Back to school breakfasts are a fun time to spend with the kids before they head to school. Spend less time cooking and enjoy more time with the kids with this easy recipe for back to school breakfast kabobs made with pancakes and sausage.
It seems like I can’t get enough of back to school breakfasts, can I? It’s no secret that breakfast is my favorite meal, which is why I’m excited to share this recipe for back to school breakfast kabobs.
Easy back to school breakfast
Confession: we didn’t make these for breakfast. Our family loves to have breakfast for dinner at least once a week. It’s such a fun, and quick, way to make dinner that they whole family loves. Because, really, who doesn’t love breakfast?
Our oven is still not working. Tom and I have been a little lazy about telling the landlord. As landlords ourselves, we know how annoying it is to have something break in your house. We just got a new refrigerator and washer/ dryer. I honestly feel bad for the guy. Anyway, this has been a fun excuse to use my slow cooker and electric griddle every night. I’m not going to lie, I kind of enjoy the challenge of oven free cooking.
Make your own breakfast kabobs
The pancakes and sausages were cooked on the griddle at the same time. The smokiness of the sausage gave the pancakes a savory flavor. I think I’ll always cook my pancakes in breakfast meat grease from here on out. Genius idea.
Pineapple added a sweet and sour element to the breakfast that made it adult friendly too. My husband and I were able to enjoy bites with multiple layers while my toddler enjoyed each of the components separately.
Such an easy way to make a fun back to school breakfast with pancakes, sausage and pineapple.
- Johnsonville Original Recipe breakfast sausage links (12 oz package)
- Enough of your favorite pancake batter to make 42 mini pancakes
- A whole pineapple, cut into bite size chunks
- Cook the Johnsonville sausage according to the package.
- Cook your pancakes according to instructions.
- Assemble the kabobs with mini pancakes touching the sausages so the juice from the pineapple doesn't make the pancakes mushy.
All in all this was a great way to share a meal together. My toddler loved helping in the kitchen, but he loved eating this breakfast even more!
Get more back to school breakfast ideas: Easy Back to School Breakfast Ideas
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Are you getting ready to go back to school or are you already in the swing of things?