For a tasty breakfast, try these fun, fruity, nutritious pancakes. Your kids will eat some of their five fruits or vegetables a day and the pancakes will taste good without adding a lot of sugar! When your kids help with the recipe, they’ll learn about healthy eating habits and cooking.

Rainbow pancakes are fun to eat and make! If your little ones get messy making this delicious breakfast, Breeze will deal with any fruit or food colouring stains.

Kids might need help when cutting fruit or using a frying pan – be sure to supervise children in the kitchen.

When everyone’s rushing around in the morning, a few versatile, healthy breakfast recipes are what you need. Try different fruits (or add raisins or nuts), spices (cinnamon, vanilla or ground cardamom) or flour in this recipe. And why not try grating in some vegetables?

How to Make Tasty Breakfast Pancakes

The best breakfast recipes for kids are those that are so simple that your little ones can follow the instructions! For kids, often the trickiest part is measuring out the ingredients. For this pancake recipe, all they need to do is use a cup to get the right amount of flour and milk.

Basic Ingredients for Pancakes:

  • 1 Egg
  • 1 cup of self-raising flour
  • 1 cup milk Pinch of salt
  • 25g of butter

Ingredients to Create Rainbow Pancakes:

  • Different food colourings
  • Chopped or pureed fruit, like strawberries, bananas, kiwis, cherries or mangoes.

Tip

Two or three pancakes will be more than enough for each child. Any extra pancakes can be kept in an airtight container in the fridge for a few days. This is a great healthy breakfast recipe that will help your kids eat different kinds of fruit!

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