Hidden veggies: beets, spinach
Hidden grains: wheat
Sometimes it just takes a bit of creative to make our lives easier in the kitchen, doesn't it? I had a blast making these sassy pancakes for my family and they gobbled them all up, and then some, as we had left overs ;)
Now that I had successfully managed to get the family psyched about the green and pink pancakes, it was time to present them in a different manner.
Well, pancakes in a cup anybody??! Heck yeah!
So the following week, I whipped up the same batter, and got in position with my baking trays! If you haven't checked out the recipe, here is the way to make the batter for pancakes in a cup!
With the above recipe, you may have about two dozen cupcakes, though. So, if you need to scale them down, just reduce all ingredients by half. At least that's what I did.
Once you have the mix ready to go, pour into each cupcake slot alternating between the 3 colors to make it look like this. Switch out the order so they turn our all different color sequences.
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Bake for 12-14 minutes until a toothpick or knife comes out clean.
Let them cool for about 5 minutes and then scoop them out into a drying rack.
Enjoy them, with sprinkled powdered sugar or honey or maple syrup!