Recipe For Strawberry Pancakes

No Fail – Strawberry Pancakes Recipe

I love SpongeBob SquarePants and this is a pancake that would win the Krusty Cook Off!


These strawberry pancakes are extra fluffy – and who does not like a fluffy pancake. This is such a good recipe that you can make sheet pan pancakes from the mix – really like a strawberry souffle pancakes recipe.


We show you this recipe here and it makes amazing sheet pan pancakes. This sheet pan pancake recipe with strawberry is easy to make and we used it in our restaurant for years and had people coming back again and again because these sheet pan pancakes were so good, and add in a fresh strawberry or twenty and it is amazing, in the backing process they kind of make their own strawberry syrup.

By following our method you get golden shortcake-like edges and filled with juicy strawberries in every bite. They’re delicious and really have natural fresh strawberry syrup. This is a simple easy, and budget breakfast recipe that comes together in no time and it looks so good it is great for mothers day or fathers day special breakfast. Then topped with whipped cream, more berries, and maple syrup, yogurt (I like greek yogurt), or macerated strawberries as a syrup for a perfect strawberry-filled breakfast.

See Our Full Video – Here – It shows the batter consistency at 2.10 minutes.

Also see our short video for cellphones here – it is an overview in less than a minute.

Mini Bacon and egg bread quiche cups are also a great brunch option.

Strawberry Pancake Recipe

If you’re looking for the perfect recipe to switch or make a better pancake than the ihop strawberry banana pancakes you normally have – then these strawberry pancakes are just the perfect thing. And while you can make them in the traditional way – and serve with a homemade strawberry syrup (often made of frozen strawberries) – these will amaze your loved one and it is one big cookie sheet pancakes – They’re fluffy and tender and filled with juicy strawberries. Then when they’re covered in whipped cream and maple syrup or ice cream- you’ve got yourself a pretty dynamite breakfast. Or top them with strawberry sauce for extra strawberry goodness.

When the strawberry season comes around, I always look for ways to use strawberries in the kitchen. So instead of making buttermilk pancakes for brunch, I used the berries to make a delish strawberry souffle pancake.

Step by Step Photos on How To Make A Strawberry Pancake

Zest 1 Orange – make sure you only get the orange part of the skin – not the white – the white is bitter.

How To Zest An Orange For Strawberry Pancake Mix
How To Zest An Orange For Strawberry Pancake Mix

Wash the strawberries Then top them and cut them into 1/4 inch slices 

Slice Strawberries and Butter The Pan
Slice Strawberries and Butter The Pan

Pan brush it with room temperature butter covering the bottom of the pan 

Add 1 tbsp of raw sugar or demerara sugar – sprinkled evenly over the pan

Sugar The Pan for Strawberry Vanilla Pancakes
Sugar The Pan for Strawberry Vanilla Pancakes

Layer the sliced strawberries on the bottom of the pan neatly because when we turn it over it’s going to be the top

Next put in a mixing bowl the self-raising flour, salt, and caster sugar.  Mix it up with a whisk gently before you start to put in the wet ingredients

Neatly Put The Strawberries In The Pan
Neatly Put The Strawberries In The Pan

Add in the orange zest 

Pancakes and Strawberries Batter
Pancakes and Strawberries Batter – See Our Video For An Example Of How Runny The Batter Should Be

Eggs – Whisk up one egg with a fork. Take the other egg and separate the egg white from the yolk. Put the yellow yolk into your egg mix and whisk again

Now it’s time to add your wet ingredients to the dry – start by putting in the eggs that you have whisked also and the milk, vanilla extract (use good quality – not essence) and the orange juice keep back about 10% of the orange juice so you can adjust the consistency of the mix.

healthy strawberry pancakes
Healthy Strawberry Pancakes – Pour In The Patter

The mix should run easily off the whisk is the consistency that you’re looking TO check out our video at position 2.10  we show it.

Take your pan with the strawberries on the bottom and put it on low to medium heat, wait until the butter melts and then pour the pancake batter mix all over. Get it so that it is evenly spread and flat.

strawberry souffle pancake
Put On The Lid For Strawberry Souffle Pancake

Cook for approximately 2-3 minutes on low heat until you see bubbles coming onto the top of the pancake mix.

Then cover the pan with a top so that the steam is trapped inside and cook for a further 1 minute.

The next step is to take your pan and put it in an oven at 300F or 150 C and bake for 15 minutes. Then with a skewer check, the middle of the pancake is dry when you pull out the skewer.  If the skewer is dry you’re ready if it’s still a little bit wet put it back in the oven for another 5 minutes 

How To Tell In The Strawberry Pancake is Done
How To Tell In The Strawberry Pancake is Done

Finally to brown the bottom of the pancake.  Turn on your broil or grill and place the pancake underneath, watch very carefully so that the pancake bottom doesn’t burn. This only takes 1 to 2 minutes and you’ll get a nice brown bottom of pancake. 

Take out and let the pancake cool for about 3 to 4 minutes while you use a spatula to just release the edges of a pancake from the pan.

