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pancake muffin recipeI cannot believe that I have never posted these little gems until now.  They are one of the most requested treats in my home and I make them all the time.  These little muffins have all the flavor of pancakes, but none of the work.  I love pancakes, but sometimes, standing over the stove watching everyone eat while I am still flipping pancakes can make me cranky.  These are super quick to mix together and they are finished baking by the time the last bowl goes into the dishwasher.

These Pancake Muffins came from the adorable Bakerella.  I have made very slight changes.  We like our pancakes to have a little cinnamon and vanilla in them, so I included both in this recipe.  I also make a glaze for them, but you could do as Bakerella does and dip them directly into maple syrup.  Or eat them straight up.  They are delicious any which way you eat them.

Speaking of maple syrup, I only use pure maple syrup.  It is expensive, but the flavor and quality is far superior to the imitation syrups.

pancake muffin recipe1 cup flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons sugar
2/3 cup buttermilk
1 egg
2 Tablespoons pure maple syrup
2 Tablespoons melted butter
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 cup milk chocolate chips

Glaze:

1 cup powdered sugar
2 Tablespoons pure maple syrup

pancake muffin recipeIn a large bowl, whisk together the flour, baking soda, baking powder, cinnamon, salt, and sugar.

pancake muffin recipeIn another small bowl, whisk together the buttermilk, egg, maple syrup, butter, and vanilla.  Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients.

pancake muffin recipeMix the muffin batter until just combined.  Add the chocolate chips.  Fold together.

pancake muffin recipeLine a 24 cup mini muffin tin with paper liners and put about a Tablespoon of muffin batter in each one.  I add two extra chocolate chips to the tops of each one.  I am fancy, didn’t you know?

pancake muffin recipeBake the pancake muffins in a preheated 350 degree oven for about 8 minutes.

pancake muffin recipeWhile the muffins cool slightly, whisk together the powdered sugar and maple syrup.  If it is too thick, add a little more syrup or water.

pancake muffin recipeDip the top of the muffin into the maple syrup glaze.

pancake muffin recipeTry not to eat them all.  It is gonna be hard.  Real hard.

pancake muffin recipeWe love these so much at our house that I am going to make them for Clay’s Faithful Fish friends at his preschool this week.  Hello Miss Darcy and Miss Tara!

Pancake Muffins

Ingredients

  • 1 cup flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 2/3 cup buttermilk
  • 1 egg
  • 2 Tablespoons pure maple syrup
  • 2 Tablespoons melted butter
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1/2 cup milk chocolate chips
  • Glaze:
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 2 Tablespoons pure maple syrup

Instructions

  1. In a large bowl, whisk together the flour, baking soda, baking powder, cinnamon, salt, and sugar.
  2. In another small bowl, whisk together the buttermilk, egg, maple syrup, butter, and vanilla. Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients.
  3. Mix the muffin batter until just combined. Add the chocolate chips. Fold together.
  4. Line a 24 cup mini muffin tin with paper liners and put about a Tablespoon of muffin batter in each one. I add two extra chocolate chips to the tops of each one. I am fancy, didn’t you know?
  5. Bake the pancake muffins in a preheated 350 degree oven for about 8 minutes.
  6. While the muffins cool slightly, whisk together the powdered sugar and maple syrup. If it is too thick, add a little more syrup or water.
  7. Dip the top of the muffin into the maple syrup glaze.
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86 Responses to Pancake Muffins

  1. K&B says:

    Your blog is just great; simple and the photos are really beautiful. We’ve checked about all your recipes and are definitely looking forward to tring a lot of them!
    Here is our food blog: http://kitchenandbakery.blogspot.com; we’re new in the food blogsphere and we’d like to have your opinion about it. (Oh, by the way, we’ve added your blog to our favourite ones; hope you don’t mind)

    See you soon,

    K&B.

  2. We’ve had a recipe like this bookmarked for ages but have never gotten around to making them, something didn’t seem quite right with the recipe. But these sound amazing! So now of course we have to try them…!

  3. marinda says:

    Can’t wait to try these out!

  4. alison says:

    Pancakes are a big deal at our house too. These are a great idea!

