Sheet Pan Pancakes

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Sheet Pan Pancakes with mixed berries and homemade pancake batter let you make pancakes for a crowd without standing over the oven!

Using the base of my classic Homemade Pancake recipe for these sheet pan pancakes makes this recipe a breeze! Top them with your favorite toppings or even some fresh Easy Whipped Cream.

Sheet Pan Pancakes


Sheet Pan Meals seem like they may be more trendy than most other one pot meals but don’t let this trend fool you. Sheet pans are a versatile and amazing tool to utilize in your kitchen for meal prep.

Some of our sheet pan meals on the site include Sheet Pan Balsamic ChickenSheet Pan Cashew Chicken and VegetablesSheet Pan Peanut Chicken and Vegetables and Sheet Pan Korean Chicken and Vegetables. They’re all a full meal on a single tray!

I’ve cooked entire holiday dinners on sheet pans and this breakfast prep on a sheet pan is the perfect example of how hands off a brunch or breakfast for a crowd can be.

Pancakes are a fan favorite in most households but because they are hands on work for the person cooking they aren’t a favorite for parties. Someone always gets left behind in the kitchen stuck at the pan flipping pancake after pancake.

Then you have the issue where the first pancakes out are getting cold while everyone else is waiting for their pancakes.

Sheet pan pancakes solve this issue with ease. Plus, you can bake off a couple sheet pans at a time and fill them each with different toppings so you can even offer different flavors.

Breakfast? or Dessert!

If you want to skip breakfast and make these for dessert you can top them with Vanilla Ice Cream or Homemade Cool Whip, using the pancakes as a makeshift Easy Strawberry Shortcake stand-in, in a hurry. Then top it off with Easy Chocolate Ganache (Just 2 Ingredients!)Easy Strawberry Topping or Easy Pineapple Topping.

How to make Sheet Pan Pancakes:

  • Make your classic pancake batter and let it sit for a few minutes.
  • Spray your baking sheet well with baking spray or butter and flour.
  • Heat your oven to 425 degrees.
  • Pour pancake batter in even layer onto baking sheet and add toppings.
  • Bake for 15 minutes then brush on some melted butter before serving.

Sheet Pan Pancakes using a Pancake Mix:

  • 4 cups Bisquick Pancake Mix
  • 4 large eggs
  • 2 cups whole milk
  • 1 cup sliced strawberries
  • 1 cup blueberries
  1. Mix the pancake mix, eggs and milk together and let sit for five minutes before adding to the greased sheet pan.
  2. Top with the strawberries and blueberries and bake at 425 degrees for 15 minutes.

Mixed Berry Sheet Pan Pancakes in gold sheet pan

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Sheet Pan Pancake Mix-in Ideas:

  • Chocolate Chips – Semi-sweet Chocolate chips are usually the most popular option, but you can also just mix a few flavors or choose your favorite.
  • Fruit – Want a different fruit? Any of your favorites (short of watermelon) will work. We love slices bananas as a second favorite option.
  • Diced Apples – Yes this is a fruit too, mix these apples with a bit of cinnamon for an additional depth of flavor.
  • Lemon and Poppy Seeds: Lemon zest, lemon juice and some poppy seeds would add a bright fun flavor. Some small pockets of ricotta cheese spooned on top would make it even more indulgent.
  • Peanut Butter – Peanut butter chips to the batter and top with a warmed fruit sauce or jam. Best PB&J ever.
  • Nutella – Add small spoonfuls of Nutella then swirl it in with a toothpick before baking for the ultimate pancake experience. You can’t go wrong with Nutella.
  • Make your own homemade syrups like my maple with cinnamon added or my cinnamon roll icing from my Cinnamon Roll Pancakes with Icing.

More Breakfast Favorite Recipes:

Sheet Pan Pancakes on plate with syrup

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Sheet Pan Pancakes

5 from 22 votes
  • Yield: 8 servings
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 15 minutes
  • Total Time: 25 minutes
  • Course: Breakfast
  • Cuisine: American
  • Author: Sabrina Snyder
Sheet Pan Pancakes with mixed berries and homemade pancake batter let you make pancakes for a crowd without standing over the oven!


