Pancakes, 3 simple recipes to spice up your breakfast

Instead of eating the same meal every morning, here are a few simple pancake dishes you can make.
Instead of eating the same meal every morning, here are a few simple pancake dishes you can make.

Pancakes are an amazing breakfast meal not only for the kids but the adults as well. Pancakes are really easy to make as they simply need to be cooked on a griddle or frying pan for a few minutes. If you’re late for school or work, Pancakes are an easy meal to make that don’t waste too much of your time. However, if you’re looking into more creative #pancake meals, there are plenty of recipes you can use to spice up your breakfast. With that being said, here are a few simple pancake meals to make in the morning.

Apple Pancakes
Pancake recipes to spice up your breakfast: Apple Pancakes

Apple Pancakes

If you want a little more sweetness in your life, you can try this simple Pancakes recipe which will only take around 10 minutes to make.

According to, you’ll need eggs, butter, milk, sugar, salt, apple, flour, #Baking Powder, sugar, and cinnamon to make the meal. First off, you’ll want to blend the eggs before combining it with the milk, sugar, butter, salt, and apples. In a different bowl, take the cinnamon, sugar, baking powder, and flour and mix them. Stir the dry mixture into the apple mixture and mesh them together before cooking. With this, you’ll have some sweet treats to help wake you up on a groggy morning before school or work.

Blueberry Pancakes
Pancake recipes to spice up your breakfast: Blueberry Pancakes

Blueberry Syrup and Pancakes

Another simple spin on the typical pancake recipe, you can mix the base ingredients like flour, egg, butter, and milk or you can just buy a packaged mix instead. Once you have that done, you can focus on making the blueberry syrup. Start by smashing the berries using a potato masher and bring them to a simmer over low heat for 15 minutes.

Strain the juice into a heatproof measuring cup and discard the solids. You can drizzle the sauce over your freshly cooked pancake and even toss in a few blueberries on the side. If you’d like, you can even garnish with some powdered sugar.

Red Velvet Pancakes
Pancake recipes to spice up your breakfast: Red Velvet Pancakes

Red Velvet Pancakes

The #Red Velvet trend is still at an all-time high with many people using the recipe in other desserts like cupcakes and ice cream. You can make your pancake version of this famous flavour by whisking together flour, baking soda, powdered sugar, buttermilk, salt, unsweetened cocoa, two tablespoons of red liquid food colouring, eggs, granulated sugar, and baking powder. Place the mixture in a single-layer on a baking sheet and bake at 200 degrees for 30 minutes. Once that’s done, you can serve with syrup or create your own glaze to add the red velvet touch. Don’t be afraid to mix and experiment with your pancakes as you never know what kind of new meal you’ll make!

Nathan Cone

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