Funfetti Pancakes

Today is my brother and sister’s birthday (they’re twins).  Happy birthday, guys!  I made you some pancakes.
 Honestly, all amazing bakeries and from-scratch recipes aside, to this day I think the best cake on earth is Funfetti.  From a box.  Although, these do look tempting… 
Lots of people eat cake on their birthdays.  And quite a few eat cake for breakfast on their birthday, just because they can.  It only makes sense to turn cake into pancakes for these birthday folks, no?
Super fluffy and sweet.  A perfect birthday breakfast treat!
PS: I have to thank my mom for birthing my siblings saving the day for me yesterday and today on the blog.  I accidentally left my camera at my parent’s house over the weekend – she’s done a great job picking out pictures to email me from the 80,000 I take of everything I make! 
Funfetti Pancakes
Makes about 6-8 pancakes
1 1/2 cups Funfetti cake mix
2 tbsp. oil
1/2 cup milk
1 egg
Heat a lightly greased frying pan over medium-low heat.  Meanwhile, stir cake mix, oil, milk, and egg until combined.  Pour about 1/4 cup of batter into pan for each pancake, cooking until browned on each side.  
Serve pancakes traditionally (with butter and syrup) or funfettied (with whipped cream, sprinkles, and chocolate syrup).

15 thoughts on “Funfetti Pancakes”

  1. These were great! Thanks for the recipe. Today was the last day of preschool for my oldest – perfect send off to the last day of school.

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    1. I haven’t made these in so long — I forgot how much they actually taste like cake! I’ll have to make them again soon. 🙂

  3. Do you think this same batter could be used for waffles? It might need to be tweaked a bit, but I like waffles more than pancakes and this sounds too tasty to pass up!

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