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Breakfast will be a huge hit when you make this McDonalds Pancake Recipe. This is the best pancake recipe!

 

We love pancakes. Sometimes we like to go to McDonald’s for breakfast and get a McDonalds Big Breakfast. And other times we like to make pancakes at home.

 

For the longest time, I could not make pancakes! They would not fluff up or they would be raw inside. I was so happy when this recipe worked and tasted so good! 

 

 

 

 

This is our family’s favorite recipe. It really reminds us of McDonalds Pancakes. My kids love them. Sometimes I add some sausage patties and hashbrowns and my kids think it is the best breakfast ever! 

 

I love that this recipe makes so many fluffy pancakes and we freeze them so we have pancakes for a few days. 

 

 

 

They are much easier to heat up than to make a new batch every day! Then you just pop them in the microwave for 30-45 seconds and enjoy. 

 

When you make this recipe for McDonalds Pancake Recipe, it is much cheaper and tastes better than store-bought frozen pancakes.

 

Plus I don’t need to get up early and get out of my pajamas for us to enjoy a delicious breakfast! 

 

What are some other ways that you enjoy eating your pancakes? Here are a few more creative ways to enjoy pancakes! 

  • Sprinkles! If you are making these pancakes for a birthday celebration you can top them with sprinkles and whipped cream. 
  • Real maple syrup and a pat of butter make these pancakes extra rich and delicious. These thick and fluff pancakes absorb these delicious toppings. 
  • Bacon! I haven’t tried this but I have seen people put a piece of cooked bacon on the griddle and then cover it with pancake batter and let it cook. Some people love the combination of bacon and syrup. (I am not one of those people!) 
  • Add some berries. When we go out to eat my daughter loves to get some strawberries with whipped cream with her pancakes. Sometimes they make them look like a Mickey face! You could even add some bananas. 
  • Use different syrups! They make so many different kinds of syrups. So grab something other than butter or maple-flavored syrup. I love to go to iHop and try out the strawberry and blueberry syrup. Oh and I love the buttered pecan syrup! 

 

So now you have the best recipe for fluffy and light pancakes and a ton of ways to enjoy them. Make sure you leave me a comment and tell me your favorite way to enjoy pancakes! 

 

 

So gather up all these Mcdonald’s pancakes ingredients and make your family an amazing and delicious breakfast in your kitchen! 

 

 

This McDonald's Pancake is the best pancake recipe. It's an easy pancake recipe that tastes just like McDonalds. They are fluffy and from scratch. You can even add chocolate chips to them or spread Nutella on them. It's a great recipe for kids. #pancakes #recipe #copycat #breakfast #kidfriendly This McDonalds Pancake Recipe is the perfect pancake recipe. My family thinks they are a copycat McDonalds Pancakes recipe.

 

McDonalds Pancake Recipe

McDonalds Pancake Recipe

Ingredients

  • 2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 2 Tablespoons of baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 4 Tablespoon sugar
  • 2 eggs beaten
  • 2 cups of milk
  • 4 tablespoons oil

Instructions

  1. Preheat and grease a griddle or frying pan. (I prefer a griddle.) 
  2. Combine all the ingredients until there are minimul lumps. Make sure not to over mix.
  3. Pour about 1/3 cup of the batter. When the edges become dry and the top is bubbly flip the pancake and cook the other side for about a minute.
  4. Let cool and freeze any leftovers. Re-heat in the microwave for about 20 seconds per pancake.

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Sometimes we add chocolate chips to the batter and my husband loves to eat them with peanut butter. Of course, these pancakes are delicious with a pat of butter and syrup. They are also really good with Nutella

 

My kids could eat these McDonald’s Pancakes all day long!

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The best pancake recipe. It's an easy pancake recipe that tastes just like McDonalds. They are fluffy and from scratch. You can even add chocolate chips to them or spread Nutella on them. It's a great recipe for kids. #pancakes #recipe #copycat #breakfast #kidfriendly This McDonalds Pancake Recipe is the perfect pancake recipe. My family thinks they are a copycat McDonalds Pancakes recipe.

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Carla Tidwell

Saturday 20th of January 2024

How would it be if I substituted buttermilk for the milk?

Janell

Sunday 28th of January 2024

I have never used buttermilk in this recipe. If you try it - let me know how it works.

barbg

Monday 25th of September 2023

Pancakes look awesome. My brother was a Manager at Mc'Ds for 10 years and he says they also add 1 teaspoon cinnamon to the mixture. Not enough to overpower it just a little hint of sweetness.

Tori

Monday 25th of September 2023

I love McDonalds pancakes. To be honest, I would rather have their pancakes than the fanciest restaurant. That being said, these are the best pancakes ever. Super fluffy (I think this is the key to McDonalds pancakes), very easy to make, and sooooo good! You have absolutely nailed it, and believe me, I have finally stopped my search for the ultimate recipe...this is it!!

Janell

Monday 25th of September 2023

This is the best comment :) Thank you for your sweet message. We do think they are amazing and it's good to know that others love them too!

Lydia

Saturday 23rd of September 2023

So good! Not quite like McDonald’s—it’s better! Haha

Janell

Monday 25th of September 2023

Better than McDonalds pancakes works for me!

blaire

Saturday 5th of August 2023

hi, can i ask what oil you used please

Janell

Friday 11th of August 2023

I usually have canola oil in that pantry so I use that.

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