One-Up The Easter Bunny With Easter Pancake Art

Let’s face it. The Easter Bunny ranks pretty high among mythical heroes. After all, the Easter Bunny delivers baskets full of chocolaty, marshmallowy treats, and hides candy eggs for kiddos to hunt. The Bunny has skills—just shy of Santa, with his flying reindeer and sleigh, and a few notches up from the Tooth Fairy’s under-the-pillow trick.


But with our Easter pancake art ideas, you’ll one-up the Easter Bunny and earn hero status yourself. Here’s how to get cookin’ on creative, surprisingly easy, and fun-to-eat Easter pancakes that everyone in the family—especially your kids—will love.

 

Bunny Pancake

 

  1. Begin by putting all ingredients for your favorite pancake mix inside the Whiskware™ Batter Mixer and shake it up.
  2. With your freshly mixed pancake batter, pour six pancakes on the griddle (two ears, two feet, two for the body). When fully cooked, remove them from the griddle.
  3. Stack the pancakes on a plate. Put some whipped cream on the biggest pancake for the tail. Place banana slices and chocolate chips on the pancakes to form the paws as shown in the video. Add syrup and enjoy!

Easter Eggs Pancakes

 

  1. Begin by putting all ingredients for your favorite pancake mix inside the Whiskware™ Batter Mixer and shake it up.
  2. With your freshly mixed pancake batter, pour some into the Whiskware™ Pancake Art bottle, add a couple drops of yellow food coloring, add the mini BlenderBall® and shake. Repeat the process with all of your favorite easter colors. To make the chocolate batter, repeat the same process but add 1-2 tsp coco powder. 
  3. Using the chocolate batter, pour the outline of your Easter eggs. Feel free to get as creative as you'd like. Wait 30 seconds and then fill it in with a variety of colors. When fully cooked, remove them from the griddle.
  4. Place your egg pancakes on a plate and decorate with your favorite toppings or treats. Add syrup and enjoy!

Carrot Pancake

 

  1. Begin by putting all ingredients for your favorite pancake mix inside the Whiskware™ Batter Mixer and shake it up.
  2. With your freshly mixed pancake batter, pour some into the Whiskware™ Pancake Art bottle, add a couple drops of green food coloring, add the mini BlenderBall® and shake. Repeat the process with orange food coloring. To make the chocolate batter, repeat the same process but add 1-2 tsp coco powder. You should have three bottles of different colored pancake batter.
  3. Using the chocolate batter, pour the outline of your carrot. Wait 30 seconds and then fill it in with the corresponding colors. When fully cooked, remove them from the griddle.
  4. Place your carrot pancake on a plate and decorate as you see fit (pair with a bunny pancake, perhaps?). Add syrup and enjoy!

 

Check out our Pancake Art Kit or Batter Mixer here!

← Previous Post  |  Next Post →