This was a fun morning!
My Mother-in-Law was over and we were thinking about what to make for breakfast.
I’ve had this nagging idea to put pancakes on a stick and today was as good of a day as any to try them.
I wasn’t sure if it was going to work to tell ya the truth.
However, I figured if cookies would stay on a stick, then pancakes should stay on a stick!
And I was right.
I just made some quick and easy Bisquick pancakes.
No time for fancy recipes when experimenting is involved.
I poured out smaller pancakes like Silver Dollar size pancakes and then rolled a stick in the batter. Plan you pour your batter out about 3 inches from the sides of the griddle. Allow the stick to overhang the edge of the griddle so you can use it as a handle.
Flipping was a bit more complicated, but as long as I had enough room to flip, it all worked out well.
And…. since these are on a stick, I went the fondue route with melted butter, syrup and cherry jelly to dip my pancake into.
My daughter loved eating her pancakes this way.
She had a lot of fun with the pictures and the cat….
However, I would like to point out, that once all the pretty pictures were taken, I was eating off a paper plate.
Because I HATE doing the dishes.
That’s how I roll.
I really liked the jelly with it. YUM!
Pancakes on a Stick
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Keywords: breakfast Pancakes
Ingredients (12 pancakes)
- Bisquick Pancake Mix
- Ingredients stated on box to make pancakes
- +12 Lollipop Sticks
- Melted Butter
- Jam or Jelly
- Any Desired Topping
Make Pancake batter according to directions on box. You do want a slightly thicker pancake.
Pour our a small circle, no larger than three inches in diameter, of batter onto a hot griddle.
Roll the lollipop stick in the batter coating it and then lay flat. Plan to allow the stick to overhang the griddle by at least one inch.
Carefully flip the pancake with the stick in place. Do not dislodge the stick.
Once pancakes are done, allow to cool flat before standing them up.
Serve with melted butter, syrup, or jam and jelly.
Also try dipping them into melted nutella or melted Biscoff… OH MY!
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