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If you are looking for fun and healthy breakfast ideas for kids, this Strawberry Gingerbread Pupcake pancake/cupcake hybrid recipe takes a boring old pancake and morphs it into a delicious and healthy breakfast cupcake which is by far, way more FUN! Even better, it’s easy and quick to make.
Although I love these pupcakes, I created this recipe with kids in mind. It’s hard to come up with fun breakfast ideas for kids that are also healthy. I’m happy to report it was a success!
Hello healthy Cupcakes for Breakfast – the Gingerbread Pupcake!
If you are looking for a healthy breakfast on the go, something you can send in the lunch box to school with the kids (or take yourself), then this is the recipe for you. You can pack the yogurt (or light whipped cream) and syrup separately or just skip it all together (it’s great with or without)!
Added bonus: they freeze well.
Happy baking and eating!
And if you are looking for more healthy on-the-go breakfast ideas that are also kid-friendly, give my Healthy Mediterranean Breakfast Burritos a try!
Strawberry Gingerbread Pupcakes
Healthy Cupcakes for breakfast! This breakfast gingerbread pupcake is a kid-friendly pancake/cupcake hybrid recipe with a light whipped cream (pictured) or strawberry greek yogurt topping that is both healthy and fun!
Preheat oven to 350 F.
Mix all ingredient (except greek yogurt ) together.
Pour batter 2/3 full into muffin tin lined with paper cups.
Bake for 20 minutes.Cool.
Fit pastry bag with 1M tip and fill to ½ full with greek yogurt. * If you are using light whipped cream from spray can, just spray on!
Pipe greek yogurt onto pupcakes . (if you don't have a pastry bag, cut a hold in the end of zip lock and swirl it on)
Garnish with strawberry and cinnamon sprinkles and serve with low sugar maple syrup.
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