Bunny Pancakes Recipe

pancakes made in the shape of a rabbit head, decorated as bunnies on a white plate


Make these cute bunny pancakes for breakfast today! These easy to make rabbit pancakes are a fun and tasty Easter breakfast idea, perfect for kids and adults. If you are looking for cute breakfast ideas for your children, this bunny pancakes recipe will make you smile as they fill you up.

Bunny Pancakes Recipe

These bunny pancakes are simply adorable. Yes, they are a fun Easter breakfast idea, but why only serve them once a year? Fun breakfast ideas for kids are perfect for weekend family meals. Your children will gobble up these delicious little bunnies.

If you enjoy fun breakfast ideas, you may want to consider these great breakfast recipes:

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pancakes made in the shape of a rabbit head, decorated as bunnies on a white plate


Bunny Pancakes Ingredients:

• 1½ cups All-purpose Flour
• ¼ cup Sugar
• Pinch Salt
• 3 tsp Baking Powder
• 3 TBSP Butter, melted
• 1¼ cup Whole Milk
• 1 Egg
• 1½ tsp Vanilla Extract
• ¼ tsp Almond Extract
• Pink Food Coloring (you can use Purple Food Coloring)
• 12 Candy Eyes
• 6 Candy Hearts
White Decorating Icing (in a tube)

Bunny Pancakes Recipe Mise en Place:

Hand Mixer (you can use a stand mixer)
• Large Mixing Bowl
• Whisk
• Spatula
Measuring Cup
Measuring Spoons
• Griddle
• 2 Squeeze Bottles

pancakes made in the shape of a rabbit head, decorated as bunnies on a white plate


Bunny Pancakes Directions:

• In large mixing bowl, combine flour, sugar, salt, and baking powder then mix together using a hand mixer.

pancakes made in the shape of a rabbit head, decorated as bunnies on a white plate


pancakes made in the shape of a rabbit head, decorated as bunnies on a white plate


• Whisk in the butter, milk, egg, almond, and vanilla extract. Mix well.

pancakes made in the shape of a rabbit head, decorated as bunnies on a white plate


• Remove one cup of prepared batter from the mixing bowl and add several drops of pink food coloring to the cup of batter. Mix well.

pancakes made in the shape of a rabbit head, decorated as bunnies on a white plate


• Fill two squeeze bottles; one with plain batter and one with pink batter.

pancakes made in the shape of a rabbit head, decorated as bunnies on a white plate


• Use the bottle filled with plain batter to draw the outline of a bunny face and ears.
• Then use the bottle filled with pink batter to draw and fill in the inside of your bunny ears.

pancakes made in the shape of a rabbit head, decorated as bunnies on a white plate


• Fill in the rest of the bunny face with plain batter.
• Draw two small pink batter circles on the griddle to make bunny cheeks, and fill them in with pink batter.

pancakes made in the shape of a rabbit head, decorated as bunnies on a white plate


• Turn your griddle on to 275°F, cook the bunny pancake and bunny cheeks, and carefully flip when ready. Allow to cook completely.
• When your bunny pancakes are done, place the bunny face on a plate. Place the two pink circles onto the bottom of the bunnies face for cheeks.

pancakes made in the shape of a rabbit head, decorated as bunnies on a white plate


• Place two candy eyes above the cheeks, one candy heart for a nose, and use white decorator icing to draw a mouth and whiskers.

pancakes made in the shape of a rabbit head, decorated as bunnies on a white plate


• Serve Immediately.


Bunny Pancakes Recipe

Make these cute bunny pancakes for breakfast today! These easy to make rabbit pancakes are a fun and tasty Easter breakfast idea, perfect for kids and adults. If you are looking for cute breakfast ideas for your children, this bunny pancakes recipe will make you smile as they fill you up.

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook time: 5 Minutes

Ingredients:

1½ cups All-purpose Flour
¼ cup Sugar
Pinch Salt
3 tsp Baking Powder
3 TBSP Butter, melted
1¼ cup Whole Milk
1 Egg
1½ tsp Vanilla Extract
¼ tsp Almond Extract
Pink Food Coloring (you can use Purple Food Coloring)
12 Candy Eyes
6 Candy Hearts
White Decorating Icing

Directions:

• In large mixing bowl, combine flour, sugar, salt, and baking powder then mix together using a hand mixer.
• Whisk in the butter, milk, egg, almond, and vanilla extract. Mix well.
• Remove one cup of prepared batter from the mixing bowl and add several drops of pink food coloring to the cup of batter. Mix well.
• Fill two squeeze bottles; one with plain batter and one with pink batter.
• Use the bottle filled with plain batter to draw the outline of a bunny face and ears.
• Then use the bottle filled with pink batter to draw and fill in the inside of your bunny ears.
• Fill in the rest of the bunny face with plain batter.
• Draw two small pink batter circles on the griddle to make bunny cheeks, and fill them in with pink batter.
• Turn your griddle on to 275°F, cook the bunny pancake and bunny cheeks, and carefully flip when ready. Allow to cook completely.
• When your bunny pancakes are done, place the bunny face on a plate. Place the two pink circles onto the bottom of the bunnies face for cheeks.
• Place two candy eyes above the cheeks, one candy heart for a nose, and use white decorator icing to draw a mouth and whiskers.
• Serve Immediately.

• Makes 6 Bunny Pancakes

pancakes made in the shape of a rabbit head, decorated as bunnies on a white plate


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