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. A few months back, I had the honor to do a guest post for her, and today she is with us is wonderful. So without any further delay, let’s see what she has stored in for us.
Photo By: Beula Thomas
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!
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).
Photo By: Beula Thomas
On to the recipe.
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 halfway 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.
Photo By: Beula Thomas
I would like to 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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Those look delicious!
Oh, they are just yum. And a quick fix for a breakfast or snack.
Wonderful and delicious recipe. I am a huge fan of pancakes and I am sure going to try this.
Yummy! Love how easy these are to make. I think even I could handle it, lol.
Oh yes Louisa, they are really simple and quick. They get ready in just few minutes.
These look delicious. Can’t wait to try them. Thanks for sharing.
You are most welcome Heather, Thanks for stopping by.
These look delicious! I am going to try this with my daughters. Thanks so much for sharing.
You are most welcome JcCee, sure do give it a try.
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.
Sure do it a try Jean. Yes, they can be a quick breakfast option.
Those look so good and easy too!
Yes Leslie, they are very easy. Thanks for stopping by.
Such a great idea! So simple! Gonna make these and take them on the go for our road trip next week (:
That’s great Sara, do give them a try. They will be easy to carry on trips as well. Have a fun trip.
These pancake bites look delicious. I’m going to try them with pineapple chunks. Thanks for sharing!
Pineapple chunks, is a great idea Yanique. I will try that too. Thanks for the idea.
These look great & easy to make. I’ll have to give them a try.
Sure Kristina, do give them a try. Thanks for stopping by.
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.
Wow Amy, growing up around peaches. Lucky you. I love peaches. Then you will love this.
these look fabulous! I love using fresh fruit. I just really love the concept behind this entire blog. This is really cool.
Thanks Jacquelyn. I glad you liked the blog. I hope it will be helpful to you.
Yum-O! Thanks you for sharing!
Thanks for stopping by Karyn.
Yummy! I have to add this to my list of “must tries”!
Thanks Jesse, sure do give it a try.
Oh man these look so good! And the fact that they’re easy makes it even better. Can’t wait to try them!!!!
Sure Lo, do give them a try.