Ghostly Pancakes

Your little ghouls will scream with delight when they see this spooky and fun breakfast! You could also use them for a Letter "G" snack!The best part? You probably already have all the ingredients in your pantry right now! They're a snap to make and they'll vanish before you can say, "Boo!"Ghostly Pancakes
Your favorite pancake batter (or simple recipe below)
Chocolate Chips

Spread pancake batter in blobs on griddle heated on medium-high heat. Don't worry too much about the shapes, just make sure they aren't circles.
Place two chocolate chips, pointy side down, on the pancakes for eyes and another chocolate chip for the mouth. Cook until bubbles form, flip pancake and cook for an additional 30 seconds-1 minute on the other side.
Remove from pan and serve!

Notes: MothertoMany had a great idea! She said, "A healthier version would be to use some "boo"berries for the mouth and eyes instead of chocolate chips, or raisins, or even craisins." Happy Ghosting!

2 c. sifted all-purpose flour
3 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. salt
2 tbsp. sugar
1 egg
1 1/2 c. milk
3 tbsp. oil
Mix all together. Pour 3 tablespoons batter in skillet. Brown on both sides until batter is done.


~Momster said...

Those. Are. AWESOME. I am totally making those this weekend. I could even get away with sending pancakes to school for lunch for my 4 year old that way.

You rock! Have a lovely day. :)

Natalie said...

what a clever idea! and oh so easy...perfect! thanks!!! i can't wait to make these for my kids!

Rachel Teran said...

You make me want to have kids so I can make stuff like this.

Brilliant! :)

Gina said...

Love these!!!! Awww

teachingtinytots said...

love those i'm going to me making those this weekend!

i hope its ok i added a link to your site on my teachingtinytots blog!

Kendra said...

Such a fun and easy-to-do idea. We'll definately give it a try! Thanks!

Kris said...

I love it! Who would have known there was more to pancakes than mickey. I just started reading your blog and I love it. I'm a foodie too. Would you be interested in trading links?


MotherToMany said...

A healthier version would be to use some "boo"berries for the mouth and eyes instead of chocolate chips, or raisins, or even craisins.

Mandy said...

momster--I love it! They'd be perfect for school lunch!

natalie-thank you!

rachel-you don't need kids, just make them for yourself--come on, I know you want to... ;)

gina- thank you.:)

teachingtinytots--great! I don't mind at all, I actually have a link to you on our family blog!!

kendra--thanks! Quick question, do you always look like a movie star? Don't answer that...

kris--you got it! I just added you to my sidebar.:)

mothertomany--those are great ideas! I love the "booberry" idea.:)

Candice said...

Now that, I can do. Thanks for all the darling ideas. I think I know what we are having for breakfast tomorrow am!

Tami said...

Such a cute idea! Congrats on being featured on Tip Junkie!

Brandy said...

Check out my blog, I gave you an award!

Blissful Babe said...

I, too, love the "booberry" idea!
Here is a yummy tip/alternative to using sugar! Try using vanilla and cinnamon! Oh my stars!!! Of course, I'm a quickie kinda pancake mom and use Bisquick...but I had vanilla and cinnamon to taste and it is soooo yummy! Especially with "booberries"!!!

I think I will treat my kiddo to some scary pancakes! Thanks for the tips!

Found you on Tip Junkie, by the by!!

And....I am totally bookmarking you!

Amanda said...

You are so creative, too dang cute! I posted a bunch of ghost crafts on my craft blog. I don't give that one the attention it deserves, I seem to always be on my food blog. LOL!

Jenny said...

How fun are those pancakes!! Perfect! Have a great day!

Michelle said...

We had ghost pancakes this morning, but apparently only using 3 choc. chips on the face wasn't enough for G.


Aggie said...

Love these ghosts! And so will my kids!

Morgan said...

You have some really fun ideas on here! We have breakfast for dinner fairly often, so I'll have to give the ghost pancakes a try soon. I had never thought of making them shaped like that before!

I'm following you now. Thanks for sharing such fun kids meals!

PuppyLovePrincess said...

oh these are so wonderful: cute AND easy! i've posted about them on my blog (w/ links and credits, of course!) thanks for sharing yet another creative idea. what a fun, festive treat for kidlets to wake up to!

Steph @ somewhatsimple said...

You make them look so easy! Mine did not turn out as cute... but they tasted good and my kids still ate them!!!
Thanks for the idea- I am going to try these again for sure!
Your site is darling!!!

Lindsay @ Artsy-Fartsy Mama said...

These are so fun!! Thanks for sharing! :)
Also, just letting you know I featured your pancakes on my blog last night, feel free to come check it out!

Melissa said...

Thanks for taking the time to share this simple idea. My kids would love this. :)