Cupcake Pancakes {Best. Breakfast. Ever!}

We love pancakes so I wanted to try a new recipe that I came across while stumbling, it’s a little spin on regular pancakes: cupcake pancakes (or german pancakes)! These were really easy to make and were delicious! Dh has already requested that I make them again this weekend ;) They are great for little hands too!

What you need:

  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 cup flour
  • 6 eggs
  • 1/4 cup melted butter
  • pinch of salt
  • a little bit of Vanilla extract (eyeball it)
  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees and grease your muffin tins

1. Mix all of your indigents together. I used a blender, it makes it really easy and gets the batter super smooth.

2. Pour the batter into greased muffin tins. Fill only about halfway (I filled mine a little too much!)

3. Bake them for 15 minutes at 400 degrees, or until they are golden brown and puffy. They should pop right out with a knife (if you greased the muffins tins well enough) and let them cool. The puffiness will die down a little.

4. Now for the toppings! We used strawberries and whipped cream with syrup and bananas with caramel, but you can use anything! Powder sugar, jam, berries, peanut butter, whatever you eat on your pancakes!

5. Enjoy ;)

 

Comments

  1. Mouth is watering!

  2. YUM!

  3. I love these. They remind me of abelskevers (sp?) with powdered sugar or blueberries also = awesome!

  4. These look great! Thanks for posting!

  5. Those look delish! So creative too…I may have to try them when I have oh about 2 extra hours. LOL (I have a 4 month old so cooking is kinda hard at the moment).

  6. Oh.my.gawd.

  7. Jessica L says:

    Mmm! I am totally going to make these!! They look delicious, though probably not going to be much on a help in losing this baby weight!;)

  8. These look yum!! How many cupcakes do they make?

  9. Yum these look amazing!

  10. Alright, these look awesome. How many pancake puffs did you get with this recipe? I have pancake fanatics…so I would need a bunch. lol

  11. those look amazing!!!!

  12. OMG I am bookmarking these to try! SUPER yummy!
    Kas

  13. Trisha G says:

    I’m def going to be trying these out! I hope they come out as good as yours look, lol. Thanks for the recipe!

  14. Yum! These look amazing!

  15. I must make these – they look amazing! Putting them on our Easter morning menu and I can’t wait to try them!

  16. I agree, these are ridiculous! You walk a fine line between breakfast and dessert, I like it. I’ve added this post to my recipe page ( http://bit.ly/e95fNN ). Thanks for sharing this delicious treat!

  17. Fluffy Bums says:

    These look delish!! I’m guna have to try this!

  18. these look so amazing! ill have to make them on easter for my kids :D

  19. Going to have to try these. Wonder how they’d be with a bit of nutella?

  20. Rachel N says:

    These look SOOOO good! I’m going to have to make them this weekend for the hubby and the boy:)

  21. These look really good. Like strawberry shortcake in pancake form. Delicious! I’m going to have to give this a try!

  22. These look fantastic! Thanks for sharing!

  23. definately a recipe I’ll have to try! Looks amazing!!

  24. they look delicious, can’t wait to try them

  25. ok, hurry up and cook them. yummmmmmm

  26. two of my favorite foods – together! These look incredible!

  27. …Yorkshire puddings!!…..

  28. They’re adorable and sound delicious!

  29. This is not a new creation…these are Yorkshire puddings which have been turned into a dessert.

  30. Really tasty and yummu pancakes :p

  31. These are definetley yorkshire puddings and as a yorkshiremen i hate to say that, although they sound tasty they look like poor yorkie puds. They dont look big or crispy enough, to remedy this you need to let the batter sit for at least an hour and to make sure the fat is smoking hot when you put the batter in. You’ll have perfect yorkies everytime.

  32. I recall this recipe from over 20 years ago when living near Seattle, they were called Seattle Dutch Babies, only difference is you used a larger pan to cook them in I used a pie pan. I drizzled them with melted butter or dusted them with powder sugar and added the fresh fruits and enjoy!! These are very yummy that is for sure!!!

  33. I love Yorkshire puddings!!! But Yorkshire puddings don’t have butter or vanilla in and are served up with a Sunday roast, such as roast beef or roast chicken, veg and gravy etc. I also live pancakes… These seem like a really lovely idea! I think I will give it a go! Thanks for the idea xxx

  34. So yum. I made these yesterday. They are fabulous. I shared them with my followers and linked aback to you of course. Thanks for a great recipe and breakfast. My 5 year old ate 3 with berries and yogurt!

  35. Yum, these look delicious, can’t wait to give the recipe a try!

  36. Sweet yorkshire puddings :D

  37. SEXYMII says:

    I MADE THESE AND THEY LOOKED AMAZING. I EVEN LIKE THE WAY A POOL OF BUTTER FORMS IN THE CENTER. THE ONLY THING I THINK IS MISSING IS SUGAR IN THE BATTER. EVEN WITH SYRUP AND POWDERED SUGAR I COULDNT GET PASSED THE STRONG EGG FLAVOR. I THINK WITH JUST A LITTLE SUGAR ADDED TO THE ACTUAL BATTER WOULD MAKE A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE.

  38. I love German pancakes! My mom used to make them for us all the time when I was younger- never tried the cupcake method though. It looks like it might hold the topping a bit better. Thanks!

  39. This looks like heaven!

  40. I made these for Father’s Day and substituted one cup of Pamela’s pancake mix for flour(gluten free). I served them with blueberries and whipped cream. Thanks for the recipe. They were a hit!

  41. In England, these are called Yorkshire Puddings. They can be eaten savoury (without vanilla extract) or sweet. They are traditionally eaten as a savoury dish with a traditional British Sunday Roast.

  42. Wow! This is such a simple concept yet so brilliant! I am definitely trying these on a Sunday morning – filled with whipped cream and strawberries? Um, heck yeah! My family’s going to LOVE these!

    Rachel
    mommaonfire.blogspot.com

  43. Nicole U says:

    I’m going to try this recipe. I love how puffy they look. Thanks for sharing.

  44. Will definitely be making these again, but with the addition of some sugar. Not sweet enough at all. I loved the eggy texture. Thanks for sharing!

  45. Wow, it must be delicious, thanks for the recipe.

  46. yak chi… it dont look good.

  47. Janet W. says:

    This looks delicious!! I love all the fresh fruit with it!

  48. Bekah Kuczenski says:

    These look yummy! My pancakes never turn out because I’m awful at flipping them lol, this could be my solution :)

  49. that looks so good. i will make that sometime.

  50. YUM!! Oh how I looove breakfast!

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