Pancake Doodles & Alphabet Pancakes with Raspberry Syrup

pancake love doodles

I made those pancakes for my older daughter who is not feeling well today and needed some cheering up.


for the pancakes

  • 1½ cups self raising flour or ½ cups plain flour + ½ tbs baking powder
  • 2 cups milk
  • ¼ cup oil (I used hazelnut oil)
  • 2 eggs

for the topping

  • fruity syrup – I used natural concentrated raspberry juice

squeezable bottle to make pancake shapes


  • non-stick frying pan
  • spatula to turn the pancakes
  • recycled squeezable bottle, for instance from ice cream sauce
  • funnel
  • whisk
  • small mixing bowl

pancake doodles for kids

snack for kids shaped pancakes


  1. In a bowl mix all ingredients for pancakes and whisk until smooth.
  2. Using funnel pour the pancake mixture into squeezable bottle.
  3. Squeeze it out onto hot non-stick frying pan creating shapes.
  4. Flip them with spatula and fry on both sides.
  5. Serve topped with some fruity syrup, we love it with Polish raspberry syrup from Łowicz.

Makes enough pancake doodles for 2-4 kids, depending how big and how hungry they are.

I heart u pancakes


Just to be on a safe side brush frying pan with little bit of oil before starting to fry, just this one time.

Cut off flap from the squeezable bottle cover, it will be easier to create shapes without it.

More images coming soon… this time around they disappeared so fast I did not get a chance to take more photos.

More kid’s food ideas:

Yeast Teddy Bear Buns

Smurfy Smurfberry Muffins

Black Pasta Monsters

Waffles with Nutella & Blueberries

Marble Eggs

Your thoughts…

  1. Mylittleartichoke says:

    Too cute, I love them! Good idea with the bottle, too!

  2. Thanx :) It can be a little bit tricky to find a good squeezable bottle, tried ketchup one before but I could not get control over the stream…

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