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Easter Bunny Pancake Breakfast

  • Prep 5 min
  • Total 20 min
  • Ingredients 6
  • Servings 1

Ingredients

2-3 bacon slices
1
package Bisquick™ Original baking mix
2-3 strawberries
1
banana
6
blueberries
Whipped cream, to garnish

Nutrition Information

NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING

Serving Size: 1 Serving
% Daily Value
% Daily Value*:
Exchanges:
Free
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No nutrition information available for this recipe

Expert Tips

Use round cookie cutters to create the perfect round bunny shapes!

It's almost time for Easter and all the traditions that come with it. From religious observations to traditions of Easter bunnies and egg hunts, there are many Easter ideas for kids to create a lasting legacy. To celebrate the season, have fun with Easter food and make an Easter Bunny Pancake Breakfast! With two different designs, this Easter pancake breakfast is easy to create and will have your little ones hopping for joy. Decorated with berries and bacon, this Easter food fun will send your kids off with a full belly and happy hearts.

Directions

  • 1 In a dry frying pan, begin cooking the bacon to your preferred taste.
  • 2 Follow Bisquick's instructions to make the pancakes. You'll need one large pancake and two smaller pancakes for each design.
  • 3 While the pancakes and bacon are cooking, slice a strawberry in half lengthwise. Reserve one half, while slicing the second half again widthwise. For the banana, begin by slicing two thick, round pieces widthwise (these are for the bunny's eyes). Set aside. Then, slice the banana lengthwise to create the bunny's ears.
  • 4 To assemble the Easter Bunny Pancake Breakfast: To make the bunny face, place the large pancake in the center of your plate. Place the round pieces of banana where the eyes should go, then dot with two blueberries.
  • 5 Use the remaining banana slices for the bunny's ears, flopping one over.
  • 6 Create a nose with the halved, reserved strawberry. To create the whiskers, estimate how long each slice of bacon should be, and cut accordingly. Place in groups of three, and place one of the smaller pancakes on top to secure and create cheeks. Using whipped cream, make two oblong bunny teeth underneath the cheeks and whiskers.
  • 7 To assemble the bunny's bottom, place the large pancake in the center of the plate. Add the two smaller pancakes towards the bottom of the large pancake. Add the reserved slices of strawberry and blueberries to create the bunny’s paws. Add a big mound of fluffy whipped cream for a bunny tail and serve with a side of strawberries.

It's almost time for Easter and all the traditions that come with it. From religious observations to traditions of Easter bunnies and egg hunts, there are many Easter ideas for kids to create a lasting legacy. To celebrate the season, have fun with Easter food and make an Easter Bunny Pancake Breakfast! With two different designs, this Easter pancake breakfast is easy to create and will have your little ones hopping for joy. Decorated with berries and bacon, this Easter food fun will send your kids off with a full belly and happy hearts.

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Vanessa Bell Vanessa Bell
September 9, 2015

It's almost time for Easter and all the traditions that come with it. From religious observations to traditions of Easter bunnies and egg hunts, there are many Easter ideas for kids to create a lasting legacy. To celebrate the season, have fun with Easter food and make an Easter Bunny Pancake Breakfast! With two different designs, this Easter pancake breakfast is easy to create and will have your little ones hopping for joy. Decorated with berries and bacon, this Easter food fun will send your kids off with a full belly and happy hearts.