Make pancakes the easy way: on a sheet pan! You can have multiple toppings going at once and don’t have to spend your morning at the stove.Jump to Recipe
For “Big Breakfast Sunday” we often make pancakes or waffles or homemade cinnamon rolls. One weekend, though, we all seemed to want a different type of pancake. So, instead of a traditional pancake, I decided to have a try at sheet pan pancakes.
I’ve seen videos on social media of people using a similar concept for things such as cakes and desserts and sometimes pancakes and decided to give it a go.
For the base pancake batter, I went with my tried and true pancake recipe. In other words, the one from the back of the Bisquick box! Everyone in my family likes those and it’s so easy.
Then, we decided which toppings we wanted to try. Both boys and I wanted the berry and chocolate chip banana, but Justin wanted walnuts on his.
In the end, this was quicker and easier overall than making traditional pancakes. And I didn’t have to stand at the stovetop the whole time and end up eating after everyone else as I made batch after batch of pancakes.
Step by Step
Preheat the oven to 425F. Grease a 9×13 rimmed baking sheet.
Use an electric mixer to combine the Bisquick, milk, eggs, and vanilla to make the pancake batter.
Pour the pancake batter into the pan, spreading it out to an even layer.
Add your pancake toppings to each section. You can make as many sections of toppings as you have room for. We went with three different types but you could easily add more as needed.
Bake for about 12-15 minutes, until the pancake is cooked through and a toothpick comes out clean. Slice and serve. We poured maple syrup over ours. If you are making berry pancakes, you could also try strawberry syrup.
We placed leftover sheet pan pancakes in the refrigerator. The toaster oven worked perfectly to reheat the next morning. They can be stored for up to 2-3 days in the refrigerator.
Originally Published On: March 1, 2021
Sheet Pan Pancakes
- 2 cups bisquick
- 1 cup milk
- 2 eggs
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- Pancake toppings (see notes)
- Preheat the oven to 425F
- Grease a 9×13 rimmed baking sheet
- Use an electric mixer to combine the bisquick, milk, eggs, and vanilla to make pancake batter
- Pour the pancake batter into the pan, spreading it out to an even layer
- Add your pancake toppings to each section
- Bake for about 12-15 minutes, until the pancake is cooked through and a toothpick comes out clean
- Slice into about 12 pieces and serve warm with syrup
- Chocolate chips
- Dried fruit
- Brown Sugar and Cinnamon
- Blueberries and Lemon Zest
- Peanut Butter and Jelly
- Bananas and Chocolate Chips
- Cream Cheese and Jam
All nutritional information is based on third-party calculations and should be considered estimates. Actual nutrition content will vary based on brands used, measuring methods, portion sizes, and more.
Sheet Pan Pancakes FAQs
Bisquick is a premixed baking mix that contains flour plus shortening, baking powder, salt, and sugar. It is used as a quick way to make batters and doughs since it already has some of the necessary ingredients.
Yes! I’ve done this a few times before. Make the pancake batter (without adding your toppings) and place it in an airtight container or ziptop storage bag and refrigerate. It will keep for up to 4 days.
The answer will depend on what you add as your toppings. For the three combinations we tried, we all used Pure Maple Syrup. We haven’t purchased “fake” syrup in many years.
You can find Bisquick near the baking supplies in the grocery store. It’s usually near the flours and sugars.
18 thoughts on “Sheet Pan Pancakes”
Okay this is pretty dang genius and sounds friggin delicious as well! I wish I could eat pancakes!
It was so easy to make! And we loved each being able to pick our toppings.
WOW! What a fun idea! We dopancakes every weekend. Totally trying these!
We do pancakes a lot, too. It was fun to have a different way of making them.
Sheet pan pancake is such a great idea and I have never thought about that. Every weekend, I tried to have brunch with my family. This sheet pan pancake will definitely be on our menu.
Awesome! I hope your family enjoys the recipe as much as we do!
What a fantastic and creative idea for pancakes! I would have never thought to make them on a sheet pan! Way cool and yummy!
It was so easy, and then you can make them unique for everyone.
Whoa whoa wait… you mean I don’t have to struggle with a pan and flipping and tossing and inevitably cursing when everything flops and folds? Genius!
Yes!! I usually end up being the one who makes the pancakes because my husband has issues with flipping them. Now he can make the pancakes, too!
This is something that I would love to do! But, I don’t eat pancakes a lot because I get weary of the sugar intake. I need something less sweet, more of a veggie base, to balance out the meal.
That makes sense. My boys (ok, and I) have a sweet tooth so we like to do something sweet and fun for “Big Breakfast Sunday” every week.
That’s actually a great idea, and you all get to eat at the same time too
I never considered making sheet pancakes before, but I’d love to try making one. This one looks pretty good. I definitely want to eat it! LOL
aaaaaahhhhh omg this looks so dastardly delectable yum.
thanks for the tips and tricks shared.
What a fun idea, I’m going to have to try this for Thanksgiving morning!
I would of never thought to do this a different twist on pancakes!
Wow this is a fun idea with new year around the corner!