Cereal plus pancakes equals cereal pancakes, and yes it’s a thing. Instead of having to choose between a bowl of cereal and whipping up some pancakes, why not combine the two? The result is a fun––and usually colorful–– breakfast that is perfect for summer and will definitely get your kids excited for breaking the fast! We’ve rounded up some of our favorite cereal pancake recipes we know everyone will enjoy.
1. Fruity Pepples Pancakes with Vanilla Whipped Cream
Add some rainbow crunchiness to your morning flapjacks by making these Fruity Pepples pancakes! Homemade pancakes are tossed with your favorite fruity flakes, cooked til golden brown and then topped with homemade whipped cream. This is the perfect Saturday morning breakfast during the summer!
Check out TheBitterSideofSweet.com for the entire recipe!
2. Cinnamon Toast Crunch Pancakes
Fluffy pancakes with your favorite cinnamon cereal? I’ll take a stack, please! Warm and crunchy, with extra crushed Cinnamon Toast Crunch on top and a few drizzles of maple syrup make this a great breakfast option for summer OR winter, don’t you think?
Check out more tasty recipes at WeAreNotMartha.com.
3. Reese’s Puffs + Double Chocolate Peanut Butter Pancakes
Peanut butter and chocolate lovers will find it near impossible to pass up this recipe that incorporates Reese’s Puffs. Double chocolate peanut butter pancakes are made even better by adding the puffy cereal to the batter, then added as a garnish atop a layer of creamy peanut butter. Enjoy with a glass of cold milk!
Check out 4 more ways to enjoy cereal and pancakes at BettyCrocker.com.
4. Cap’n Crunch Berry Pancakes
This breakfast is not for the faint of heart, or for those watching their weight! Colored pancakes are made from food coloring and crushed Cap’n Crunch berry puffs and then held together with a white chocolate glaze between each layer. We suggest eating in small servings (hello, sugar overload!) and maybe with a side of healthy fruit.
Head to SpoonUniversity.com to get the entire, sweet recipe!
5. Trix Pancakes
Fruity pancakes that are light and fluffy are what you get when you make this Trix recipe. It’s as simple as mixing in some crushed and whole Trix puffs into a buttermilk pancake recipe (definitely not low fat!), tossing on the griddle and then enjoying with some real maple syrup.
Check out the easy recipe at IWashYouDry.com.