Try These 5 Toddler-Friendly Pancake Recipes for National Pancake Day

If you love fluffy, fruity, chocolate-y pancakes, chances are your tot will, too. What's not to obsess over? So today, on National Pancake Day,  we're giving you five easy recipes — from mini-pancakes to dairy-free flapjacks — to share with your toddler. But don't blame us if they reach for seconds. Has your toddler tried pancakes yet?
ByIvy Jacobson
Associate Editor, The Knot
Jan 2017
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Toddler's First Pancakes

If you’re letting your toddler in on the wonderful world of pancakes for the first time, these fun (and thin) rollups will leave a lasting impression.

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Three Ingredient Pancakes

If you’ve got bananas, eggs, flour and little time to spare, then you can make this simple pancake recipe.

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Egg, Dairy and Sugar-Free Banana Pancakes

These hotcakes are perfect if your tot has an egg, sugar or dairy allergy. Oats and other healthy ingredients are substituted — and you can always add in other pieces of fruit to complement the bananas.

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Pumpkin Pancakes

For a fun variation on flavor, give your toddler a taste of pumpkin while it’s still chilly and “seasonal” out.

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Mini Pancakes

What’s cuter than your little one eating a little pancake? Mini pancakes are a fun finger food and can crumble easily to eat on a high chair. Bonus: this recipe is made to freeze well, so you can make a ton and save 'em for later.

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