  5. A) I love your blog (and your February header! So cute!).
    B) These muffins IMMEDIATELY caught the eye of my 3 year old who was watching me read my blogs this morning.
    C) That heart-shaped bowl – ADORABLE. Love, love, love.
    D) You wrote “male syrup” and it made me laugh really hard.
    Thanks! I think I’m making these this morning. :)

    • bakedbree says:

      LOL… OMG, I totally did. Gross. Thanks, I changed it out, since we are a family blog after all. :) The bowl came from the dollar section of Target. 2 bucks.

  6. Karin van D. says:

    That looks delicious! No idea whether or not we have maple sirup here though. I’ll have to look into how to replace that. But still. Yumm.

  7. Amanda says:

    Love these! Do you think they’ll work with blueberries instead of chocolate chips? Love the pink bowl :)

  8. Jody says:

    I am definitely making these this week. Yum! (And the “male syrup” thing made me laugh, too!)

  9. Erica says:

    I love the heart bowl. I will definitely make these this weekend.

  10. Those look incredibly delicious! I’m definitely going to try there. But I’m really crazy about that heart-shaped bowl! Super cute!

  11. Joanne says:

    If you’re going to eat maple syrup you HAVE to go with the the pure stuff. It’s just not worth the calories otherwise!

    I love pancakes but sometimes don’t feel like making them when I get up in the morning. With these I can eat them whenever the mood strikes…even if it’s the middle of the afternoon!

    • bakedbree says:

      It is so much better for you too. Once I figured out that the other kind is flavored high fructose corn syrup, what is the point?

  12. Heather says:

    These are so stinkin’ adorable!! I am just going to have to make these immediately.

  13. bentley says:

    those are adorable. cant wait to try them on my boys.

  14. How lovely. I love the heart shaped bowl, where did you get it?
    I’ll be making these very soon. Pancakes hold a very special place in my heart, but I’m like you, some times I don’t feel like standing over the stove while they cook. I want to chill out with a cup of tea and my computer and let them bake on their own : )

    Thanks for sharing!

  15. Sara says:

    You had me at pancake muffins but you killed me with the heart shaped bowl! TDF!

  16. Tiffany says:

    These look yummy and I can’t wait to try them! I too love to make pancakes since the kids love them so much, but hate that our family breakfast isn’t really family time at all. I end up eating while the kids & hubby are all done. Love the idea thanks!

  17. Heather says:

    yummmmmm!! Cannot wait to try these for breakfast on the weekend. Must go to the farm to get some maple syrup. Keep your fingers crossed that there is still some stocked away for emergencies like this!! (and that pink bowl? hello beautiful!!)

  18. blissmamaof3 says:

    Made these this morning to celebrate another snow day, so good. Thanks for the recipe!

  19. homepodge says:

    These look insanely scrumptious!
    The consensus on homepodge is that these would also be delicious with wild blueberries, lemon glaze, and maybe some candied lemon zest sprinkled on top. Honestly, I think they would be delicious no matter what. It would be really hard to mess up pancake muffins!

  20. Mel says:

    see what you think

  21. Seems to be very delicious.I copied the content.

  22. what would I say? You’re simply amazing!! Keep it up so that I can try out new recipes. ;)

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  24. Kristen says:

    Made the recipe today and bought it to a meeting. It was ok but they were more enamored with my blueberry muffins than these! Maybe next time I will add more sugar. Cute recipe though and not that bad :) Thanks

  25. Kristen says:

    Actually I have to retract my last comment. The people at the meeting that ate these muffins liked them but all suggested I use smaller chocolate chips. I think this is still a cute recipe but I would add a little more sugar. Also, on a side note the syrup and confectioners sugar did not mix too well so I added about a tablespoon of milk and it made the glaze awesome. I cannot wait to make more recipes from this site and I am glad I came across it!!!

  26. mrr1128 says:

    I had this recipe marked for a few weeks and decided to make them last night. I think overall they’re worth making but, was a bit bummed on the glaze. I used real maple syrup and was really disappointed on the overall maple flavoring. I ended up dropping in some maple extract to give them a stronger flavor. If I made again, I would do the same in the muffin.
    Thanks for such a fun blog! I love checking you out every few days to see what you’ve been up to!
    :) m.

