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A casserole of cake, you can eat in the a.m… who would have any complaints? Topped with fresh fruit and drizzled in delightfully thick syrup, your family will be happy to wake up to this dish any day. Don’t worry; it’s not all sugar and syrup. There are plenty of sweet blueberries nestled inside of this pancake paradise, and you can top it with your favorite selection of fruits to make it even healthier.
Why make a normal stack of pancakes, when you can bake them in a rich, creamy custard? Whether you make them ahead of time, use store bought, or make them at the time of the dish; pancakes always keep very well. In fact, you can easily double this recipe and freeze half for another breakfast. I don’t know about you, but I LOVE hitting two birds with one stone. We moms, dad, and grandparents are busy!
Recipe and photo courtesy of The Food Network
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