What better way to end a Unicorn Birthday Party than with some Unicorn Pancakes?! See how I made them and what tastes delicious with these unicorn party snacks
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Unicorns are always a perfect birthday party theme, these Unicorn pancakes are sure to please your guests. I love this idea for a young girl having a slumber party with all of her friends and the food coloring always makes it magical. Learn how to make Unicorn Pancakes here!
Of course, you can always change the colors of the pancakes to any color you’d like or you can even use these as Princess Pancakes! Or better yet, turn these into Rainbow Pancakes!!
Supplies for your Unicorn Pancake Recipe
How to make Unicorn party food
Begin by combining all of your dry ingredients and sift them together. Add your wet ingredients and whip until combined and smooth.
Divide your batter into two bowls and add your food coloring gel until you get the color you want. I used a few drops of red to get the pink and the violet was a bit more heavy-handed.
I like to allow my mix to settle for about 10-15 minutes but it’s not a vital step to take. You want to heat a skillet or a grill pan over medium heat and spray with non-stick spray or butter. When using butter, you always want to wipe the excess because it will burn in the pan and leave your pancakes kind of bitter.
Use 1/4 cup to drop your batter onto your skillet. Allow bubbles to form and then flip it when the edges are browned.
Top with your condensed milk and whipped cream. So delicious. These Unicorn Pancakes are sure to please!
- 1 cup flour
- 1 tbsp baking powder
- Pinch of salt
- 2 tbsp granulated sugar
- 1 large egg
- 1 cup whole milk
- 2 tbsp oil
- 2 drops red gel food coloring
- 2 drops violet gel food coloring
- 1 stick butter softened
- Whipped cream
- 1/2 cup of condensed milk
- Start by sifting your flour, baking powder, and salt. Add sugar and whisk.
- Add egg, milk, and oil and whisk until batter forms and is smooth.
- Divide the batter into 2 bowls and color each one with its respective gel food colorings. Mix until each bowl of batter is completely tinted.
- On a hot skillet (heated over medium heat) sprayed with cooking oil and/or coated with butter, pour ¼ cup of the batter and cook until bubbles form on top. Flip and cook until edges lift/turn a very light brown.
- Stack pancakes on a plate and pour over your condensed milk. Top with whipped cream and sprinkles and enjoy!