So you'd rather hang with your brunch guests than stand over a hot oven flipping flapjacks? Gather everyone around for a giant baking sheet pancake, instead! When you set this hot cake in the center of the table, everyone can add their own toppings and slice at will. A great choice for busy moms, too: just give the kids cookie cutters to make their own fun and you'll both have a great breakfast! Serve with syrups, jams, and fresh fruit.

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Ingredients

Directions

  • Preheat oven to 425 degrees F (220 degrees C). Cover an 11x17-inch baking pan with aluminum foil; grease with cooking spray.

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  • Stir buttermilk pancake mix and water together in a bowl. Let batter stand, about 10 minutes.

  • Pour batter into the prepared pan, spreading to the corners. Scatter chocolate chips, bananas, strawberries, and blueberries on top.

  • Bake in the preheated oven until pale and set, about 12 minutes. Remove from oven.

  • Set oven rack about 6 inches from the heat source and preheat the oven's broiler.

  • Broil pancake until browned, 1 to 2 minutes. Cool for 2 minutes. Slice with a pizza cutter or cookie cutters.

Nutrition Facts

277.16 calories; 6.36 g protein; 50.21 g carbohydrates; 6.13 g fat; 11.94 mg cholesterol; 694.19 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


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03/13/2018
I always dreaded making flapjacks for a crowd making 2 flapjacks at a time in a 12 inch fry pan. This is a great idea. Goes well with baking a sheet pan of bacon in the oven. Breakfast for 6 ready in 12 minutes. I have company coming over next weekend... guess what their having for breakfast???
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06/29/2017
What a convenient way to make pancakes! I used up all the berries in the house and took it to brunch as dessert. Everyone loved how fluffy it was and not overly sweet. It definitely needs maple syrup on the side or something for those with a sweet tooth. Will definitely use this again and experiment with different fruits and pancake toppings and have in the fridge for the kids to help themselves when they're extra hungry for breakfast.
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03/13/2018
I always dreaded making flapjacks for a crowd making 2 flapjacks at a time in a 12 inch fry pan. This is a great idea. Goes well with baking a sheet pan of bacon in the oven. Breakfast for 6 ready in 12 minutes. I have company coming over next weekend... guess what their having for breakfast???
(13)
02/03/2018
This came out great. I used a box of whole wheat buttermilk pancake mix and followed the directions for the ingredients needed by the mix. I had to reduce the cooking time to 8 minutes and the broiling time to 1 minute. Everything came out perfectly. I will definitely make this again.
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12/25/2017
I love love loved this! Needed to make a Christmas brunch dish that both adults and kids would enjoy - this hit the target!!! Everyone loved picking the slice with their favorite fruit/chocolate chip combo. This was a winner - especially as the hostess because it was EASY to make...took me no more than 20 minutes and was a breeze to clean up. I give this 5 Mom stars - kids loved it and it was easy! Will be making this frequently!
(8)
06/29/2017
What a convenient way to make pancakes! I used up all the berries in the house and took it to brunch as dessert. Everyone loved how fluffy it was and not overly sweet. It definitely needs maple syrup on the side or something for those with a sweet tooth. Will definitely use this again and experiment with different fruits and pancake toppings and have in the fridge for the kids to help themselves when they're extra hungry for breakfast.
(6)
07/14/2018
I loved it because it was simple. My kids loved it because I could make each type of pancake they like. I "divided" it into 3 sections and made the section per each kids' favorite. Everyone was happy with "their" pancake and I wasn't standing at the stove forever making tons of different pancake batters. This has become a weekend meal staple (just as good when doing 'breakfast-for-dinner').
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04/28/2018
Lovely! I usually hate making pancakes. Used strawberries blueberries chopped walnuts and cottage cheese
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08/09/2017
I made mine vegan with a homemade buttermilk pancake mix but the cooking and broiling time was spot on and my kids devoured this for brunch!!
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08/20/2017
Turned out really great! I followed the video posted to Instagram and used cookie cutters to make shapes. Good recipe when you are feeding a group.
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09/14/2018
My kids loved this!! They gobbled it up! I loved how quickly it came together on a busy morning trying to get everyone out the door & lunches ready. I even cut up squares for their snack time at school. I used bisquick mix (2 cups mix 1 cup milk 2 eggs) with frozen blueberries & strawberries then I sprinkled the top with cinnamon it came out great. Next time I need to add more fruit will definitely be making this again!
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