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cups Frosted Toast Crunch™ cereal, slightly crushed
cups Bisquick™ Original baking mix
cup strawberry pancake syrup
cups sliced fresh strawberries
syrup extra strawberry pancake to drizzle
In a zippered plastic food bag, slightly crush Frosted Toast Crunch™ cereal by squeezing bag. Set aside.
In a large bowl, whisk Bisquick™ baking mix, milk, eggs, 1/2 cup strawberry syrup and vanilla until smooth. Heat a lightly greased griddle to high and cook pancakes, about 1/4-cup batter for each, until golden brown.
Place one hot pancake on plate. Spoon berries over it, then top with second pancake. Finish with more berries, whipped cream, drizzled strawberry syrup and Frosted Toast Crunch™ cereal on top. Serve immediately and repeat as necessary.
More About This Recipe
- Berry pancakes hook up with Frosted Toast Crunch cereal for breakfast that rolls like a yummy dessert!
I'm starting to get that pre-summer twitch. In between every few words, I involuntarily yell "strawberries!" Can't help it. Just happens.
And as if on cue, this new Frosted Toast Crunch bopped on the scene. It's a cousin to Cinnamon Toast Crunch, which we actually eat dry at my house, as finger-food snacks, as well as with milk for breakfast. We like it that much. This new frosted flavor is straight up addictive.
So, I was day-dreaming about how to use that new FTC cereal when one of those summer twitch moments came blurting out: Strawberries!
My insta-vision: These Frosted Toast Crunch Pancakes -- golden pancakes stacked with Strawberries! (sorry), raspberries, sweet cream, berry syrup and Frosted Toast Crunch cereal.
Gotta say, this was beyond brilliant.
So first, let me intro you to my new sous chef in the kitch. Take a bow, buddy:
I swear I'm gonna find a way to employ this dude in a ton of recipes. So for this one, toss the crunchies into a plastic bag and give 'em a squeeze.
Just enough so there are big and small pieces, not so much that you make FTC flour. There. This is your topping.
Meet the rest of the players: Bisquick, berries, milk, eggs, strawberry syrup and vanilla. Woot.
Whisk up basic Bisquick pancakes, then add strawberry syrup and a swig of vanilla to the batter. Sweeeet!
Griddle up those 'cakes and -- you know this part -- cook 'em until they're golden.
Stuff berries between two pancakes, and top it all off with more berries, sweetened whipped cream, drizzled strawberry syrup and then, of course...Frosted Toast Crunch cereal.
So those were my beauty shots up there. Nice 'n neat 'n perty. But here's reality. It's so good, we made pancake paloozas.
Dare ya -- own it!
Breakfast or dessert? Now don't be judging...
More Toast Crunch Treats
Frosted Toast Crunch is new, but Cinnamon Toast Crunch is a popular veteran of cereal cupboards everywhere. Try these treat recipes that feature Cinnamon Toast Crunch -- and if you're adventurous, sub in Frosted Toast Crunch for kicks!
Cinnamon Toast Crunch Bars Recipe
Cinnamon Toast Crunch Treats Recipe
Cinnamon Toast Crunch Milkshake Mash-Up Recipe
Cinnamon "Fried" Ice Cream Recipe
Mexican Chocolate Crunch Brownies Recipe
Cinnamon Roll Pancakes with Icing
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Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE actual full fledged cinnamon rolls, and one day I will make my favorite ones for you that are from Flour Bakery’s cookbook. It is a labor of love and boy are they amazingly delicious. The thing with cinnamon rolls (made from scratch) is that the dough goes through a number of resting stages and in order to have them baked fresh in the morning you either have to wake up SUPER early, or be content with eating them later in the morning than you would be able to enjoy these pancakes. Currently we are the parents of two kids under 3, so any extra hours of sleep are not only appreciated, but necessary to be able to have the energy to hold my head upright. Don’t feel bad for us, we still get to enjoy these! And we aren’t settling too much! I make these pancakes probably once a month with delicious crispy bacon and serve them with a bowl of fresh fruit. I also make a delicious Cinnamon Roll Coffee Cake that takes about as long as these pancakes, can you tell we are big cinnamon roll fans in this house?
Combine the flour, sugar, salt, baking powder and cinnamon in a bowl.
Whisk together until light and airy. In a second bowl, whisk eggs, milk, maple syrup, melted butter and vanilla extract. Add in the dry ingredients and whisk until just combined. Heat a lightly buttered griddle over medium low heat. Using a 1/4 cup ice cream scoop, cook pancakes 2-3 minutes on each side.
To Make Icing: Combine powdered sugar, vanilla and milk.
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- Combine baking mix, Cinnadust™ Seasoning Blend and baking powder in large bowl.
- Combine eggs, milk and melted butter. Stir into baking mix mixture until just combined.
- Grease or spray nonstick skillet or griddle. Preheat over medium heat. Pour batter by ¼ cupfuls into skillet.
- Cook 3 minutes or until edges are dry. Turn pancakes and cook 3 to 4 minutes or until golden. Repeat with remaining batter.
- Top pancakes with fresh fruit, whipped cream or yogurt and sprinkle with additional Cinnadust™ Seasoning Blend.
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Frosted Toast Crunch™ Pancakes - Recipes
From: General Mills
Introduced in 2012
This cereal is described as "artificially flavored frosted vanilla squares dusted with cinnamon."
When it was introduced in January of 2012, the back of the box described it like this:
Perfectly frosted. Every single piece of new Frosted Toast Crunch is baked with the delightful taste of frosted vanilla (artificially flavored), then dusted with a delicious dash of cinnamon for a taste that's pure delight."
Company Description: Officially created in 1928, General Mills traces it's history back to the 1860's and the ownership of two flour mills. Since then, the company has become the world's 6th largest food company - marketing to over 100 countries. Read on and see all cereals from General Mills
Frosted Toast Crunch Cereal has been reviewed on MrBreakfast.com.