To turn the pancake, put on a plate to pancake in the pan and invert it and the pancake should come out showing you the beautiful strawberries

Pan Pancakes and Strawberries
Pan Pancakes and Strawberries

Strawberry Pancake Recipe

These are the perfect recipe to switch or make a better pancake than ihop strawberry banana pancakes you normally have. They're fluffy and tender and filled with juicy strawberries. Then when they're covered in whipped cream and maple syrup or ice cream- you've got yourself a pretty dynamite breakfast.
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time20 mins
Course: Breakfast, Brunch, Dessert
Cuisine: American
Servings: 6
Calories: 321kcal
Author: Rosie
Cost: $5

Ingredients

  • 2 cups self-raising flour
  • 0.75 cup caster sugar
  • 0.5 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 tablespoon orange zest
  • 3.4 fl oz orange juice Freshly Squeezed
  • 1 egg
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 5 fl oz milk
  • 1 tablespoon unsalted butter Salted Also Ok
  • 0.5 lb strawberries

Instructions

  • Zest 1 Orange – make sure you only get the orange part of the skin – not the white – the white is bitter
  • Wash the strawberries Then top them and cut them into 1/4 inch slices
  • Pan brush it with room temperature butter covering the bottom of the pan. Add 1 tbsp of raw sugar or demerara sugar – sprinkled evenly over the pan
  • Layer the sliced strawberries on the bottom of the pan neatly because when we turn it over it's going to be the top
  • Next put in a mixing bowl the self-raising flour, salt, and caster sugar.  Mix it up with a whisk gently before you start to put in the wet ingredients – and add The Orange zest.
  • Eggs – Whisk up one egg with a fork. Take the other egg and separate the egg white from the yolk. Put the yellow yolk into your egg mix and whisk again
  • Now it's time to add your wet ingredients to the dry – start by putting in the eggs that you have whisked also and the milk, vanilla extract (use good quality – not essence) and the orange juice keep back about 10% of the orange juice so you can adjust the consistency of the mix.
    The mix should run easily off the whisk is the consistency that you're looking TO check out our video at position 2.10  we show it.
  • Take your pan with the strawberries on the bottom and put it on low to medium heat, wait until the butter melts and then pour the pancake batter mix all over. Get it so that it is evenly spread and flat.
    Cook for approximately 2-3 minutes on low heat until you see bubbles coming onto the top of the pancake mix.
  • Then cover the pan with a top so that the steam is trapped inside and cook for a further 1 minute.
  • The next step is to take your pan and put it in an oven at 300F or 150 C and bake for 15 minutes. Then with a skewer check, the middle of the pancake is dry when you pull out the skewer.  If the skewer is dry you're ready if it's still a little bit wet put it back in the oven for another 5 minutes
  • Finally to brown the bottom of the pancake.  Turn on your broil or grill and place the pancake underneath, watch very carefully so that the pancake bottom doesn't burn. This only takes 1 to 2 minutes and you'll get a nice brown bottom of pancake.
  • Take out and let the pancake cool for about 3 to 4 minutes while you use a spatula to just release the edges of a pancake from the pan.
    To turn the pancake, put on a plate to pancake in the pan and invert it and the pancake should come out showing you the beautiful strawberries.

Notes

Now you’re ready to eat and a little bit of maple syrup if you like and enjoy.

Nutrition

Calories: 321kcal | Carbohydrates: 62g | Protein: 8g | Fat: 5g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Trans Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 67mg | Sodium: 25mg | Potassium: 185mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 30g | Vitamin A: 227IU | Vitamin C: 32mg | Calcium: 53mg | Iron: 1mg

Now For Some Strawberry Pancake Recipe Making Tips.

When making these pink strawberry pancakes – be sure that the milk and eggs are at room temperature before getting started as then all the cooking times will be correct.

How do you warm up your pancake ingredients quickly?

You can warm up then pancake ingredients like the milk in the microwave in short 10 second bursts. For the warm eggs – Place the eggs in a bowl of warm water for about 5 minutes to bring them to room temperature

Fold the wet ingredients and dry ingredients together well so that it is smooth and the right consistency – especially if you are making cookie sheet pancakes.

How Do I keep my Strawberry Pancakes Warm?

To keep pancakes warm, set your oven to 200F degrees and place a wire rack on top of a baking sheet. Place them on the baking sheet and put them in the oven to keep warm.

These fluffy strawberry pancakes are everything you could want in a pancake recipe – fluffy, golden, super stackable if you make traditional pancakes, and the perfect way to start your morning. So make some for breakfast or dessert. And don’t forget the whipped cream!

Pancakes are best served immediately after making.

How do I store leftover pancakes?

Strawberry pancakes can be stored in the fridge for a few days in a Ziploc bag, or on a plate with plastic wrap.

How do You Make Strawberry Pancakes with Strawberry Sauce?

Start with Your Lightly Sweet Strawberry Sauce. To make the strawberry sauce. Add the strawberries (you can also use macerated strawberries with strawberry yogurt) to a saucepan and sprinkle with a little bit of granulated sugar. Simmer for eight to ten minutes stirring gently so it does not burn. Squeeze a tablespoon of lemon juice into the sauce.

To make simple pancakes

Heat a little canola or vegetable oil or cooking spray in a large skillet over medium heat. I like to use my cast-iron skillet. Pour approximately 1/4 cup of batter into the skillet. Cook until you see bubbles appear on the surface and the sides are brown and slightly crispy. Flip using a spatula, and cook until browned on the other side. Serve warm with the fresh strawberry sauce.

What pan is best for cooking pancakes?

My favorite pan I use for cooking pancakes is a cast-iron skillet. This makes the crispy edges so yummy. However, if you like your edges not quite so crispy then you can use a non-stick skillet with cooking spray. Also, a stove-top griddle works well too!

Can you substitute other fruit?

Yes, this recipe also works with other fruit even mangos as they slice and cook well.

If you make a sauce with the blackberries and the raspberries, reduce the simmering time for the sauce to about five minutes.

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