    • bakedbree says:

      You can also dip them directly into the syrup. I just prefer the glaze because it hardens and doesn’t make the muffins soggy.

  27. Lauren says:

    These are INCREDIBLE!! I used a handful of dark chocolate chips I had lying around, as I never have the milk ones (and made these on a whim LOL). I liked the maple glaze, but did add more syrup to make it the right consistency; the maple flavor was just luscious! I was thinking of all my favorite pancake varieties to make these with, and am so pumped. :D Blueberry! Raspberry ricotta! Banana pecan! YEAH!!

  28. Kristen says:

    Me again lol. I am making these again for a breakfast at my work and per your suggestion I did find mini milk chips at my local grocer yay!! I think this time for the glaze mix powdered sugar with 1-2 tbsp of orange juice…really give it the breakfast feel lol. Question? I compare my muffins to your picture and mine seem to be a little thicker. I follow the instructions as written…am I doing something wrong? Mine do not have that liquidy pancake consistency where you can pour pancake batter into the pan. Is it supposed to be thick? Thanks! Love your recipe ideas and this site!

    • bakedbree says:

      It is a muffin, so it should not be runny like a pancake. I need to find mini milk chocolate chips!

      • Kristen says:

        Thanks! You’re right it is a muffin I guess I blanked out that part. hmmmm… I went to publix grocers but I know not all states have that grocery. Does yours???

  29. Allison says:

    These look super yummy! On a slightly off topic note about pancakes; Alton Brown suggests lining a baking sheet with a paper towel and preheating the oven to 200 degrees to keep your pancakes warm while you’re finishing cooking the pancakes. I’ve tried it and the pancakes stay fluffy and delicious without getting rubbery. It’s much more fun to make pancakes when you can actually eat them WITH the family.

  30. rankin says:

    I just made these – had a hankering for icing but maple syrup and pancakes at the same time. Recipe is nice and fluffy. I substituted 1/2 plain yogurt and 1/2 milk for the buttermilk, and raisins for the chocolate bits. The icing on this recipe works very well, but to break up the ‘brown on brown’ appearance, maybe instead just a plain white glaze but with a dollop of maple extract for flavoring. I added lemon zest to the icing and topped with sliced bananas and a drizzle of maple syrup. Teamed with a great breakfast sausage, it makes quite the Sunday morning treat. It could be my location, but I found I had to bake these for 12 min’s. I put the heat up to 355 when I saw how slow they were baking. For anyone not wanting to babysit making pancakes 2 at a time, or going with a leavened bun recipe, this recipe is great!

  31. Simon says:

    they look great! thanks for sharing, i made my own version: http://tumblr.com/xsa361ij06
    Regards, Simon

  32. Wow, these look amazing. I have a thing for muffins and this just made my muffin to-do list. Can’t wait to give these a try. Plus, they’re mini muffins, which make them extra fun to eat.

    Btw, I love your blog. It’s absolutely beautiful. I will definitely be following :)

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  34. mel says:

    Yummy! trying them tonight! Do you think the cooking time will vary for large muffins?

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  36. Nel says:

    Saw these on pinterest and since pancakes are my son’s favorite, I’m giving these a try today. We don’t have the pure maple syrup so the Karo Pancake variety will have to do for now. I’d love to know if anyone else tried “fake” syrup and the results.

  37. Valerie says:

    These were wonderful. A quick and easy breakfast that didn’t require standing in front of a stove while everyone else is eating. :) Thanks for sharing.

  38. Raylene says:

    Hey there, these look amazing! :) Any idea if they can be frozen?

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  41. Julia says:

    I Loveeeed this! very delicous. Was gone in less than one minute in this household! Would recommend to anyone!!!! Very happy with the results :)

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  45. patsy says:

    I am definitely going to have to make these! What a perfect weekend treat that you can take on the go with you!

  46. Laura says:

    I used this recipe last night. Very delicious! I added some sliced up breakfast sausge into the muffins as well. It add an awesome salty sweet component!

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