  • cups  all-purpose flour
  • 2 tablespoons  baking powder
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 1/2  teaspoon  salt
  • 2 1/2  cups  milk
  • 2 large eggs
  • tablespoons  unsalted butter , melted
  • 1 cup strawberries , sliced
  • 1 cup blueberries


Note: click on times in the instructions to start a kitchen timer while cooking.

  1. Pre-heat the oven to 425 degrees.
  2. Add the dry ingredients and whisk together, then add the wet and combine fully.
  3. Spray a half-size baking sheet with baking spray and pour the pancake batter onto the pan, spreading evenly.
  4. Put the strawberries and blueberries evenly over the batter and bake for 15 minutes until golden brown.

Nutrition Information

Yield: 8 servings, Amount per serving: 454 calories, Calories: 454g, Carbohydrates: 80g, Protein: 13g, Fat: 9g, Saturated Fat: 5g, Cholesterol: 61mg, Sodium: 174mg, Potassium: 636mg, Fiber: 3g, Sugar: 10g, Vitamin A: 400g, Vitamin C: 12.4g, Calcium: 277g, Iron: 4.7g

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  1. I have six kids so I have to make a lot of pancakes. I thought the recipe looked too good to be true but I just went for it. I’m so glad I did, because it’s AWESOME! We all loved it! This is going to make breakfast so much easier for me, thank you!!

  2. Loved these! I added orange zest and had to sub a few things to accommodate my dairy allergy and it worked great. Only thing is that the top didn’t brown quite as much but I find that’s a result of using DF ingredients. Still delicious!!!

  3. Please tell me where I went wrong…I used pancake shake mix (where you just add water) and it came out all doughy except for top and bottom. Kept coming but made no difference… Appreciate some assistance as would like to do for Christmas breakfast.

  4. I’ve made this a couple of times now it’s always turned out great!
    The first time was exactly as the recipe. Right down to the strawberries and blueberries.
    The second time was with an”add water” boxed pancake mix. No fruit. It didn’t fluff up as much but it was still so quick and easy and very “pancakey”. I spread my homemade (healthier version) of Nutella on top.
    Today I made it with frozen raspberries, strawberries and blueberries. I coated them in coconut flour first as suggested in one of the comments.
    Looking forward to trying this with bacon and sausage added!
    And with sliced apples coated in Cinnamon and brown sugar.
    THANK YOU for this recipe!

    1. I’m wanting to make this with a mix/water only mix. How did you figure out how much mix to make? I’m trying to decide whether to double or triple it. Mine has one batch = 12-14 4” pancakes. So I’m thinking double, then again I think maybe triple.LOL
      Any suggestions?

      1. I’ve not tested it with just a mix/water only combination. If you decide to try, I’d love to know how it turns out.

  5. Wow! Total life hack! LOVE this! We will be cooking this up for many sleepovers in the future. Super easy and a great time saver. ??

  6. So simple and so delicious!
    I used a box mix of “Complete, just add water”- followed the box directions
    and I lined the sheet pan with foil and then sprayed with PAM, because I was afraid it would stick. I topped with thin slices of apple that were dusted with brown sugar and cinnamon. What a hit with everyone! So quick and easy, give it a try! We will definitely make these again! Thank you!

  7. I halved the recipe and used a half sheet pan, and it turned out great. Easy way to make pancakes all at once. Will make the full recipe when grandkids come. Thank you!

  8. Can a complete pancake mix be used for this where you just add water? I used you bisquick recipe and family did not like it. Came out very dry and too crispy on the bottom.

      1. The complete pancake mix worked great. I made it with nutella and my daughter loved it!! Can not wait to use this recipe for a brunch in a few weeks. Plan on making the nutella one and the fresh fruit one!!

