I came across these pictures I took last year and realized I never posted the recipe! We love pancakes. We love cinnamon rolls. This gives you the best of both PLUS there's no standing over the stove top flipping pancakes and being the last person to sit down and enjoy them. I love that this make a giant pan of pancakes and everyone can sit down together and eat at the same time. I just had to share this recipe now because these baked pancakes make a great Christmas morning treat.
Baked Cinnamon Roll Pancakes
via Big Red KitchenIngredients:
1 1/2 cups milk
4 T. melted butter
2 large eggs
2 T. sugar
2 cups flour
4 t. baking powder
1/2 t. salt
Preheat oven to 350°. Lightly grease an 11×17 inch jellyroll pan. In a large mixing bowl, beat together milk, butter and egg. Add sugar, then gradually beat the flour in. Carefully stir in the baking powder and salt. Pour batter into prepared pan. Squeeze out swirls of Cinnamon Roll Filling over pancake batter- 4 swirls across, 3 down, for 12 pancakes. The original recipes suggests using wooden skewers laid across the pan as a guide. I just wing it. You can even let your Littles in on the fun and allow them to squeeze their own swirls and shapes. Bake in 350 degree oven for 8-9 minutes until center is set and does not give when pressed with your finger. Remove from oven and drizzle with Maple Cream Cheese Drizzle. Serve immediately. Makes 12 large pancakes.
Cinnamon Roll Filling
4 T. melted butter
3/4 cup brown sugar
2 T. cinnamon
In a small bowl mix filling ingredients together until blended well. Place in a pastry bag or plastic ziptop bag and snip corner to swirl over pancake batter.
Maple Cream Cheese Drizzle
2 ounces cream cheese, softened
1 cup powdered sugar
2 T. maple syrup
Mix the first three ingredients in a bowl until smooth, dripping in small amounts of milk until mixture is a drizzling consistency.
- IF you have any left over, these freeze/reheat really well!
- I also follow the above batter recipe and bake a big pan of plain pancakes from time to time. Another fun thing to do when making a large pan of plain pancakes is to let your Littles use cookie cutters to cut out their serving(s).
- You can easily halve the ingredients and bake in an 8x8 pan if you're not feeding a crowd.