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It’s no surprise my mornings and most evenings when my daughters go to bed begin with a big cup of coffee. It really is the busiest time of year and although I love having the flexibility to work from home mostly on my own schedule, that also means my real work hours are in the night when the rest of my house is sleeping so I can get the most out of the days with my youngest daughter. I’m trying to soak up every minute of this time while she’s still little. At almost three, I can’t believe how quickly these years have already flown by. With the business of the holidays also comes all the yumminess of the holiday flavors. International Delight® Frosted Sugar Cookie Coffee Creamer at Walmart has been my new favorite coffee addition. So much so that it’s also a favorite holiday baking ingredient this season. My frosted sugar cookie pancakes are possibly the best thing I’ve ever baked and could be the reason I show up to a holiday cookie exchange with a plate of pancakes. International Delight® Chocolate Hazelnut Coffee Creamer is a close second and is an ultimate holiday must have in your refrigerator.
The Frosted Sugar Cookie creamer is incredible in a cup of coffee and has the sweet taste of home in a rich, creamy swirl inspired by cookies & frosting.
I’ve used International Delight® creamers in baking before. Remember my Caramel Macchiato Brownies? YUM! But this season there are new varieties that are providing even more inspiration for holiday baking like these peanut butter chocolate cheesecake bites. Yes, please.
You can find a big variety of seasonal International Delight® creamers at your local Walmart in the refrigerated dairy section.
Let’s talk about these Frosted Sugar Cookie Pancakes that might remind you of a certain favorite holiday movie. I’ll admit, they do look like they’re loaded in sugar but don’t let those sprinkles fool you. These would make an excellent breakfast for the day your holiday Elf arrives or just a fun morning treat when you have out of town visitors.
Frosted Sugar Cookie Pancakes Recipe
- 1 1/2 C flour
- 3 tsp baking powder
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1/4 C sugar
- 1/2 C butter
- 1 egg
- 1 tsp vanilla
- 1 C International Delight® Frosted Sugar Cookie Coffee Creamer
- 1 tsp vegetable oil
- toppings: powdered sugar, whipped topping, sprinkles
In large bowl, mix flour, baking powder and salt and set aside.
In bowl mix sugar, melted butter and egg. Add vanilla and creamer and stir until combined.
Add dry ingredients to creamer mixture and stir until well mixed.
Lightly oil hot griddle and drop pancake mixture onto middle. Cook each side until light brown carefully flipping between cooking each side.
Stack cooked pancakes on plate. Sprinkle with powdered sugar and top with whipped topping and sprinkles. If traditional pancakes are desired, these are also yummy with butter and maple syrup.
Enjoy with your warm coffee or if you’ve already had a cup (or two, or three), pour yourself a big cup of milk and enjoy your frosted sugar cookie…PANCAKE!
Do you have a favorite seasonal creamer?
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19 thoughts on “Frosted Sugar Cookie Pancakes Recipe”
What a clever idea to incorporate the International Delight Frosted Sugar Cookie Coffee Creamer into pancakes! I think I know what we’re having for dinner tomorrow night! #client
These look absolutely delicious! I love pancakes and these have the perfect festive spin to them. They would be great for Christmas morning!
Ooooh I love these fancy schmancy pancakes. We have pancakes for brinner almost once a week and my kids will love these ones.
Those pancakes look amazing and I can see eating them any time of day. I love how you used the creamer and whipped cream to make them a real treat.
OH my! These look AMAZING! This is the first time I’ve seen sugar cookie pancakes! I bet they’re super delicious!
Can I come to your house for pancakes please? These look amazing and your photos are sensational – I’m drooling right now!
Turning a beloved recipe into a pancake is an awesome idea! I just love how you made this, it’s something that my kids will enjoy especially this season!
WOW! These look really neat. I love the idea of changing this recipe into a festive one like this. YUMMY!
This is a great recipe my husband would love it and so would I. I love sugar cookies and have that taste in pancakes sounds awesome
This looks so good! I’m not a big pancake person but I would love to dig right into these!
I’m sorry to be so bold, but could you add a little more whipped cream to mine? 🙂 🙂 🙂 These look divine.
These pancakes look amazing! I should make them on Christmas morning for the whole family!
I’ve been craving pancakes lately but wanted to make something different than the usual banana choc chip I always make. These look heavenly. They have just the right amount of sweetness I crave.
These remind me of my favorite brunch place in Chicago, The Bongo Room. They always make these insanely creative pancakes, just like these. Since I don’t live in Chicago anymore I haven’t found any place to replace, but now I can make my own Bongo Room worthy pancakes at home.
Great recipe for Thanksgiving breakfast for the little ones. We are hosting this year, and 8 kids will be arriving Wednesday night. Great idea for that big breakfast needed to hold them over until dinner.
How fune is this!! Such a great and festive breakfast idea for the holidays!! My son would love them!!
I made these, however the batter seems reaslly thick, is that how yours turned out?
Our batter was thicker too but it helped them stay big and fluffy instead of flat while cooking.
How many pancakes does it make?