Weekend Breakfast Treat – Happy Face Pancakes!


This is a fun weekend breakfast treat the entire family will enjoy! With the weekday rush to get the kids ready for school, I am particularly thankful for Saturday and Sunday mornings that are more relaxed. I love that the kids can help make these happy face pancakes by measuring out ingredients, stirring the mix, and arranging the fruit and SKIPPY® P.B. Bites to build their own unique versions. These happy face pancakes are simple to make and are sure to bring lots of smiles around the breakfast table! happyfacepancakes1a

To make happy face pancakes, you will need:

  • your favorite pancake mix (other ingredients according to the package)
  • SKIPPY® P.B. Bites Double Peanut Butter (find them in the peanut butter aisle of your local grocery store)
  • Chocolate Chips (optional)
  • Powdered Sugar
  • Apple or Banana

Make the Pancakes

Start by making the pancakes according to the package instructions. Kids can help measure the ingredients and stir the mix! Set the pancakes aside and cover with foil to keep warm.

Prepare the Eyes and Mouth

Cut SKIPPY® P.B. Bites in half to form two eyes. I was surprised to learn that these are made with real peanut butter, but they are not sticky or messy! It did not take long for these to become part of my kids’ most requested after school snack! They especially love to snack on them with celery sticks, a banana, or apple slices. Yummy!

Cut the apple into slices (add a few drops of lemon juice to prevent browning) or cut a banana in half to form the smile.

Build Your Own Happy Face Pancakes!

Now the FUN part — Invite the kids build their own happy face pancakes! Place a pancake on a plate. Add a very light dusting of powdered sugar on top. Arrange the cut SKIPPY® P.B. Bites with the flat side down for the eyes.

As an optional step, try adding a chocolate chip on top of each of the SKIPPY® P.B. Bites to make pupils for the eyes.

Place the apple slice or the banana half for the smile! Serve immediately.

 

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Comments

  1. I would also use Skippy P.B. Bites to decorate a birthday cake.

  2. You could pair them with veggies such as celery.

  3. Mami2jcn says:

    I would add them to vanilla yogurt.

  4. Mami2jcn says:

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  5. Erin Ellis says:

    These would be great for after school sliced apple snacks! Thank you for the wonderful giveaway.
    Erin

  6. Erin Ellis says:

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  7. I would use the Skippy P.B. bites to make a layered peanut butter, fruit, granola and yogurt parfait! The possibilities are endless!

  8. I would use Skippy P.B. Bites with yogurt

  9. Julie Wood says:

    I would use the Peanut Butter bites mixed up in our popcorn to give it a fun taste!

  10. Julie Wood says:

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  11. I would make a yogurt parfait with the PB bites, vanilla yogurt and berries.

  12. I would make waffles topped with PB bites

  13. Steve Weber says:

    I would use them to decorate cupcakes!

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  14. CR Williams says:

    I am not really sure I have mostly used it for sandwiches but it would great for dipping with veggies.

  15. CR Williams says:
  16. Robin M. says:

    These would be good in trail mix.

  17. I’d love to serve them with some fresh fruit!
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  18. I would use the Skippy P.B. bites in trail mix.

  19. Madeline says:

    Hmmm, I suppose you could use Skippy P.B. bites to decorate cupcakes, too!

  20. Madeline says:
  21. Jessie C. says:

    I can make P.B. Bites monster munch Halloween party mix with SKIPPY P.B. Bites.
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  22. Jessie C. says:

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  23. Tish Winton says:

    I would put them in oatmeal as an alternative to those Dino eggs!

  24. I’d like to try them in granola bars.

  25. CR Williams says:

    I am not sure but I would eat veggies with it.

  26. These would be great to add to chocolate chip waffles.

  27. I’m sure my kids would like to use these bites in a trail mix with nuts and chocolate!

  28. They’d be cute on a whole wheat bagel with some dried fruit on top.

  29. Kathleen says:

    I can imagine decorating a bunch of cookies or cupcakes with these cute little PB Bites!

  30. Anastasia Falling says:

    You know, I’ve never been that creative with food! I would have to look some ideas up! but maybe use them on cupcakes or in ice cream? 🙂

  31. Anastasia Falling says:
  32. Cynthia C says:

    I would use them to decorate cakes and cookies.