        1. So happy to hear that and thank you so much for coming back to let me (and other readers) know! The Nutella one is definitely next level, although I do have a bit of a soft spot for that hazelnut goodness. 🙂

  9. Can a pancake complete mix be used where you just add the water to the mix? I used the bisquick recipe you have on here and did not like it too much. Was dry and too crusty on the bottom. I want to use this idea for a brunch but want to make sure people will like it.

  10. Really disappointing recipe. Followed all of the steps and it took ages too cook. Are the measurements for baking powder correct? You could taste it in every bite! It’s much quicker, easier and for edible to just make regular fruit pancakes. These were a bust!

  11. I made this today, easy to make. Delicious to eat! I used peaches, blueberries and strawberries. Lots leftover to freeze and enjoy later. Thanks for sharing.

  12. I just found your recipe for the sheet cake pancakes and I can’t wait for our grandsons to come spend the night again. They LOVE pancakes. One likes just chocolate chips and the other one like his with chocolate chips and pecans!

    1. I’ve not tested it using a substitute but if you decide to try, I’d love to know how it turns out. Thanks!

    2. Depending on what your reason is for changing the sugar: Try a “0 calorie” sugar alcohol erythritol (it doesn’t affect blood sugar or insulin levels. It is 70% as sweet as sugar, so you need a bit more. Honey is sweeter than sugar and like sugar raises blood sugar/insulin, but you can use a bit less and get the sweetness.
      Coconut sugar is similar to sugar (tiny less on the GI index, but higher in fructose) and you use it on a 1:1 ratio.

  13. Thank you for this! Such a time saver. I made it this morning! I topped part of it with blueberries part strawberries part chocolate chips and then The last part plain.

  14. We made these into breakfast bars. Cut them in small rectangles and drizzled them with a maple syrup – powdered sugar and milk glaze. They are going to be perfect for our family vacation this summer.

  15. Made this using thawed out frozen fruit… wouldn’t recommend ? fresh fruit would have been MUCH better but I thought it was worth a shot lol

  16. Just tried this recipe tonight for dinner. I used a mix, but didn’t see the comment below about not adding eggs if you use a mix. Instead of berries, we love banana pancakes so I mashed two of those and added a half a cup of chocolate chips. They were wonderful. I’m not sure that I’d leave the eggs out next time. I’ll try it though. There’s so much leftover pancake that I won’t have to make them for a while, though! The leftovers are going in the freezer! Thanks for the great recipe!

    1. Yes. Just place a sheet of wax paper between each layer and stack together. Place it inside a heavy-duty freezer bag and freeze. Use the frozen pancakes within 1 to 2 months for best quality.

  17. I want to try this tomorrow. I plan to use Krusteaz Protein Buttermilk pancake mix. The mix doesn’t call for eggs. Do I add 4 eggs anyway?

    1. No, whatever mix your using you should follow those instructions. I just doubled the amounts. Hope this helps!

  18. I didn’t know there is such a thing as a sheet pan pancake, where have you been all this time? I’ll definitely be giving this a try really soon, like tomorrow’s breakfast soon.

  19. What a great idea for pancakes! This would sure save me a lot of time in the morning when trying to whip up breakfast for the kids! Can’t wait to try it out!

      1. What size (in inches x inches ) should used? I’m not familiar with anything called a” half size baking sheet. Thanks!

          1. That’s a little smaller than a half sheet but give it a try and let us know how it turns out. Enjoy!

        1. Thanks for asking for inches. I had no idea what it was. Sometimes when writers share a recipe, too many assumptions are made and the reader is left experimenting with a great sounding recipe and wondering why it doesn’t look like the pics. ???

        2. Thanks for a wonderful and delicious timesaver. I used the Kodiak Power pancake mix with great results. Pitted cherries work well. I used a silpat and think I will skip that next time as the bottom was a little less crispy than we like. A keeper.

          1. I’ve not tested it using one. If you decide to try, I’d love to know how it turns out. Thanks!