Easy Halloween Monster Pancakes Recipe

All opinions expressed herein are my own!

Pancakes are our go-to breakfast because they are so easy to prepare on our large griddle.  Everyone is fed in less than ten minutes, from start to finish! It’s pretty amazing in my opinion, although, my kids do tire of them from time to time.  The simplest cure for their culinary boredom is to come up with something that is just as visually appealing as it is flavorful.  Sometimes that means I make my own berry syrup or add fun toppings, other times, we try to create fun shapes with the pancakes themselves.  (Hey! Anything we can do to get our kids to eat what’s in front of them, am I right?)

For Halloween, we are going with these adorable little monsters.  They are a wonderful way to make an ugly pancake perfect again! — Do you have a child who won’t eat a pancake that isn’t perfect?  Me too!  Monster pancakes might become our go-to year round for those days when our batter isn’t dropping as it should- HA!

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Easy Halloween Monster Pancakes

Ingredients:

  • Pancakes Batter
  • 1-2 Bananas
  • 1/2 Cup Blueberries
  • 2 Strawberries
  • Syrup (optional)

Directions:

Wash berries, set aside.

Warm your griddle, non-stick pan, or cast iron skillet.

Prepare your favorite pancake batter. Drop a 2 oz ladle full of batter onto your griddle.  Add 2 drops of batter on each side of the pancake to make “arms” and “legs” (or “ears” and “arms”).   Cook and repeat until you have prepared the desired amount of pancakes.

Plate your monster pancakes!  Add one monster to your plate.  Cut 4 banana slices.  Use 3 slices for the eyes, top with 3 blueberries. Slice strawberry into thin strips to make the monster’s mouth. Cut 1 banana slice into 3 triangles for the teeth. Repeat until all monsters are prepared.  Serve with side of warm syrup.

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25 thoughts on “Easy Halloween Monster Pancakes Recipe

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    Cute presentation. I think this would entice the kids to eat more for breakfast

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    These are so cute. What a fun and healthy breakfast for my grandkids. Thank you so much for sharing

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    OMG, I wish you were my mommy! I’d love to see these on the table. Thanks for posting!

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    Adorable idea for pancakes! My kids absolutely love when I do fun shapes and decorations. 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

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    Thank you for sharing, I never think about making breakfast ‘spooky’. This is so perfect for Sunday breakfasts when I go all out. I am going to make these this Sunday for sure.

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    Awww….too cute! Im going to make these for my son Halloween morning

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    Omg these are adorable! Making these this weekend!!

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    I think this would be fun when my great niece comes to spend the day. She loves pancakes and she could help to decorate them

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    My daughter would love to make this for breakfast! What fun!

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    Love them! My nephew would love to make some with me.

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    These are so cute! And hard to mess up, since anything can be a “monster” really.

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    (Monster pancakes recipe) My five year old grandson would really like these neat and scary looking Halloween pancakes to have some morning for breakfast.

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    These are so cute! I could go for one myself!

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    The most creative I’ve ever been with pancakes is putting the kids’ initials on them. I think this would be fun to try, even with my college kids!

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    My grandson loves pancakes We could make these anytime he would love them

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    Oh goodness these are so cute!! My daughter would devour them! She loves pancakes! – Jennifer Keating

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    My granddaughters would love to have this anytime.

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    I find it quite terrifying, but after screaming it would be a good breakfast!

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