Mini Pancake Breakfast Bites with Chocolate and PB + Giveaway

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I am serious, you guys. I don’t think I have been so excited about a product in a long time. If you knew me well, you might know that the combo of chocolate and peanut butter is one of my favorite things on earth. Along with coffee. Introduce Reese’s Spreads. I can now spread, in one swoop, two of my favorite things on earth onto delicious little snacks like strawberries and crackers. 

Food makes me way too happy. 

Fun brunch ideas and easy toddler snacks are something I am always on the lookout for. I sneaked in strawberries and bananas into this quick and easy recipe that would work well for a finicky tot or a brunch! 

We went to Walmart to pick up the Reese’s Spreads. I got the first one! While in line to purchase my items I actually had a man ask me where I got the Reese’s Spreads and we got into a whole conversation about how good it sounds. 

We had way too much fun putting these together. Lil couldn’t wait. 
I decided to make “Mini Pancake Breakfast Bites”. This idea would also work really well as kabobs. I simply spread the Reese’s Spreads onto the pancakes, sliced up fruit and added, then pinned it all together with a toothpick. I will give an actual recipe below, but it is so easy- and it was a winner for my toddler and my sister! 

She loved these! 
Needless to say, my jar was gone pretty quick. The Reese’s Spread was so good, I kept eating it with toast and crackers and fruit. Way too easy. We also decided to spread some directly onto strawberries and bananas. SO yummy. 

Mini Pancake Breakfast Bites

Ingredients
Mini Pancakes
Reese’s Spreads
Sliced Strawberries
Sliced Bananas

Directions
1. Cook mini pancakes as directed. We used Eggo mini pancakes and cooked them in our toaster oven for 5-6 minutes.
2. Spread 1-2 Tablespoons onto each Reese’s Chocolate Spread mini pancake.
3. Top with a piece of banana or strawberry. Or both!
4. Stack pancakes on top of one another and secure by pressing a toothpick down into the stack.

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