Looking for a fun breakfast ideas for kids? Make rainbow pancakes! Your favorite pancake batter is died a rainbow of colors for a fun and colorful meal.
Pancakes are a special treat around here. We make red velvet pancakes, Elvis pancakes, gingerbread pancakes, pancake pops – you name it, we’ve probably tried it. So these rainbow pancakes fit right in with this crowd. The only thing they like better than pancakes is rainbow food.
This breakfast recipe is so easy to make. Basically you just make your favorite pancake batter. It can be from a box, a homemade mix or from scratch. This recipe was made with a box mix. Divide the batter in to 6 separate bowls. Make sure you have someone around to do the dishes!
Add food coloring – red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet will get you a true rainbow. But neon or pastels would be fun, too. You’ll want separate spoons to mix each bowl.
Each bowl will make one pancake and you’ll end up with one rainbow stack. If you need more, just repeat the process or make a double batch of batter and make 2 pancakes of each color.
Serve with your favorite pancake topping! We like maple syrup, but buttermilk syrup is ah-mazing! These would make a super fun first day of school or a birthday breakfast.
- Any pancake mix from a box or 3 Cups pancake mix
- 2 Cups water
- Food coloring (red, blue, yellow, green, blue, purple)
- (Or directions on your pancake box)
- Mix together your pancake mix per directions on the box or recipe.
- Separate your mix into 6 different bowls. Make sure someone else is around to do the dishes!
- Add one food coloring (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple) to each bowl and mix.
- Use a greased pan or skillet to cook your pancakes. Each bowl makes 1 pancake.
- Makes 6 pancakes - 1 of each color.
- Stack with purple on bottom, then blue, green, yellow, orange, and red on top.
- Top off with a little butter and maple syrup, 6.6.14