Yet another variety in pancakes ...there are two reasons for it, there were 2 lbs of strawberries lying in the refrigerator begging to be consumed. Since they were a little sour, my kids refused to eat them. I had to make use of them in something they love. So pancake sounded like a good idea and indeed it was! I didn't have the time or energy to experiment with any flour combination and so I used the Bisquick pancake mix which was handy in my pantry! The other reason is I wanted to send in my entries for a pancake event and april 10 2010 is the last date :)

Ingredients -

Bisquick Pancake Mix 3/4 cup 
Strawberry Puree 1 cup
Cinnamon Sugar 2 Tbsp
Strawberries Chopped 1 cup as a topping (Optional)

Method of preparation - 

In a mixing bowl, Take the pancake mix, and cinnamon sugar and mix well. If cinnamon sugar is not available, cinnamon powder and sugar separately also would do. 

To the above mix add the strawberry puree and mix gently to a thick batter(like idli batter). Add milk if the consistency is not right!

On a hot tava/griddle, take a ladleful of batter and spread it evenly on the tava making 3-4 inch circular pancakes.

When the bubbles on the pancake pop(after about 2 min or so), its time to flip it on to the other side. Flip them carefully and cook on the other side for a few seconds.

Continue with the rest of the batter and serve them with the chopped strawberries (Optional) and maple syrup or honey.

Hey Priya, these yummy strawberry pancakes go to the Pancake Event you are hosting!

Makes 9 pancakes 

Preparation Time 20 min
Posted by Harini on Friday, April 9, 2010


  1. Priya Suresh Says:
  2. Pancakes with strawberry looks awesome and scrumptious, thanks for sending..

  3. Madhavi Says:
  4. pancakes looks very nice

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