When I was younger, I never imagined myself with two little girls as a parent. I mean, I know having two girls is not a weird thing at all, but I always hoped for just one little girl and here we are blessed with two sweet loves!
When I was little, I was absolutely the girl who wanted to wear a dress every single day and loved all things princess. I also loved sports and playing hot wheels, but I was a girly girl for sure.
And my two girls? They are following in mama’s footsteps, that’s for sure. Natalie is not even two yet and she wants to wear dresses every day just like her big sister does. There’s a lot of dressing up going on in my house too. A whole closet full of dresses. Maybe it’s the fact that we basically live at Disneyland on the weekends, but these two girls of mine love all things princess and all things pink!
And what better breakfast to serve two little princesses other than princess pink pancakes loaded with sprinkles?!
These pancakes are really just a standard pancake recipe with fun pink coloring added in and of course, sprinkles! If your girls like strawberry, you can also add strawberry extract or a few tablespoons of strawberry puree for added flavor or color!
Instead of syrup, I made a quick cream cheese icing and topped them off with more sprinkles because can you ever have too many?
These princess pancakes are perfect for a Saturday morning or they would also be so great for sleepover breakfast!
Pancakes fit for a princess! These pancakes are perfectly pink and stuffed with sprinkles and topped with cream cheese icing. Exact nutrition will depend on how much icing you use. This recipe will likely give you a little bit more than needed. As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.
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Pancakes fit for a princess! These pancakes are perfectly pink and stuffed with sprinkles and topped with cream cheese icing.
Exact nutrition will depend on how much icing you use. This recipe will likely give you a little bit more than needed.
As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.
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Hi love this recipe and can’t wait to try it, Is it ok to make the pancake batter the night before?
Hi Pam, I haven’t tried that. I would think it would be okay as long as it’s sealed really well. Let me know!
could these be made into waffles in a waffle maker?