A quick and easy breakfast idea made with just 3 ingredients!
The fantastic thing about these easy muffin mix pancakes is that they come in so many different flavors and my kids love them. They are are also super fast to make on busy mornings with just a single egg and a little bit of milk.
Betty Crocker and Martha White both make the small muffin mix bags that come in a 7ish ounce package. They are perfect for making 8-10 small and delicious pancakes! These little muffin bags are available in several fun flavors like triple berry, chocolate chip, lemon poppyseed and banana nut.
Simply mix the dry muffin mix with an egg and 2/3 cups milk and cook them on your stovetop just like regular pancakes.
I’ve found that one bag is perfect for feeding 2-3 hungry kids. If you plan on feeding the entire family, you may want to double the recipe.
You can also optionally add in a little vanilla extract or mix-ins of your choice like fresh fruit, nuts, chocolate chips, flax meal or anything else you’d like.
Looking for quick and easy breakfast ideas? My kids love these simple muffin mix pancakes! They are perfect for busy mornings and made with just 3 cheap ingredients. The small muffin mix packages come in a variety of flavors so they are so much more delicious and fun to make than regular pancakes.
- 1 (6-7oz) package of muffin mix
- 1 egg
- 2/3 cup milk (start with slightly less)
Preheat a skillet on medium-low.
In a medium size bowl, use a whisk or fork to combine the dry muffin mix, egg and milk.
Place about 2 tbsp of the mixture onto your pre-heated and greased skillet; cook for about 2 minutes on each side. Repeat for the rest of the batter.
Serve with butter and syrup. Enjoy!
- The Betty Crocker packages have less ounces of dry mix in their packages than the other brands, so I've found that slightly less than 2/3 cup of milk works best for this brand.
- The smaller the pancakes, the easier they are too flip. If you measure each one out to 2 tbsp you should get about 10 pancakes.
- You can also add a little vanilla extract or even some additonal mix-ins to your batter if you'd like (chocolate chips, fruit, flax meal, etc.)
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