Pancake Puffs with Raspberries & Chocolate

 

A healthy but sweet treat to start your morning off. These pancake puffs are served with raspberries and chocolate.

Pancake Puffs with Raspberries and Chocolate

Breakfast is good for the soul. We will live and die by that motto. ūüėČ I mean, we¬†are a breakfast company.

 

Today we are extra excited to share this 5-minute recipe with you because it is easy and delicious and sure to sweeten your day! (Pun intended there.)

 

Before diving into the recipe, though, let’s talk about these cute little puffy pancakes! Here at Good Food Made Simple, we call them Pancake Puffs, but you may have also heard the names aebleskivers or appleskives puffs, the Danish name for these. However, since we aren’t Danish and make ours in Belgium, we think Pancake Puffs is more fitting and much easier to say!

 

Now, let’s get back to this recipe!

 

Whether you’re looking for a quick weekday meal or something to enjoy on a slow Sunday while reading, these pancake puffs are it. But, just like most of the recipes we share, this one is also customizable to whatever your heart desire.

 

We opted to serve ours with raspberries and Nutella, but feel free to go traditional and top them with syrup, powdered sugar, a drizzle of nut butter, fruit, or even a side of vanilla Greek yogurt!

 

Ingredients

 

No matter how you top these fun little puffs, we know you’ll be addicted!

 

Pancake Puffs with Raspberries and Chocolate

 

P.S – these are also great for snack, dessert, or brinner – just sayin’ ūüėČ

Pancake Puffs with Raspberries and Chocolate

A healthy but sweet treat to start your morning off. These pancake puffs are served with raspberries and chocolate.
Course Breakfast, Dessert, Snack
Cuisine American, Danish
Keyword breakfast, dessert, Pancake Puffs, snack
Prep Time 4 minutes
Cook Time 1 minute
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 6 people

Ingredients

  • 1 bag Pancake Puffs feel free to use the Original, Chocolate Chip or Banana flavor
  • 1 pint fresh raspberries or fruit of choice
  • 6 tbsp Nutella or melted chocolate can sub with maple syrup, nut butter, or other toppings of choice

Instructions

  • Cook pancake puffs according to package directions.
  • Evenly divide pancake puffs between 6 bowls.
  • Top with raspberries.
  • Serve with chocolate on the side for dipping or drizzled on top.
  • Enjoy!

Looking for more fun ways to use the puffs? Try one of these fun, easy, and kid-friendly ideas HERE and HERE!

 

 

 

 

Pancake Puff Ice Cream Sundae Bowls

Pancake puffs¬†aren’t just for breakfast! Top them with melted dark chocolate, fresh summer fruit, and whipped cream to make a fabulous dessert!¬†

Pancake Puff Ice Cream Sundae Bowls

It may seem a little odd to think about serving ice cream for breakfast, but as parents with picky kids, sometimes we need to step outside of our comfort zone and let them indulge! And if you think this is too much, you can always swap the ice cream for your favorite yogurt! It will still feel just like a sundae, promise!

If you’ve been around here for a while then you know we have quite the love for pancake puffs and waffles! Yes, this recipe would also be just as delicious with waffles, too! More often than not, we opt for a savory breakfast, but when we are craving something sweet (or the kids¬†want a treat) this pancake ice cream sundae is the way to go! You will score bonus points for serving this!

We are all about “build your own meals” because it allows the kids to get creative with what they eat and feel like they are the ones making the decision. Sneaky, huh?

So, to create a breakfast sundae bar like this, you will need 1-2 bags of our pancake puffs as the base and can then run wild with the rest of the toppings. As mentioned above, you could swap the ice cream for a healthier breakfast option like yogurt, serve a variety of fresh fruit, nuts, seeds, mini chocolate chips, whipped cream, etc.! Let your imagination run wild!

This recipe also works as a healthier (and fun) alternative at birthday parties or sleepovers, too! Whether this is served to kids or adults, it is a guaranteed way to bring a smile to anyone’s face.

Pancake Puff Ice Cream Sundae Bowls Ingredients:

1 package Good Food Made Simple Pancake Puffs

1 cup low-fat vanilla ice cream

1/3-1/2 cup chocolate chips, melted (or chocolate syrup)

1/2 cup fresh cherries

1/2 cup whipped cream

 

Pancake Puff Ice Cream Sundae Bowls

Pancake puffs aren't just for breakfast! Top them with melted dark chocolate, fresh summer fruit, and whipped cream to make a fabulous dessert! 
Course Breakfast
Keyword Pancake Puffs
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 4 sundaes

Ingredients

  • 1 package Good Food Made Simple Pancake Puffs
  • 1 cup low-fat ice cream or ice cream of choice
  • 1/3 cup chocolate chips, melted or chocolate syrup
  • 1/2 cup fresh cherries
  • 1/2 cup whipped cream

Instructions

  • Cook pancake puffs according to oven directions on package
  • Divide cooked pancake puffs between 4 bowls
  • Evenly divide toppings: ice cream, chocolate syrup, cherries and whipped cream between 4 bowls.
  • Serve and enjoy!

Notes

Nutrition for 1 out of 4 servings:
7.5g Protein | 59.6g Carbs | 22.8g Fat | 477 Calories
*please note nutrition facts will vary depending on amounts and brands used

Pancake Puff Banana Split

Pancake puffs served on top of greek yogurt, a split banana and finished off with chocolate, fruit, sprinkles, and honey. A healthy spin on dessert pancakes!  

Are you ready to flip your traditional savory breakfast and give this sweet, almost dessert-like pancake puff banana split a try? We thought so! Who doesn’t love a good sweet start to the day?

Although we usually gravitate towards something savory, we do love a good plate of waffles, bowl of oatmeal, or pancake puff recipe! Dare we say that the pancake puffs might even be our favorite of the three? They just slightly outrank our oatmeal combos that are also pretty much like dessert.

Since our pancake puff ice cream sundae bowls were such a hit, we figured we would create a new spin that would be a bit more in line with breakfast. We must admit, the result was pretty sweet! (pun intended)

We swapped the traditional banana split ice cream for a high-protein Greek yogurt, then we added a banana because you can’t very well have a banana split without the banana! Then we added our pancake puffs, some fresh berries, cherries, mini chocolate chips (totally breakfast friendly, right?), sprinkles and a drizzle of honey for sweetness!

This is the perfect balance of protein and carbs to set you up for a long day! Or, you could serve this as a sweet ending to a long, tiring day. Nothing says happiness and comfort more than a banana split — in any form.

Get the kids involved in making them too! Let them help you create a ‘build your own’ pancake puff banana split bar by picking out the toppings and creating their favorite combo. We guarantee they won’t even know these are healthy-ish!

Pancake Puff Banana Split Ingredients:

Pancake Puff Banana Split

Pancake puffs served on top of greek yogurt, a split banana and finished off with chocolate, fruit, sprinkles, and honey. A healthy spin on dessert pancakes!  
Course Breakfast, Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword Pancake Puffs
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 1 minute
Total Time 6 minutes
Servings 1

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup Greek yogurt or yogurt of choice
  • 1 small banana split in half lengthwise
  • 1 serving Pancake Puffs cooked according to package directions
  • 2-3 tbsp fresh berries
  • 3 fresh cherries
  • 1 tsp mini chocolate chips
  • 1 tsp sprinkles
  • drizzle of honey

Instructions

  • Layer all ingredients into your favorite ice cream sundae dish (or any bowl) starting with the yogurt, then your banana, pancake puffs, berries, cherries, chocolate chips, and sprinkles.
  • Finish off with a drizzle of honey and then enjoy!