Confetti Pancakes Recipe!! Gluten Free too- Krusteaz!

*This is a sponsored recipe with Krusteaz.  All my opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.*

Confetti PancakesA few years ago, my cousin got diagnosed with Celiac Disease. Since then, she has to be very careful what she eats and specifically she must eat Gluten-Free products. It has been a challenge the last few years to find products that she can eat without getting sick. That is why I was glad to find out about Krusteaz and their brand new Gluten-Free line.

Krusteaz, one of America’s favorite brands of baking mixes, has developed a brand NEW line of gluten-free baking mixes that delivers on taste and is just as satisfying as their traditional counterparts. From moist and flavorful pancakes and blueberry muffins to subtly sweet cornbread and delectable brownies, there are mouthwatering options for everyone at your table.DSC_0254

Some of their new products include Gluten-Free Buttermilk Pancake Mix, Gluten-Free Blueberry Muffin Mix, Gluten-Free Honey Cornbread and Muffin Mix,  and Gluten-Free Double Chocolate Brownie Mix. I have tried all of these products and they are delicious. All of these products bear the Whole Grain Council’s Whole Grain Stamp, which guarantees a half of serving of whole grains per serving. These products are available at most major grocery chains in the baking and pancake aisle.

Since receiving these products, I was asked to come up with an original recipe for the Krusteaz Bakeoff that is happening right now. I decided to use my family’s favorite, the Gluten-Free pancakes and come up with my own twist! I hope you enjoy my recipe and be sure to check out Krusteaz for Gluten-Free, delicious, and flavorful food products today!

Confetti Pancakes-(makes 9 pancakes)


-1/2 teaspoon Vanilla Extract

-1 1/2 cup  Krusteaz Gluten-Free Pancake Mix

-3/4 cup oil

-1/2 cup powdered sugar

-3/4 cup water

-1 cup dry white cake mix

-2 eggs

-3/4 cup milk

-lots of sprinkles


1. Mix Pancake Mix and Dry Cake Mix. Preheat stove to medium heat.DSC_0258

2. Add in oil, eggs, water, milk and  vanilla extract to the dry mix above.

3. Put in lots of Sprinkles.

4. Take 3 TBLS of mixture and put onto hot griddle. Cook for about 2 minutes on each side before flipping. Make 8-9 pancakes like this.DSC_0263

5. Once done, set aside and make your frosting for the pancakes.

Frosting topping: Add 1/2 cup milk with 1/2 cup powdered  sugar and 2 TBLS cool whip. Stir very well to the consistency you like. Top over all the pancakes. Decorate with more sprinkles and enjoy! Confetti Pancakes

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  1. Pamela Gurganus says

    My niece was recently also diagnosed and now has to be gluten-free! I love that these Krusteaz products are available and I also love your recipe! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Jenna Wood says

    Now this recipe is RIGHT up my alley with all the pretty colors and I love how you added the star sprinkles. It’s hard to find convenient and delicious gluten free option, I’m glad such a trusted brand is putting them out!

  3. melisa says

    I’m always looking for good recipes for my very close friend who only eats gluten-free. Thanks, I’ll pass it on.

  4. Betsy Barnes says

    These are so adorable! I am definitely bookmarking this recipe, will be a fun breakfast surprise for my hubby and son’s birthdays! :)

  5. says

    I’ll have to tell my friend Andrea about Krusteaz. She has Celiac’s disease and like your cousin has to be so so careful about what she eats. She’s even afraid to eat in a restaurant even if they have a gluten free menu because of the “trend” of gluten free things and chef’s not taking “gluten free” seriously when they say it really is gluten free on their menu. But this will be great for her!

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