The next time you plan a slumber party with your child, menu plan for a pancake party the morning after! Your child will get a kick out of picking pancake toppings and will gladly help you set the buffet table with colored paper plates, cups, utensils, etc. Pancake parties are like art classes with food!
For pancakes, make a variety of mini pancakes so everyone can try more than one without filling up. You can keep most of the pancakes warm in a 250ºF oven. Classic pancakes can be made easily if you use a prepared, boxed pancake mix. Make some new pancakes with these Funfetti Pancakes from Tastes of Lizzy T. They offer up the best of both worlds by combining Funfetti cake mix and pancake mix. Martha Stewart’s Bacon Pancakes will impress anyone who loves sweet and savory flavors combined. The bacon slices are embedded right into the pancakes! Our Banana-Walnut Pancakes feature a tasty combo and are a favorite of kids. For whimsical-looking pancakes that are unique, make Food Network’s Fluffy Japanese Pancakes.
Fill bowls or containers with a variety of delicious pancake garnishes like blueberries, raspberries, sliced strawberries, chopped pineapple, dried fruit, and other delightful toppings such as crumbled bacon, chocolate chips, and/or coconut flakes. In addition to maple syrup, include Nutella, melted chocolate, and/or raspberry sauce.