Frosted Sugar Cookie Pancakes

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I have it one good authority that in place of sugar cookies and milk

this year Santa would LOVE Frosted Sugar Cookie Pancakes and Coffee to keep him full and fueled for the long night ahead

sugar cookie pancakes

Today is Stella’s  12th birthday.

This is my last year of having a non-teen in the house. I have absolutely NO idea where the time has gone.

It seems like just yesterday I was posing my soon to be 3 year old with his brand new baby sister under the tree.

She doesn’t look thrilled.

What would thrill her? Cookies for breakfast on her birthday.

frosted sugar cookie pancakes

I could do that, but her teachers may not appreciate it.

Instead I am going to make her pancakes that taste exactly like frosted sugar cookies.

How do you do that  you may ask?

Easy. I simply replace the milk  (and you’ll want to leave out the sugar) in my trusty old pancake recipe with International Delight Frosted Sugar Cookie Creamer.

And when I tell you the pancakes taste exactly like a frosted sugar cookie, I really mean they taste exactly like a frosted sugar cookie.

And since we’re talking cookies here, I went with fun cut out shapes using my winter cookie cutters. I LOVE making fun shaped pancakes. These leaves were perfect for fall.

We don’t get snow here in Cali, and I know that Stella would love  snow for her birthday, so she’s getting snow flakes for her birthday.

 Snow flakes that taste like frosted sugar cookies.

frosted sugar cookie pancakes

Sugar Cookie Pancakes


  • 1 1/4 cup of AP flour
  • 1 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 2 tbsp melted butter
  • 1 egg
  • 1 1/2 cups of International Delight Frosted Sugar Cookie Creamer


  • heat griddle or skillet over med (325 - 350)
  • combine all of the dry ingredients
  • whisk together the creamer, egg, and melted butter
  • pour the wet ingredients over the dry ingredients
  • mix just until everything is incorporated
  • lightly butter the griddle or skillet (and cookie cutter is using)
  • pour 1/3 cup of batter per pancake (use more or less depending on if you use cookie cutter, and their size)
  • cook until tiny bubbles appear on the surface (remove cookie cutter slowly if using)
  • flip and cook another minute or two until the bottom is golden brown, and the batter is cooked all the way through

You may not have a winter birthday in your house, but I think these pancakes would be perfect for a holiday breakfast treat!

There are SO many ways to use International Delight Creamers; make sure to follow them on Facebook and Pinterest for ideas and recipes.

Of course it’s great in coffee too 🙂


frosted sugar cookie pancakes

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