Pineapple Upside Down Sheet Pancakes
Pineapple Upside Down Sheet Pan Pancakes are quite the mouthful, but a glorious brown sugar pineapple sweetened mouthful. The best part about this recipe is that you make one large batch and bake it!
Have you ever gotten up on a Sunday morning with grand visions of a beautiful family breakfast, only to be regretting it after 5 minutes in front of the stove? Whether you are making single pancakes at a time or have multiple pans going at once, it still takes forever. That’s why this new trend of Sheet Pan Pancakes are on the rise. Simply make one batter, pour it into a greased pan and bake for 15 minutes. Perfectly fluffy pancakes in no time.
When making something really sweet, I like to add whole wheat to the mixture to cut down on the sweetness. The nutty flour blend from Krusteaz pairs perfectly with pineapple juice and brown sugar. My go-to Krusteaz Honey Wheat Pancake mix features a blend of soft wheat flours with real honey, so you get a fluffy, golden stack of goodness every time, whether in the frying pan or in the oven sheet pan style!
This is a great breakfast to serve a crowd or at a brunch. You can easily feed 12-15 people and the squares are very filling. The golden pineapple slices and marachino cherries add a burst of color to the plate too.
For an easy and delicious breakfast, grab a box of Krusteaz and make your family these Pineapple Upside Down Sheet Pan Pancakes!
Prep Time: 10 Mins
Cook Time: 15 Mins
Total Time: 25 Mins
Seaside Baker, written by Jackie Bruchez, is a blog with all kinds of festive recipes. Jackie has always been fascinated by food, and about 5 years ago, Jackie's husband gifted her with a new camera and a domain name for Christmas. This is where The Seaside Baker came to life. Since then, Jackie has created more than 500 hundred drool-worthy recipes. Jackie loves to use her travels abroad and her Italian upbringing as her main sources of inspiration. You can find Jackie either in her own garden or at the Farmer's Market every Saturday followed by a full day in the kitchen on Sunday creating something delicious.
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