Sheet PANcakes

  1. Joy Dasher says:

    Just made these and I’m officially obsessed. So. Good.

  2. Colleen N says:

    These are absolutely delicious and so easy to make! I love the plastic knife hack. Thank you Kate

  3. Kalynne says:

    Came here to print out to tape to my Rubbermaid Brilliance Pantry container with the pancake mix in it. I feel like both the printing of recipes, the containers and the recipe are all influenced by you. I add a drizzle of pure maple syrup to the batter and cut with a pizza cutter into big rectangles, and the kids eat them in the car. No sticky in my car! They love the blueberry Kodiak cake flavor. But seriously, I don’t cut pizza with my pizza cutter, I cut up pancakes and that type of stuff with it. Easy to cut into bite sized pieces with it too for littles. Just sharing that tip! Love your account and your heart! <3

    • Kate says:

      Oh this made my day to read. I’m SO honored! Thank you, Kalynne! Also genius about putting maple syrup in the pancake mix so they can eat it on the go!

  4. Kasey says:

    I made these and they are absolutely amazing. The texture is like a brownie! I even used a homemade dry pancake mix instead of the Kodiak and it worked perfectly. Thank you!

  5. Could I sub my own pancake mix ?

  6. Katy says:

    These are so easy to make and even better, they were a HUGE hit with my picky eaters! I never doubt a hack or recipe you share…this is one of many I have tried. Thank you so always bringing such awesome content to the gram!

  7. Amber says:

    I came here looking for a PANcake recipe made with real ingredients that I already have like flour, butter, sugar etc. guess I have to buy some pancake mix 😕

  8. Jenny says:

    Are milk and egg added even with a “add only water” mix??

  9. Blair MacDonald says:

    I have a child with egg allergy. Could I omit the eggs and just make the directions on the box of Kodiak mix? Would they still come out the same?

  10. Kelli L-S says:

    Oh man, was this good!! I didn’t have Kodiak on hand, but I used my usual buttermilk pancake recipe and adjusted it so that I had three cups of flour (I use half almond and half whole wheat for a little extra protein), three eggs, and 2.5 cups of buttermilk (and all the related ingredients, like baking powder, soda, salt, sugar, and oil). While I was stirring the batter, I stuck the sheet pan in the hot oven with a couple tablespoons of butter, then sloshed the melted butter all over the pan before pouring in my batter. SO MUCH BETTER AND SO MUCH EASIER than traditional pancakes. My kids have requested that I only always make these now, and I don’t mind one bit. Thanks, Kate!!!

    • Kate says:

      Sounds incredible! I love how you put the pan in the oven to preheat with melted butter first. Smart!

  11. Meredith says:

    I just made these for my daughter and three friends who were here for a sleepover. They were so easy, and so good! Thank you!

  12. Tay says:

    So genius! The whole family loved them, and I loved not being stuck flipping pancakes during all of breakfast. Used Kodiak mix but planning to try a homemade pancake recipe next time to see how that goes.

  13. Brianna says:

    You’re a wizard, Kate! These are perfect! We’ve made these twice recently, and they’re definitely going into the regular summer rotation. Thank you!

  14. Kristen Gregory says:

    Would I double this recipe if using a full sheet?

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