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Easy Pancake Roll-Ups Recipe Kid-Style!


Let’s make pancake roll ups. Pancakes are a big part of our breakfast…especially on the weekends for our family. We pretty much tried every pancake recipe on the planet and were looking for something different. So, we rolled our sleeves and came up with our own pancake recipe – Pancake Roll-Ups, because when it comes to kids – it’s all about the presentation, isn’t it?

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Let’s make some Pancake Roll-ups: Kid Style!

How to Make Pancake Roll ups Recipe

We love these pancake roll-ups because it’s so easy to eat and of course, they are so so yummy. Since no forks or knives are needed here, it could be perfect for a breakfast picnic. A glass of milk would go perfectly.

Related: Homemade pancake mix recipe

As I mentioned above we only try to eat pancakes on the weekends, so when we do it’s definitely a treat. There may or may not be chocolate involved.

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pancake roll ups shown with pancakes wrapped around banana with chocolate and cut into medallions
Let’s make some yummy roll-ups!

Ingredients Needed to Make Pancake Roll-Ups Recipe

Basic Pancake Recipe Ingredients

  • 2 eggs
  • 2 glasses of buttermilk (or plain yogurt)
  • Flour
  • baking soda
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 spoons of sugar
  • butter for the pan and for pancakes

For the Roll-ups Ingredients

Directions To Make Pancake roll-ups Recipe

Steps 1-4 to make pancake roll ups - cook, spread, stuff and roll and cut
Here are the easy steps in making this pancake roll-ups recipe!

Step 1

In a mixing bowl, mix all the pancake recipe ingredients. Make sure that the mixture is not too thick or too thin.

Step 2

Melt the butter in a pan and cook your pancakes.

Step 2

After cooking the pancakes, spread some chocolate spread on each of them. I made my own (by melting 1 bar of dark chocolate in the pan on low heat) because my kids have nut allergies. You can use Nutella or any other chocolate spreads. I believe Peanut Butter would be P.E.R.F.E.C.T. here too.

Step 3

Put banana on the pancake and roll it.

Step 4

child picking up a pancake roll up with the text: pancake roll ups on a plate with a glass of milk
Serve with syrup, sauce, or a glass of milk!

Carefully cut the rolled-up pancake in half and then into smaller pieces.

Step 5

finished pancake roll ups recipe shown on a plate with a glass of milk for breakfast
Such sweet pancakes for breakfast!

Add some more syrup, spread, sauce, some fruit. Whatever their little hearts desire.

Tips in making perfect pancakes for the roll-ups

For these pancake roll-ups, you can use your favorite pancake recipe. Just make sure the pancakes aren’t too thin or too thick. Somewhere between crepes and fluffy American pancakes. If you see they are coming out too thick just dilute the batter with some water or milk. If they are too thin add some more flour.

I hope you enjoy your breakfast with these pancake roll-ups and start the day with a lot of happy faces and full tummies.

Prep Time
10 minutes

Cook Time
10 minutes

Additional Time
10 minutes

Total Time
30 minutes

Ingredients

Pancake batter recipe

  • 2 eggs
  • 2 glasses of buttermilk (or plain yogurt)
  • Flour
  • baking soda
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 spoons of sugar
  • butter for the pan and for pancakes

Roll-ups Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Make the pancakes. Mix the ingredients in a mixing bowl (or use your favorite pancake mix), making sure it’s not too thick and too thin.
  2. Butter the pan and cook your pancakes.
  3. After cooking the pancakes, spread some chocolate spread on each of them.
  4. Put banana on the pancake and roll it.
  5. Carefully cut the rolled-up pancake in half and then into smaller pieces.
  6. Add some more syrup, spread, sauce, some fruit, and serve with a glass of milk!

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