This post is sponsored by Florida Dairy Farmers in conjunction with a social media campaign through Sunday Supper LLC. All opinions are my own.
Fresh Fruit-Topped Mini Pancakes are a delicious way to start your day. Simple, fresh wholesome everyday ingredients are whisked together to create a breakfast that will have your family running to the table.
What size do you like your pancakes? I love eating mini muffins, mini-cakes, mini / bite-size food. Why not mini pancakes? My brain thinks I’m not eating a ton of calories when I devour these mini pancakes made with Florida milk. My child is off at college (which is why I can now get away with making mini-pancakes) yet when he returns home some weekends, we still go through a gallon or 2 of milk. Sometimes I wonder how many dairy cows it takes to make the milk we consume. Would you be able to guess how many dairy cows live in Florida? Over 120 thousand dairy cows produce over 270 million gallons of fresh milk each year! impressive! Meet the cows here.
There are so many ways to top these beautiful mini pancakes. The choices of fresh-fruit to top off these fluffy golden pancakes is only limited by the fruit available to you. I am using plump blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, mangos, blackberries, pineapple, banana slices, peaches, kiwi, and some nectarines. When you look closely, jam is under a few of the fruits. The combo of a homemade raspberry jam topped with nectarines is one of my new favorite combinations. Try a classic peanut butter & banana combo for your picky eaters. Top with whip cream, butter, syrup or keep it simple with fresh fruit.
When I’m not exploring the beautiful world we live in, Florida is my home base. I’m proud to live in Florida where there are over 100 dairy farms who commit to producing a fresh supply of wholesome, quality milk. These hardworking families are stewards of the land here in Florida. Learn more about Florida’s dairy farmers here.
These fresh fruit-topped mini pancakes are perfect for snack time treats or any meal. I’m a fan of breakfast for dinner. Have you thought about making the mini pancakes for an appetizer or dessert? Omit the sugar & dash of vanilla from my recipe to create the base for savory appetizers or snacks.
How do you drink your milk?
Be honest…do you drink straight from the carton or jug like my 6’4” kid? I’ve caught my son a few times. Besides drinking milk standing in front of the refrigerator (with the door open of course), how do you consume milk? In our family, a favorite way is to use Florida Milk (besides drinking it straight out of the container) is in homemade ice-cream or milkshakes. A few weeks ago I made a Swirled Raspberry Lemonade Unicorn Milkshake with Florida Milk. Click for the recipe.
How do you use Milk?
I’m curious as to how do you use Florida Milk. Leave a comment below to tell my how you and your family use milk in a recipe. Have you ever tried to braise a protein in milk? Here’s a recipe for Milk Braised Italian Pork Loin. Yes, the pork turned out juicy and flavorful. Milk is a versatile ingredient that can be used in a Unicorn Milkshake or to braise meat. Are you looking for more milk recipes? Check out the Florida Dairy Farmers website for more milk recipes. Before you head over to their site, bookmark this Fresh Fruit-Topped Mini Pancakes recipe and be sure to enter the Florida Milk Contest. Details below.
Sunday Supper Recipes Using Milk
Milk Recipes for Breakfast
- Crustless Spinach Quiche with Cheddar Cheese by Recipes Food & Cooking
- Dragon Fruit Smoothie Bowl by Love & Confections
- Easy Baked Grits with Sausage Gravy by Sunday Supper Movement
- Fresh Fruit-Topped Mini Pancakes by Girl Abroad
Milk Recipes for Lunch
- Creamy Chicken Pot Pie Soup by Life Tastes Good
- Creamy Spinach and Cauliflower Rice by Family Foodie
- Savory Caprese Oatmeal Bowl by Go Epicurista
- Vegetarian Croque Monsieur by Helpful Homemade
Milk Recipes for Dinner
- Gouda Grits with Creamy Asparagus and Crab Sauce by Soulfully Made
- Milk Poached Chicken with Pesto by Cricket’s Confections
- Potato Stack by Healing Tomato
- Triple Cheddar Chicken Pasta by Authentically Candace
Milk Recipes for Dessert
- Blueberry Cheesecake Ice Cream by Flour On My Face
- Coconut Flan by Desserts Required
- Lemon Blueberry Cheesecake Popsicles by Casa de Crews
- Mini Boston Cream Cakes by The Crumby Cupcake
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Florida Milk Contest information:
Contest sponsored by Florida Dairy Farmers
Contest runs from June 1st at 12:01am through June 30th at 11:59pm (1 winner each week & 1 grand prize winner)
1.) Follow @floridamilk on Instagram
2.) Share a photo on Instagram during the month of June showing us what you make with milk for JuneDairyMonth
3.) Tag your photo @floridamilk and use the hashtag #JuneDairyMonth
Prizes: Each contest week runs from 12:01am – 11:59pm
Week 1: June 1st-June 7th prize Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker
Week 2: June 8th-June 14th prize $50 Publix Gift Card
Week 3: June 15th-June 21st prize Vintage Milk Truck Cookie Jar
Week 4: June 22nd-June 28th prize BBQ Set in Wooden Carrying Case
Grand Prize: All valid entries from June 1st – June 30th considered
-A year supply of milk ($275 value)
-A night for 4 at the Publix Apron Cooking School
-Florida Dairy Farmers gift basket
Winner(s) will be chosen at random each week and contacted via Instagram direct message. Winner(s) have 48 hours to respond and claim the prize or another winner will be chosen.
Winner(s) will also be announced in the Sunday Supper Movement Newsletter in July
Must be US resident 18 years of age or older
This promotion is not sponsored, endorsed, administered by, or associated with Instagram
Be sure to follow Florida Milk on all their social sites