Pancake Spaghetti… Breakfast Re-envisioned




A new take on pancakes has been sweeping across social media platforms – Pancake Spaghetti! You heard me. It’s all the rave right now so I had to find out if it was worth the hype. In this week’s post I’m sharing exactly how to make this re-envisioned breakfast favorite so you can try it for yourself. This is a super fun thing to make for breakfast on a Sunday!

-Pancake Mix
-Squeeze Bottle
-Choice of Sausage (can be plant based, pork, chicken, turkey… whatever you wish)
-2 tbsp. butter
-Non-Stick Spray (I like Ghee Spray or Coconut Oil)
-Maple Syrup or Flavored Syrup

-In a bowl, add the dry ingredients and mix. Set aside.
-Warm the butter.
-Add the wet ingredients to the dry and mix until you have a thick pourable batter.
-Pour this batter into a squeeze bottle.
-Heat a non-stick skillet on medium-heat and spray it with a touch of non-stick spray.
-Once the pan is hot, start squeezing the batter into the pan in a zig-zag method, not overlapping the batter (shown). Let it cook for 1 minute and gently flip with a spatula for a few seconds onto the other side as best as possible.
-The first batch of pancake noodles never turns out as good or as browned as the rest so don’t give up and just keep going.
-As you’re working on making your pancake spaghetti, go ahead and make (or heat some premade) breakfast sausage patties, making sure they are cooked all the way through.
-You’ll have to make these spaghetti swirls in batches until the batter is finished. Make sure you cook them until the strands are deep golden on one side before you flip.
-Serve with powdered sugar, berries, or maple syrup and enjoy. Sausage can be enjoyed on the side or over the top like meatballs in true spaghetti form.

-If you are gluten-free or dairy-free, simply use a pancake batter of your choice depending on your lifestyle, any of them should work the same.
-My heat was on medium, and I put a touch of butter into the pan only for my first batch.
-Make sure the pan is hot before you begin for best results.
-You can make single-long pancake “lines” or swirl the pancake batter like I did to make super long strands.

And that’s it! I actually really liked these and had fun making them so I would definitely recommend. These also could be fun for a “breakfast-for-dinner” night to eat with a friend/partner on the couch while watching a movie. As always, tag me at @AskHeatherMariannaBlog on Insta in your recipe recreation pics! I love seeing what you guys come up with and hearing what you thought of the recipe!

Heather Marianna