St. Paddy’s Day is almost a week away and I got the perfect way to celebrate that lil bit of ol’ Irish in ya. Make your pancakes extra special for St. Patrick’s day by turning them green with some lucky marshmallows!This only requires a few ingredients and it is quick to make 🙂


  1. Pancake Mix
  2. Milk
  3. Whipping cream
  4. Lucky Charms Marshmallows
  5. Green food colouring
This recipe makes about 8 large pancakes(as shown in pictures). Amount vary depending on how much batter you dispense onto skillet


1.Heat your skillet or electric griddle over medium heat. I like to spray my pan with a little bit of PAM shortening.

2.When making these pancakes, I made two sets for two different green shades (to create an ombre effect). For the first set, I whisked together 1 cup of pancake mix with ¾ cup of milk. Everyone knows Aunt Jemima pancakes only require water, but I feel that they don’t give the moist touch to it. When substituting milk for water, you add a rich flavour to the mix, for a final result of moist pancakes. Repeat again for the second set and set aside.
3.Next, add 2 drops of green food colouring to the first mixed bowl, and 3 drops of green food colouring to the second set. Stir both sets with a whisk until you see the big lumps disappear.









4.Now, you are ready to MAKE THESE PANCAKES 🙂 Pour ½ cup of batter for each pancake onto the skillet.

5.Turn the pancake when you see the sides begin to round up and the bubbles begin to pop.

6.Once your pancakes are stacked up, whip it up with your favourite whipping cream.

7.Add Lucky Charms Marshmallows for the finishing touch 🙂

There you have it, Lucky Charms pancakes, the easiest and quickest thing to make 🙂

Let me know what you think in the comments below 🙂 



20 comments on “St. Paddy’s Lucky Charms Pancakes”

  1. Pancakes and lucky charms 2 of my kids favorites. We are doing this for sure. Cute idea

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