These Pink Pancakes are perfect for boys or girls and perfect for Barbie’s birthday! These pink pancakes are sweet, delicious, and so much fun! Everyone loves fluffy buttermilk pancakes, but add strawberry and icing and they are even better.

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Don’t forget to add sprinkles to your pink pancakes!

How To Make Barbie Pink Pancakes

Kids Activities Blog thought it would be fun to celebrate this epic event with a special breakfast for Barbie. We are making pink pancakes!  We are giddy to be working with Barbie to celebrate her big day!

Pink pancakes taste like strawberry shortcake and are a delightful shade of pink.

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Supplies Needed To Make These Fun Barbie Pink Pancakes

Pink Pancake Ingredients:

How to Make Pink Pancakes

Step 1

Wash the strawberries and cut the tops off.  

Step 2

Place the buttermilk in a blender and add the strawberries. Blend until completely smooth.

Step 3 

Measure out 2 cups of the strawberry/buttermilk mixture and it to the oil, egg and pancake mix.

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These pink pancakes are so easy to make!

Note:

If the mixture isn’t as pink as you would like, then add strawberry syrup to it instead of sugar to sweeten.

Step 4

If the batter is the proper thickness, then pour on a greased griddle at 350 degrees flipping when golden pink.

Note:

If the batter is too thin, add a little more pancake mix. If the batter is too thick, then add some of the reserved strawberry/buttermilk mixture or additional strawberry syrup.

Step 5

Stack and top with more strawberries or a simple glaze of milk & powdered sugar. Add pink sprinkles if desired.

Step 6

Invite Barbie and friends for a breakfast treat!

Our Experience With Barbie Pancakes

March 9 is Barbie’s birthday! Barbie is an icon of childhood play.

As a girl, I remember the world we created around our Barbie dolls. Today is no different. Girls around the world dream through play with Barbie.

And that’s why I love these pink pancakes so much!

Fun Barbie Facts

Did you know that one Barbie doll is sold every 3 seconds somewhere in the world?

Did you know that over 90% of girls ages 3-10 own at least one Barbie doll in the U.S.?

Did you know that Barbie has had more than 150 careers to-date?

How To Make Pink Pancakes

Pink Pancakes

Pink pancakes are fluffy, pink, filled with strawberry syrup and sprinkles as well as icing! It's so good!

Ingredients

  • 1 quart of strawberries
  • 1 cup buttermilk
  • 1/4 cup of oil
  • 1 egg
  • 2 cups of pancake mix
  • 1/4 cup sugar or strawberry syrup

Instructions

  1. Wash the strawberries and cut the tops off.  
  2. Place the buttermilk in a blender and add the strawberries.
  3. Blend until completely smooth.
  4. Measure out 2 cups of the strawberry/buttermilk mixture and it to the oil, egg and pancake mix.
  5. If the batter is the proper thickness, then pour on a greased griddle at 350 degrees flipping when golden pink.
  6. Stack and top with more strawberries or a simple glaze of milk & powdered sugar.
  7. Add pink sprinkles if desired.
  8. Invite Barbie and friends for a breakfast treat!

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  1. Here’s wishing Barbie a Happy Birthday. She’s an iconic character and here’s hoping she has many more wonderful birthdays. Thanks.
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  2. Happy birthday Barbie! You have been one my longest friends and so happy I can share you with my daughter now!

  3. Happy Birthday Barbie! When I was little my mom wouldn’t let me play with you. Now that I have my own daughter I get to play with you all the time! 🙂

  4. I love Barbies and I always wanted one as a child but my family couldn’t afford to buy us many store toys. Most of ours were handmade. I received my 1st Barbie from my husband. He knew I never had one as a child so he bought me one. I still have her in her original package.

  5. Happy Birthday Barbie! Lots of great memories from my childhood with you. My parents still have my Barbie Dream House at their home.

  6. Happy Birthday, Barbie! It’s been more than 30 years since my sisters and I played with you. Lots of great memories were made.

  7. Happy Birthday,Barbie may you have many,many more years of making little girl’s childhoods fun.