Tasty Weight Watchers Strawberry Pancake Bites you CAN NOT stop
eating! 1 point Weight Watchers pancake poppers!
This Weight Watchers recipe is easy to make and super yummy. Simple WW recipe for the BEST breakfast, treat, snack or dessert. Weight Watchers diet pancake muffins that are heavenly, moist and delicious.
Here is a quick and easy homemade pancake poppers Weight Watchers recipe
– quick and easy to make recipe when you want a savory & sweet treat. If you
are looking for a delicious and tasty treat on a Weight Watchers diet then try
this one out.
Yummy strawberry pancake bites made with Kodiak mix and Weight Watchers
smart points friendly. Great for a grab and go breakfast for those hectic mornings
or just to enjoy a tasty treat.
With a few Weight Watchers essential ingredients you can make these amazing
strawberry pancake poppers. The whole family will love these muffins including kids.
This is definitely Weight Watchers friendly and the BEST pancake idea – a favorite treat
Learn how to make these yummy pancake bites with step by step instructions. Great
muffins for breakfast, snack, treat, party or even dessert!
Check out this simple Weight Watchers recipe for the BEST pancake poppers.
Weight Watchers Strawberry Pancake Bites – BEST WW Recipe
Learn how to make Weight Watchers Strawberry Pancake Bites
Preheat Oven to 400 degrees
Combine pancake mix, water, egg whites, and chopped strawberries in a mixing bowl
Fill mini muffin tins with the muffin batter and bake for 8 to 10 minutes.
You can dip in sugar free maple syrup.
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Weight Watchers Strawberry Pancake Poppers
- 1 1/2 cup Kodiak Pancake Mix
- 3/4 cup water
- 3 tablespoon Egg whites
- 1 cup chopped strawberries
- Sugar Free Maple Syrup
- Preheat Oven to 400 degrees
- In a mixing bowl combine pancake mix, water, egg whites, and chopped strawberries
- Fill mini muffin tins with the muffin batter and bake for 8 to 10 minutes.
- You can dip in sugar free maple syrup.
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These were the perfect little gem this morning. They will become a family favorite. Thank you for sharing.
beth m taylor says
can you use a regular pancake mix, or reduced fat bisquick
Where do you find kodiak pancake mix
Costco is where I bought some. But they do change product quickly.
I don’t know where to find that pancake mix. Is there a substitute? They look wonderful.
Cherie Criswell says
I have found it at Costco, Walmart and now Publix has it.
You can find the mix at most grocery stores or Amazon
Amanda Wilcox says
Can you just use an egg instead of egg white? I love kodiak cakes!
Do you think it would work with the gluten free Kodiak mix?
These recipes look and sound delicious. Can’t wait to try them. Especially the strawberry bites!
Question?? Can you use fresh FROZEN Strawberries? They don’t have any sugar added so only a bit of juice off of the strawberries.
Josiah cakes is a little pricy. What would you use as a similar pancake mix?
Kodiak cakes I mean. My phone auto corrected
I can’t wait to try these! They were supposed to be my breakfast this mornjng, but I accidentally bought Dark Chocolate Kodiak mix. Still made the recipe and gave them to my 8 yr old daughter. She’s the pickiest eater in the house. She loved them!