My Easy Mini Egg Pancakes are a super delicious treat for mini egg fans, with mini eggs chopped up inside and on the top. Breakfast and Brunch sorted.
Pancakes are delicious . It’s a fact. Adding some extra flavours like Mini Eggs makes them perfect for Easter breakfast and brunch. Or while we are all at home it makes a great breakfast for a special treat.
Chopping up mini eggs and adding them to the pancakes really works well. These were fought over on the breakfast table. I think that is always a good sign of how something tastes. The family all wanting more!
The pancakes themselves are really quick to make and easy enough for children to help with. It is a great way to get them involved and interesting in cooking. They can get whisking up pancakes batter and then eat the results. It is a great way to see how ingredients can become food.
Making the mini egg pancakes for Easter brunch
I absolutely love chopping up mini eggs for recipes. Leave a few mini eggs to serve with. Chop up the rest. Chop them up carefully and keep them as big as you like. I like to chop them up in to about quarter size for these pancakes.
Watching the pancakes cook is a pure joy. You can see the mini eggs poking out. The mixture is starting to bubble showing that the bottom side is nearly cooked. The mini egg shell works really well to keep the chocolate molten in the finished pancakes.
A golden stack of pancakes is a joy to behold. They smelled incredible cooking and tasted wonderful. The sugar shell of the mini eggs keeps the molten and softened chocolate inside. Making them more squishy and delightful on the tongue mixed with the soft pancakes and crisp egg shell.
Creme Eggs are so popular that I couldn't help trying to turn them into pancakes. The lovely stack of Creme Egg pancakes are easy to make and so moreish! I hope you enjoyed these easy to make and even easier to enjoy Easter pancakes.
Mini Cheesecakes – individual mini egg cheesecakes
These Easy Mini Egg Cheesecakes are a super easy and cute way to make an Easter desserts. These no bake Easter cheesecakes are made of a vanilla cream base with chopped in mini eggs stirred in. Mini cheesecakes are so easy to make perfect for a quick dessert but also great for summer picnic food too! I hope you enjoy these individual mini egg cheesecakes.
Chocolate Cherry Pancakes – Easy Black Forest Pancakes
These Chocolate Cherry Pancakes are absolutely delicious. The mix of cherries and chocolate chips in the fluffy black forest pancakes is just incredible to give that iconic rich and fruity Black Forest taste.
Apple pancakes are an incredible way to celebrate brunch, birthdays and of course pancake day. This easy breakfast pancakes are not only healthy pancakes filled with fresh apple but they also take incredible too. I love the mix of fresh apple which adds a little crunch to soft stack of pancakes recipe.
My latest foodie adventures include Pancake Day Inspiration with chef Arup Dasgupta. I was treated to a lesson on how to create the most delicious Scotch Pancakes with Peach Compote.Pancakes are great to enjoy all year and the excuse of pancake day means getting to flex your flipping skills and enjoy one (or five) pancakes. The best thing about pancakes is how versatile they are. Do you have them sweet? savoury? or a mix of both? Enjoy this Scotch Pancakes recipe.
A wonderful and beautiful show stopping Pinata Easter cake. The Duck egg blue icing is speckled with cocoa powder and when you cut in, you will find there are hidden Easter eggs inside. This Easter Pinata Cake will wow your guests and act as a beautiful centre piece for your Easter lunch.
This is the fabulous mix of chocolate and cocktail. My Chocolate Flat White Martini can be a drink or even pudding! This is served with an Easter twist but leave them out to enjoy them for the rest of the year.
100gmini eggsKeep a few to place on top when serving
butter for the pan
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Sieve the flour in to a bowl along with the baking powder, icing sugar and the caster sugar.
Melt the butter in 10 second bursts in the microwave to make sure it doesn't burn. Leave it to cool for a few minutes. (I usually get the frying pan out while waiting for it cool. It only needs a few minutes. I'd say about 3 minutes).
Add the butter in along with the egg.
Whisk it all together along with the milk.
Chop up the mini eggs carefully and mix in. (I have had one reader suggest that you can break them by hitting them with a frying pan gently but please be careful however you break them up).
Heat up a frying pan until it’s a medium/high heat.
Add a little butter to the pan and allow to melt.
Put a spoonful/small ladle of mix into the pan (I can usually do 4 in a pan to make a stack each round). When the pancakes start to bubble flip them over.
When they are done stack them on a plate, top with a few mini eggs and serve.
•As you cook them you can place the finished cooked pancakes on a plate and cover with a clean tea towel. This will help to keep warm so you can eat them all together.