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Easy Sheet Pan Pancakes Recipe

Get Pancakes on the table fast when you make the most delicious and easiest recipe ever: Sheet Pan Pancakes! Use your favorite pancake mix and fixings to get a hot breakfast on the table quick!

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If you are looking for an easy pancake mix, I understand. There may be nothing more ‘homey’ than fresh, hot and delicious pancakes. Whether it’s a lazy Sunday morning or a busy Thursday morning, I can always go for pancakes. These Sheet Pan Pancakes are perfect for breakfast or dinner!

I actually love making a special breakfast for dinner meal that includes pancakes too. My kids used to be so gleeful when I made them Sheet Pan Pancakes. The one thing I have always hated about making pancakes is how tedious it is. It just takes so long! Mornings have always been so hectic in my house and there usually isn’t time to stand over a hot griddle and turn the pancakes just as they start to bubble. Ugh. That’s why when I found this recipe for these delicious and super easy sheet pan pancakes, I was hooked.

sheet pan pancakes

What can you add to pancake mix to spice it up?

There are a lot of ways to make a boxed pancake mix taste even better. Simple additions like a tablespoon of lemon juice, a dash of baking soda or a bit of pure vanilla extract can do wonders to make your pancakes even more special. You can add a splash of maple syrup in the batter for a delightful built-in sweetness. Or for a bit more of a spicy fall-like finish, try sprinkling in some cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg.

What is the best pancake mix to make Sheet Pan Pancakes with?

The answer to this question is very subjective. Honestly, I haven’t found gigantic differences between the different brands. I have had good results from the budget-friendly store brand pancake mixes as well as the twice as expensive brands. Yes, I can make my own pancake mix from scratch and I have an awesome recipe for that.

Sometimes, I just don’t have the time or inclination to make my own mix and having a boxed mix handy has often been a lifesaver, especially when we have guests!

Some of my favorite store bought pancake mixes include:

  • Williams Sonoma Flappin' Jack Pancake Mix.

  • Krusteaz Light & Fluffy Buttermilk Complete

  • King Arthur Baking Company Cloud 9 Pancake Mix

  • Bisquick Original Pancake and Baking Mix

  • Kodiak Cakes Buttermilk & Honey Frontier Flapjack & Waffle Mix

  • And of course you can use your own pancake mix - we will be sharing one of our own soon!

Why make this sheet pan easy pancakes recipe?

I often make intricate meals with a dozen ingredients. I’m a foodie and love to taste unique flavors melting together. However, there are times when I just want something hot, easy and delicious. Sheet Pan Pancakes are the perfect recipe for those times. Since it makes 12 servings, it is great for a crowd. They look impressive and only you know that it was actually way easier than making individual pancakes. When you make sheet pan pancakes with a mix, there are only 3 ingredients and it takes just 15 minutes to bake. You can have a really warm, yummy and satisfying breakfast on the table in no time.

Sheet Pan Pancakes just take 3 ingredients: Pancake Mix, Vanilla and Water!

sheet pan pancakes
sheet pan pancakes
sheet pan pancakes

Pour your pancake batter into a light greased sheet pan!

Bake for just 15 minutes until your Sheet Pan Pancakes are lightly browned.

sheet pan pancakes

How do you make the perfect pancake?

There are lots of little secrets for making pancakes that will melt in your mouth. Here are our tips:

  • Make sure you don’t over-beat the mix. It should look lumpy, but the powder should be mixed in.

  • If you are making pancakes in the sheet pan, heat the pan in the oven as it is warming up. This will create those deliciously crisp edges as the pancake batter will start cooking as soon as you pour it into the pan.

  • You can also top the final dish with fresh fruit, nuts, whipped cream or anything you want. The options are endless!

sheet pan pancakes

Easy Sheet Pan Pancakes Recipe

This Sheet Pan Pancakes recipe makes 12 servings. It can be made with any pancake mix you can buy from the store or a homemade mix. Cooking for a huge group (or a few hungry teenagers)? Double the recipe and put two pans in the oven side by side.

sheet pan pancakes

Prep time: 5 minutes

Cook time: 15 minutes

Total time: 20 minutes


· 3 1/2 cups boxed pancake batter

· 2 cups Water

· 2 TBSP Vanilla


1. Preheat your oven to 425 degrees.

2. Mix together your pancake mix, water, and vanilla.

3. On a lightly greased sheet pan, pour in your pancake mix.

4. Bake for 15 minutes, or until lightly browned.

5. Allow your pancakes to cool before cutting into it.

6. Cut into 12 servings.

Top your sheet pan pancakes with butter, syrup, powdered sugar, whipped cream, fresh fruit, and/or more!

sheet pan pancakes

How to Store Your Sheet Pan Pancakes

Store your room temperature pancakes in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days. Or if you would like to freeze them, store them in an airtight container with the pancakes separated by parchment paper.

What can You Add Into Sheet Pan Pancakes?

You can add all sorts of things into sheet pan pancakes - from blueberries to chocolate chips to bacon bits.

They can be filled with anything you like - sweet or savory. Some ideas include:

-Fresh fruit, such as blueberries, strawberries, or bananas

-Fruit compotes, baked or fried apples or pears

-Diced bacon or ham

-Shredded cheese

-Sautéed mushrooms or onions

-Crushed nuts such as pecans or walnuts


-Jelly and jams

The possibilities are endless! Plus, it's a fun way to change up your breakfast routine!

So why not give it a try this weekend? Whip up a batch of sheet pan pancakes and let everyone customize their own pancake toppings. It'll be a blast!

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Kathy Spurgeon
Kathy Spurgeon
02 thg 3, 2021

I had a hankering for pancakes last week so picked up the Williams & Sonoma Flappin Jack pancake mix. Now you have provided the perfect recpie . Thanks Dana

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