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Pancake Spaghetti

Pancake Spaghetti Recipe | Award Winning Pancake Recipe Inside

Tired of boring basic pancakes? This Pancake Spaghetti will go viral at your breakfast table and is a fun recipe. Kids and adults will thoroughly enjoy it. For this recipe, you will incorporate your favorite pancake batter, and instead of cooking them the traditional way, use a fun twist by cooking them into fun strips. Feel free to try our pancake batter recipe for this technique, but you can use any batter you would like.


Pancake Spaghetti is an elevated version of traditional pancakes. You simply place your batter into a piping bag or a ziplock bag to create strips on your griddle. Once fully cooked you swirl the pancake strips into the shape of curly spaghetti. This recipe is similar to funnel cake minus the frying and thinner strips are better.


I whip up my personal pancake batter recipe (recipe below), heat a greased griddle over medium heat, and place the batter in a ziplock bag.

  • Make pancake mix according to package directions or my personal recipe.

  • Transfer the batter to a squeeze bottle, piping bag, or a zip-top plastic bag. After filling the ziplock snipped off the corner. The smaller the opening the better the presentation will be.

  • Pipe thin lines in rows onto a greased griddle set over medium heat. Let cook until bubbles form on top of the strands and the batter looks dry. Transfer the strands to a bowl and repeat with the remaining batter.

Technical Notes:

Make sure you use a non-stick griddle or pan.

Make sure the cut in the ziplock corner is very small, if it’s too large it will pour all out and you will have to transfer it again.

My heat was on medium, and I put a touch of butter only for the first batch; make sure the pan is hot before you begin.

You can make a single-long pancake swirl with the pancake batter or individual strands.

Pancake Spaghetti Recipe:

PREP TIME: 10 mins. COOK TIME: 5 mins. SERVINGS: 4

Dry Ingredients:

Wet Ingredients:

  • 1 large egg

  • ⅔ cup milk 150ml

  • 2 tablespoons butter


  • In a bowl, add the dry ingredients and blend. Set aside.

  • Warm the butter and milk on the stove. The milk and butter should be about 85 - 90 degrees farenheit. You should be able to put your finger in the milk and butter, and hold it there for at least two seconds without burning your finger.

  • Add the egg, milk, and butter into in a separate bowl from dry mix. Whiskey until all ingredients are evenly blended.

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  • Add the wet ingredients to the dry and mix and blend until you have a thick pourable batter.

  • Pour this batter into a squeeze bottle, piping bag, or Ziplock bag. Heat a non-stick skillet on medium-heat and add a touch of butter.

Squeeze Bottle with Pancake Batter
  • Once the pan is hot, cut a tiny piece off of one corner of the Ziplock bag. Start piping the batter onto the skillet swirling it from the center outwards without touching each other. Let the batter cook for 1-2 minutes and gently flip with a spatula for a few seconds on the other side as best as possible. Easier said than done your first time.

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  • You will have to make these spaghetti swirls in batches until the batter is finished. Make sure you cook one side until the strands are deep golden on one side before you flip.

Finished Spaghetti Pancakes For Breakfast

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