Photo cred - Deliciously Yum\nIf there is one thing that everyone loves eating on a nice sunny morning it's warm, fluffy pancakes, stacked high, and drenched in delicious maple syrup. But preparing pancakes is usually a chore that no one to do, as it requires you loiter over the stove, ladling batter in batches, making a mess. Then you waste even more time as you find a plate to stack your lukewarm pancakes and are forced to eat them with a knife and fork, like a peasant.\nWe found a much simpler solution to this age-old dilemma, curtesy of Deliciously Yum, that puts all the goodness of your favourite pancake in easy-to-make, bite-size versions - The Pancake Popper.\nLike any popper, it's all about the convenience and fun of popping tasty eats into your mouth, and repeating until your belly is full. Pancake poppers definitely fit the bill.\nAll you need is a cake pop pan, or cupcake pan if you ain't fancy like that, a standard pancake recipe, and the patience to wait until they're finished cooking.\nIngredients\n1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour\t3 1/2 teaspoons baking powder\t3/4 teaspoon salt\t1 tablespoon granulated sugar\t1 cup plus 1 tablespoon milk\t1 large egg\t1 teaspoon vanilla extract\t3 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted\t1 large egg white\t1/2 cup mini chocolate chips, optional\nInstructions\nCombine all your dry ingredients, except chocolate chips\tAdd wet ingredients, except egg white\tWhisk together until smooth\tIn a separate bowl, beat egg whites until soft peaks are formed\tGently fold into batter\tAdd chocolate chips\tScoop into greased cake pop pan\tBake for 12 minutes in oven preheated to 375F\nAnd that's it! Dunk those warm, fluffy balls of deliciousness in some syrup and your whole day just got better. You're welcome.\nCheck out the full Deliciously Yum recipe here.