Pancakes for Halloween

Pancakes for Halloween Recipe

Thinking about something fun to make for breakfast on Halloween morning? I’m sure your kids would love to make these cute little Halloween bats! They are so simple to make. I just used Bisquick with a little food coloring added. The trick I used to make their shape was to make my pancake batter a little thinner than normal and pour it into a squeeze bottle. Then it’s as simple as drawing on your griddle, using the colorful pancake batter as your “paint.”

Pancakes for Halloween Recipe

Looks easy right? Well, it is! I made these with my son. He made a few, and I made a few. You just draw the shape, then flood in the shape with more batter. To make things even easier, we used a large electric skillet with lots of room to draw. He loved being able to create his pancakes.

Pancakes for Halloween Recipe

We also made a few pumpkins. You could also make some green batter and use it for the stem and even add a little leaf if you like.

Pancakes for Halloween Recipe

And we made a few cob web pancakes. I had alot of fun making these. So cute!

Pancakes for Halloween Recipe

To decorate the bats, I used black writing icing for the smile, and two little chocolate chips for the eyes.

Happy Halloween!

Pancakes for Halloween Recipe

Pancakes for Halloween

Pancakes for Halloween RecipePancakes for Halloween RecipePancakes for Halloween RecipePancakes for Halloween RecipePancakes for Halloween Recipe
(No Reviews Yet)
Pancakes for Halloween RecipeLoading...
    

Ingredients:

2 cups Bisquick
1 cups milk
2 eggs
4 tablespoons water
a few drops of red and yellow coloring
2 large squeeze bottles with a fine tips (Dollar store Ketchup and Mustard picnic type plastic bottles work well)

Chocolate chips for eyes
writing icing for smile

Directions:

Combine Bisquick, milk, egg and water in large bowl. Mix well and add food coloring until the desired color is achieved.

Add pancake batter to 2 large squeeze bottles. Preheat skillet or griddle to medium heat. Squeeze pancake batter into the shape bats, spider web or pumpkin. Cook pancakes until bubbles form and flip carefully. Cook until done and place on plates. Garnish bats with chocolate chips for their eyes.

All images and text © / Eclectic Recipes

Did you make this recipe?

Share a photo and tag me, @ECLECTICRECIPES on instagram with the hashtag #ECLECTICRECIPES!



This post sponsored by Bisquick. All opinions 100% mine.

Share the Love

facebook logo twitter logo Pinterest Logo mail icon

  4 Responses to “Pancakes for Halloween”

  1. Tanya — October 28, 2013 @ 2:31 pm

    These are just too cute!

  2. Miss @ Miss in the Kitchen — October 28, 2013 @ 10:00 pm

    So creative! A sure hit for the kids!

  3. Paula - bell'alimento — October 29, 2013 @ 6:34 pm

    My kids would love these!

  4. Sabine — November 5, 2013 @ 8:25 am

    They are adorable!

Featured In

Media Banner

Instagram

Insta Banner

get free weekly recipes via email:

subscribe