  33. Cynthia C says:
  34. I could easily see myself making a lunch of crackers topped with slices of banana and Double Peanut Butter PB Bites. Tasty, but not messy!

  35. Here’s my tweet about your fun pancakes and the Skippy PB Bites giveaway:
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  36. in ice cream

  37. Lisa Brown says:

    I would use them to top yogurt, cottage cheese, ice cream or sundaes.

  38. Lisa Brown says:

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  39. Margaret Smith says:

    I would serve them along with fruit, like grapes, banana’s and apples.
    Thanks so much.

  40. Margaret Smith says:
  41. maria cantu says:

    I would add them to ice cream

  42. I think I’ll make a PB and chocolate cupcake and stuff these cuties in them! YUM!

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  43. I think the Skippy P.B. Bites would be great mixed into a trail mix with chocolate chunks, oats, dried fruit and peanuts. The mix would be great for camping and hiking!

  44. I bet they’d be yummy on frozen vanilla yogurt — just crumble them up!

  45. I’d try these in some steel cut oatmeal…bet that would be delicious!

  46. shelly peterson says:

    These would be good to add to a trail mix for a yummy snack.
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  47. Allison Swain says:

    I’d like to have these with fresh fruit or add them into baking recipes like for brownies/cakes.

    Thank you for the nice giveaway

  48. Allison Swain says:
  49. Stefanie Gladden says:

    I would use them to make peanut butter cookies

  50. Stefanie Gladden says:
  51. Debbie B says:

    i would use them on cupcakes

  52. Debbie B says:
  53. They would be good in homemade trail mix.

  54. sandra says:

    they might be good mixed in yogurt

  55. I think these would make a delicious ice cream sundae topping!

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  57. Carolsue says:

    I would add them to straberry flavored Greek Yogurt, along with some chopped peanuts

  58. Carolsue says:

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  59. Denise L says:

    I wonder if I could put them on a skewer with dried cherries or banana slices to make PB-fruit kabobs!

  60. Denise L says:
  61. Elizabeth pergande says:
  62. Rebecca Graham says:

    I would put them on cupcakes.

  63. Stephanie Phelps says:

    I think they would be great on some waffles or crepes!

  64. Stephanie Phelps says:
  65. Ellie Wright says:

    They would be great as a chocolate ice dream topping.

  66. Ellie Wright says:
  67. Angel Jacklyn says:
  68. Angel Jacklyn says:

    Peanut butter chocolate drop cookies!

  69. I think they would be delicious as an added ingredient to homemade granola! Yummy!

  70. amanda sakovitz says:

    I would make sandwiches and fluff with them

  71. amanda sakovitz says:
  72. natasha Lamoreux says:

    My kids would love these mixed up with pretzels and peanuts.

  73. natasha Lamoreux says:
  74. I think my kids would like Skippy Bites on pancakes! Or on some banana yogurt.
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  75. Tabathia B says:

    I guess something with bananas like a bananas and skippy sandwich

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  77. Sarah L says:

    Having never tried these, I’m not sure what I’d make with them. I think they’re most great as a snack.
    Thanks for the contest.

  78. Sarah L says:
  79. As a topping on muffins or cupcakes.

  80. Harmony B says:

    These would make a great snack mix with pretzels and m&m’s

  81. Harmony B says:
  82. Bert Ruiz says:

    I would add Skippy PB Bites to trail mix or to ice cream sundaes

  83. Bert Ruiz says:
  84. Jerry Marquardt says:

    My best dish that I make with Skippy P.B. Bites is Chicken Nuggets with wild sauce.

  85. Jerry Marquardt says:
  86. Kathryn C says:
  87. Kathryn C says:

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    would love to try them in baking (brownies, cookies) or as frosting on such

  88. Thomas Murphy says:

    I would put them on cupcakes.

  89. Thomas Murphy says:
  90. Erica Best says:

    use them to top of cookies

  91. Erica Best says:
  92. Whitney Bellows says:

    I think these would be fantastic on a PB bites and banana sandwich!

  93. Whitney Bellows says:
  94. Faith J. says:

    Pb cookies

  95. Faith J. says:
  96. Shawn Gallagher says:

    I’d like to try some kind of Skippy peanut butter rice krispie treats

  97. Shawn Gallagher says:
  98. amy rouse says:

    What other dish can you make with SKIPPY® P.B. Bites

    waffles, french toast, cookies!

  99. amy rouse says:

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