesn’t matter if they are for breakfast or dinner.  We fix all sorts of pancakes but I have to admit, we’ve never had pancakes on a stick.  I also had Chloe, my just turned three year old granddaughter with us when we made these.  She loves to help her mommy or her Neena cook, so these were a lot of fun for her.  The older kids took over when it was time to work with the hot skillet.  You could use any pancake mix/recipe for these but this recipe makes nice fluffy pancakes.  Here’s how you make your pancake pops.  Enjoy!

You add all your dry ingredients first.  Flour, sugar, baking powder.


Now add in the liquid ingredients.  Milk, egg and melted butter.  If you’re working with a little one, you’ll probably want to pour in the hot butter yourself.


Now whisk it all up.


This is where the older kids took over since we were cooking on a hot skillet.  Add 1 tbsp of batter to your skillet.  I made 3-4 at a time.  Then carefully lay the cookie stick in the batter.  Cover the top of the stick with just a little more batter, making sure it’s all covered.


Once the pancakes start to form bubbles, carefully flip them over with a spatula.  Don’t try picking them up by the stick.  You might burn yourself and the pancake isn’t done enough to hold the stick in place.


Now dig in!  You can dip the pancake in syrup if you wish or spread jelly on them or just eat them.  You can see here who finished theirs first!


They also decided the sticks make great chop sticks. 🙂


Hope you have as much fun making (and eating) these with your kids as I did.

Happy Eating!

Lisa and the Build A Menu Team

Pancake Pops
  • 1½ cups all purpose flour
  • 3½ tsp baking powder
  • 1 Tbsp sugar
  • 1¼ cups milk
  • 1 egg(s)
  • 3 Tbsp butter
  • pancake syrup as needed.
  1. In a medium bowl, combine all dry ingredients.
  2. Then add milk, egg and melted butter.
  3. Whisk well.
  4. Pre-Heat griddle or non-stick pan.
  5. Scoop a small amount of pancake mix to form a circle. About 1 tbsp and add a cookie stick.
  6. Cook until bubbles start to form.
  7. Carefully, flip pancake and cook until light brown.
  8. You can use a variety of syrups for dipping if you choose.


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