Crab on the Beach Breakfast

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We created this adorable Crab on the Beach Breakfast using a pancake, egg and Driscoll’s berries. Super easy to make and such a fun Summer breakfast.

Crab on the Beach Breakfast using a pancake, egg and berries

Crab on the Beach Pancake Breakfast

My family is soaking up every bit of summer this week since my boys start back to school this next Tuesday! We have enjoyed every bit of our summer break packing in outdoor fun, swimming, camping, vacations, water parks, and even having summer fun with our food.

This was a huge hit with my boys and they just loved it! It’s a fun way to get your kids to eat lots of healthy and delicious berries for breakfast. This complete breakfast includes pancakes, eggs, and fruit will start out your summer mornings with big smiling faces.

Ingredients You’ll Need

  • Pancakes: make our delicious Fluffy Pancakes recipe or used a boxed mix.
  • Fruit: we used Driscoll’s blueberries and strawberries.
  • Eggs: you will need to make a scrambled egg.
  • Decorating: mini chocolate chips, mini marshmallows and an apple slice.
Crab on the Beach Breakfast using a pancake, egg and berries

How To Make Crab on the Beach Breakfast

1. Start out by pouring your pancake mix in a large pan over low heat in a rectangle large enough to fit the bottom of your plate. Let the pancake cool just a bit and then cut it with kitchen scissors to your desired shape to look like a beach.
2. Cut the two large strawberries in half and place the halves on the pancake. Cut thin slices from the other halves and make little legs and snappers using a knife. Use mini marshmallows on top of the strawberries for eyes and chocolate chips for pupils.
4. Line rows of blueberries on top of the pancake. Place your apple slice on top of the blueberries to look like a boat. Cut out a triangle from piece of your strawberry scraps to look like a sail.
5. Make your scrambled egg like you are making an omelet and then cut out a circle using a lid or round cookie cutter and place it on a plate and cut off the edges to fit using a knife. Cut out strips from the rest of the egg and place them on the edges of the sun.

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Crab on the Beach Breakfast

We created this adorable Crab on the Beach Breakfast using a pancake, egg and Driscoll's berries. Super easy to make and such a fun Summer breakfast.
Servings: 1
Prep: 5 minutes
Cook: 5 minutes
Total: 10 minutes

Ingredients
  

Instructions

  • Start out by pouring your pancake mix in a large pan over low heat in a rectangle large enough to fit the bottom of your plate. Let the pancake cool just a bit and then cut it with kitchen scissors to your desired shape to look like a beach.
  • Cut the two large strawberries in half and place the halves on the pancake. Cut thin slices from the other halves and make little legs and snappers using a knife.
  • Place the mini marshmallows on top of the strawberries for eyes. Place the chocolate chips on top of the marshmallows for pupils.
  • Line two rows of blueberries on top of the pancake. Place your apple slice on top of the blueberries to look like a boat. Take a piece of the pancake scraps and cut out a pole using kitchen scissors. Cut out a triangle from piece of your strawberry scraps to look like a sail.
  • Beat your egg in a small bowl. Pour the beaten egg into a pan over low heat like you are making a omelette. Flip it over until cooked through and place it on a work surface. Cut out a circle using a lid or round cookie cutter and place it on a plate. Cut off the edges to fit using a knife. Cut out strips from the rest of the egg and place them on the edges of the sun.

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1 thought on “Crab on the Beach Breakfast”

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    Beth Jackson Klosterboer

    So cute. It's so cool how you turned strawberries into crabs to include in the fun summer breakfast.