(Inside: I love a cute and silly recipe. But one that tastes as cute and amazing as it looks? That, my friends, that is worth the ultimate name: Unicorn Pancakes. Dude, if you don’t make these at least once in your life, you’re crazy.)
Sometimes, you just need something so insanely cute for breakfast.
You know, something just for you.
No, you are totally making it “for the family” but they didn’t like ASK for Unicorn Pancakes–you just said “I’m making breakfast” and they were along for the ride for whatever the heck that might be.
And what it might be: the most adorable adorableness…with sprinkles.
Also, I may have secretly fallen a little in love with breakfast today.
So, if you’re ready…you can make your own Unicorn Pancakes, like RIGHT NOW.
No one’s stopping you.
Being an adult really isn’t that bad today.
And if you’re digging these Unicorn Pancakes as much as I am (which is a lot), you should pin it so you can make them EVERY Saturday morning.
Heck, I liked making them and I love the photos so much, I made a SECOND pin for you to choose from–so PIN THEM BOTH! LOL!
Oh, and there’s this ridunkulously cute slideshow video that you totally need to see…
[adthrive-in-post-video-player video-id=”AYD3r9aA” upload-date=”2018-09-13T23:00:00.000Z” name=”Unicorn Pancakes” description=”Cute slideshow of the making of Unicorn Pancakes.”]
I love a cute and silly recipe. But one that tastes as cute and amazing as it looks? That, my friends, that is worth the ultimate name: Unicorn Pancakes. Dude, if you don't make these at least once in your life, you're crazy.
- 1 cup flour
- 1 tbsp baking powder
- Pinch of salt
- 2 tbsp granulated sugar
- 1 large egg
- 1 cup whole milk
- 2 tbsp oil
- 2 drops red gel food coloring
- 2 drops violet gel food coloring
- 1 stick butter, softened
- Whipped cream
- 1/2 cup of condensed milk
- Start by sifting your flour, baking powder and salt. Add sugar and whisk.
- Add egg, milk, and oil and whisk until batter forms and is smooth.
- Divide the batter in 2 bowls and color each one with its respective gel food colorings. Mix until each bowl of batter is completely tinted.
- On a hot skillet (heated over medium heat) sprayed with cooking oil and/or coated with butter, pour ¼ cup of the batter and cook until bubbles form on top. Flip and cook until edges lift/turn a very light brown.
- Stack pancakes on a plate and pour over your condensed milk. Top with whipped cream and sprinkles and enjoy the sweet magic!
Yields: Approx. 8-10 small pancakes