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Easy Breakfast Pancake Cups Recipe

Okay, I am just slightly obsessed with baking things into cup shape. So far I’ve baked up Wonton wrappers and various flour tortillas and made appetizers, meals and desserts using them. It’s really fun! While I was thinking up even more ideas, I thought of pancakes. And no, not the kind that you have to actually mix up batter, I mean the ones you can stash right in the freezer. If you are busy like me, this is a fabulous way to whip up a classy breakfast in no time at all.

Easy Breakfast Pancake Cups #Recipe

You can really add anything to the cups but I added both breakfast sausage, scrambled eggs and cheese. Then, I topped them off with a little pancake syrup to bring it all together. I’m not going to lie, these are fun and really tasty.

For the sausage pancake cups, I used 1/2 sausage patty chopped and 1/2 scrambled egg. For the egg only, I used approximately 1 whole scrambled egg.

Easy Breakfast Pancake Cups Recipe

Ingredients

  • Frozen Pancakes (I used Eggo Brand)
  • Non-stick cooking spray

Instructions

  1. Preheat your oven to 375. Defrost desired amount of frozen pancakes. Spray your muffin tin with non-stick cooking spray. Press each pancake delicately into your muffin tin. Cook for 16-18 minutes until crisped. Cool and remove. Add anything you'd like to your muffins.
  2. I filled mine with scrambled eggs, sausage and cheese.
  3. Top with pancake syrup if desired.
http://homemakinghacks.com/2013/04/pancake-cups-recipe.html

What will you add to your pancake cups?

About Dawn Lopez

I love sharing ideas and inspirations to make life better. I'm a blogger, social media maniac, brand ambassador & food photographer wannabe living in Rhode Island. You'll find me doing crazy experiments & spending quality time with my hubby & son.


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Comments

  1. Hi Michele, I do need to fix my Pinterest buttons that are supposed to be showing properly up there. Sorry about that! Here is a link if you’d like to re-pin! http://pinterest.com/pin/199495458467104359/

    Thanks ;)

  2. Would like to share on pintrest but there isn’t a link for that site in your “share” area :(

  3. Thanks. This looks fun and easy. It’s amazing what we can do in our muffin tins.

  4. veronica lee says:

    Love the idea! Very cute and they look scrummy too! Yep, I’m going to try this! Thanks!

  5. these look yummy!

  6. Maria Iemma says:

    I think I will make this recipe for my next brunch get-together. It looks delicious and not hard to do.

  7. jennifer aikens says:

    very interesting i havnt come across this idea yet. I would put some cream cheese and jam in them. Thank you for this idea – pinterest!

  8. Shell Feis says:

    That is SUCH a good idea! Totally trying this.

  9. I like how this recipe can be delicious and yet easy to prepare too.

  10. Yum, those look great!

  11. I love this idea and cant wait to make it for my family :)

  12. Sherry Compton says:

    How fun! Cooking edible cups is a great idea. It lets you be very creative with how you fill it. You could easily fill these with fruit and some whipped topping. Thanks.

  13. Stefhany Rojero says:

    Wow. good recipe for people who likely to eat. i want to learn how to cook on this one. thanks

  14. What a great recipe, Dawn. Something the kids will eat and is quick and easy too. :)

  15. 100% sold with the pancake syrup to go with it! Delicious!

  16. How creative and they look so good! Thanks for sharing :)

  17. I agree that anything in a cup shape is fun to make and eat! I really love this recipe.

  18. What a fun idea, very creative!

  19. What a cute idea. I wont have any trouble at all getting the girls to eat eggs like this.

  20. Jennifer says:

    What a great idea!!! Super tasty breakfast treat!