Pancake Bites

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Good Morning everyone. Today we have a Guest on EasyBabyMeals. I am excited to introduce you all to Beula Thomas from The Eater Spot. She has a wonderful blog on food recipes, which caters to variety to cuisines. I am a big fan of her blog. Her recipes are easy to make and are delicious. Few months back, I had an honor to do a guest post for her, and today she being with us is wonderful. So without any further delay, let’s see what she has stored in for us.


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                                         Photo By: Beula Thomas

Hello there,

I am so excited to share a recipe with you all here at Easy Baby Meals. I am been blogging for 5 years now at THE EATERSPOT. My blog is multi-ethnic, and I share all sorts of recipes, so you are bound to come across something that you would like!

Website: www.myeaterspot.com

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/pages/EATERSPOT/115036465185497

I am always on the lookout for quick, easy, healthy and yummy things to make for my daughter. I work full time so morning times during the work week needs to be quick.

I made this pancake bites not so long ago for my little miss and I realized this would be perrrrfecccttt not just for breakfast but also for a morning tea type gathering with other little kids and their parents. These are so easy to make (as you will see) and they taste just delicious. I lightly heated these in the microwave and had mine with a cup of coffee while my daughter had them buttered (she really loves butter).

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                                         Photo By: Beula Thomas

On to the recipe.

Ingredients:

1 box of pancake mix

Fruit of your choice can be frozen or canned (Berries, peaches, etc)

Preheat the oven to 180c / 350F.

Prepare the pancake mix according to package instructions or however you usually do. Pour the batter into muffin tins that have been sprayed down with oil.

I filled it half way and then topped each with fruit. In this recipe, I only used peaches. But you can go with strawberries, raspberries or blueberries. I pressed the fruit down a bit into the batter.

Bake for around 10 minutes. I did check if it was cooked through with a toothpick. Once done, remove and let it cool down.

Drizzle some maple syrup or slice them in half and butter them. Serve them warm. 

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                                         Photo By: Beula Thomas 


I would like thank Beula again, for coming up with this quick and delicious recipe. You can follow her on Facebook and don’t forget to check out her blog. 

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29 comments

  1. Jean says:

    Those look wonderful! I think I’ll test them out on my much older children and husband and see what they think. Looks like they’d make a great breakfast for busy school days.

  2. Amy says:

    I grew up with peach trees, and they are one of my faves. We used to cut them up on top of our pancakes. This reminded me of that. I want to go eat some now.

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