Fried Pancake Bites

Fried Pancake Bites

By May 4, 2015

Fried pancake bites are super easy to make with Do You Bake? buttermilk flip flop flapjacks pancake mix. Serve with a Do You Bake? Sweet cheese ball like Blueberry Blast or Love that Lemon Pie for a perfect dunkable delight. Crunchy, Sweet, YUMMY!



    1. Pour contents of your Do You Bake? Buttermilk pancake mix in a medium bowl. Blend well with a spoon until well mixed.
    2. Measure out 2 cups of mix and add it to a separate bowl. (Leftover Pancake Mix can be saved for making your next batch of pancakes!)
    3. Add in chocolate chips (optional) and water. Combine until well blended. Set aside
    4. In a medium sized pot, add oil (enough to fry your bites) 2"  - 3" in depth. Heat oil until it reaches 350 degrees.
    5. Use a small cookie scoop or large spoon and scoop out pancake batter. Drop batter into hot oil. Turn pancake bite when the pancake dough ball turns slight brown. Flip over using a slotted spoon and cook until the other side has been browned
    6. Remove cooked pancake bites and drain on paper towels. Roll bites in powdered sugar or granulated sugar and dust additional sugar on top to serve!
    Serve as is, with Do You Bake? Caramel Apple Creation or your favorite pancake syrup!   Variation : Try Apple 'n' Grain Flip Flop Flap Jacks Mix by Do You Bake? for a apple, oat, sweet cinnamon bite!
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    If you love warm doughnut holes, then you will enjoy these little nuggets of total deliciousness. Little fried pancake bites will disappear before your eyes. These are crispy, sweet and a super easy way to prepare a delicious sweet treat out of Do You Bake? Buttermilk Flip Flop Flapjacks Mix

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