Pancakes For Babies And Toddlers (10+ Easy Recipes)

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Pancakes are so versatile and pancakes for babies can also be customized with different flavors and tastes. Here are some simple pancake recipes that are easy to make and refined-sugar-free!

10 Pancake Recipes (For Babies and Toddlers)
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Pancakes are a great first food for babies and simple to make. You’ve probably heard of the classic “oatmeal banana” pancakes for babies, but there are so many other flavor variations that can be explored. Pancakes are a fun and easy way of introducing new flavors and textures to your little ones. Whether you’re turning pancakes bright green from added spinach or adding bursts of flavor with blueberries, there are so many possibilities!

1. Oatmeal Banana Pancakes

This classic recipe is a signature for a reason, it is so simple to make and comes together with only a few ingredients! Oatmeal banana pancakes are a great way to use up overripe bananas and include a great serving of oats!

Oatmeal banana pancakes served on a wooden tray
Oatmeal banana pancakes served with berries.
4.93 from 14 votes

Oatmeal Banana Pancakes

Oatmeal banana pancakes are a perfect first food for baby-led weaning! They are quick to make and great to freeze and reheat to serve throughout the week!
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2. Pancake Cereal

Pancake cereal is a fun take on the classic oatmeal banana pancake, but it mini, bite-size form. These adorable little pancake bites are tiny and great for serving as a snack. To make pancake cereal, simply use the oatmeal banana pancake recipe above, pour the batter into a squeeze bottle, and squeeze out small dime-sized circles onto a pre-heated pan. It takes a little more effort than traditional pancakes, but make a fun treat!

Pancake cereal served with fruits.

3. Blueberry Pancakes

Blueberries add the perfect bursts of natural sweetness when incorporated into pancakes. If your little one is a fan of blueberries, they will love these fruity flavored pancakes!

Blueberry oat pancakes served with blueberries
Blueberry oat pancakes served with blueberries
5 from 13 votes

Blueberry Oat Pancakes

Blueberries are known as the king of antioxidants and pack so many nutritional benefits! These blueberry pancakes are freezer-friendly and great for baby-led weaning!
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4. Spinach Banana Pancakes

Spinach is a nutrient-dense vegetable that is great to incorporate into meals for your little one. Blend spinach into your pancake batter for fun colored, nutritious pancakes that your little ones are sure to love!

Spinach banana pancakes topped with blueberries
Spinach banana pancakes topped with blueberries
5 from 16 votes

Spinach Banana Pancakes

These spinach banana pancakes are perfect for baby-led weaning! The bright green color makes them a fun treat your little ones are sure to love!
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5. Cinnamon Apple Pancakes

These cinnamon apple pancakes use apples as the main sweetener instead of banana. They are fluffy with a warm cinnamon flavor making them a comforting breakfast treat.

Cinnamon apple pancakes topped with cinnamon apples
Cinnamon apple pancakes topped with cinnamon apples
5 from 10 votes

Cinnamon Apple Pancakes

These pancakes are sweetened with applesauce and are dairy-free!
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6. Pumpkin Pancakes

Who says pumpkin is only for the fall? I love making these pancakes all year round for that rich pumpkin flavor and taste. This batter also doubles as waffle mix!

Pumpkin pancakes served with raspberries and blackberries
Pumpkin waffles served with raspberries and blackberries
5 from 6 votes

Pumpkin Waffles/Pancakes

These bright orange waffles make a great breakfast or snack! The same batter also doubles as pancake batter, so you can make both pumpkin-flavored waffles and pancakes at once!
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7. Banana Pancake Bites

This Tik Tok trend has quickly become a favorite in our house. Simply dip thin slices of banana into a pancake batter and cook into small bites. I’ve experimented with using strawberries and apples as the dipped fruit and my boys have loved them all!

Banana pancake bites served with raspberries and sliced bananas
Banana pancake bites served with raspberries and sliced bananas
5 from 7 votes

Banana Pancake Bites

These little banana pancake bites are a fun twist on classic baby banana pancakes. Banana slices are dipped into a banana pancake batter for a double banana treat!
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8. Beet Banana Pancakes

The bananas provide sweetness to these pancakes and the beets give the pancakes that vibrant pink color! Beets can be a hit or miss with little ones, but the natural sweetness from the banana helps to balance out the earthy beet taste!

Beet banana pancakes
Beet banana pancakes topped with crushed blackberries
5 from 4 votes

Beet Pancakes

Beets contain vitamins and minerals that are so great for a baby’s development! These beet banana pancakes have a bright red color and subtle taste that your little ones are sure to love!
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9. Chocolate Banana Pancakes

These pancakes get their chocolatey flavor from a little added cocoa and their sweetness from bananas. Chocolate and banana flavors pair so well together and can be served with a side of berries for an extra sweet treat!

Chocolate banana pancakes served with a side of strawberries
Chocolate banana pancakes topped with sliced strawberries
5 from 2 votes

Chocolate Pancakes

Unsweetened cocoa adds a fun color and depth in flavor to these pancakes that your little one is sure to love!
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10. Pear Pancakes

Pears are often underrated compared to some other popular fruits, but they are so flavorful! Ripe pears contain so much natural sweetness that is perfect in these pancakes. Don’t sleep on the power of the pear!

Pear pancakes drizzled with yogurt. Served with cinnamon pears and strawberries
Pear pancakes served with raspberries. Pear in the background.
5 from 11 votes

Pear Pancakes

Many baby-led weaning pancakes are sweetened with bananas, but these pancakes use ripe pears as the base! They are the perfect finger food and freezer-friendly!
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11. Egg Free Pancakes

Most pancake recipes contain eggs, so if you’ve been looking for an egg-free pancake recipe for your little one, be sure to try out this recipe!

Egg free pancakes served with fruits.
Egg free pancakes served with fruits.
5 from 10 votes

Egg Free Pancakes

These egg-free pancakes are soft and fluffy and have the perfect texture for babies and toddlers. You can make them full-sized, mini-sized, or into tiny pancake cereal bites for a fun twist!
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Have you tried pancakes with your little one(s) yet? I’d love to know how it goes!

Until next time, Lily!

About Lily Payen

Hi, I’m Lily! The mama behind Feeding Tiny Bellies. I’m here to help you take some of the stress out of meal times for your little ones. My goal is to create simple recipes with baby in mind that can easily be adapted for the entire family.

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