A pancake feed is an all-you-can-eat breakfast of pancakes popular in some United States locales including Minnesota and Nebraska. A record pancake feed serving over 38,000 people occurred in Fargo, North Dakota on February 9, 2008. American civic groups and amateur sports teams have traditionally used pancake feeds as fundraisers. In Seattle, they are associated with Swedish American and Norwegian American cultural societies and clubs. The Kiwanis pancake feed in Lincoln, Nebraska has been held continuously since the 1950s.
- Pancake breakfast a similar, Canadian tradition
- Pancake Tuesday a religious institution of gorging on pancakes amongst Lutherans, Catholics and other Christian denominations
- Mohr, Howard (2013), "Pancake Feed", How to Talk Minnesotan, Penguin, p. 27, ISBN 9781101615485
- Dugan, Terry (2010), The Hick Arrives at the Tea Party, p. 54, ISBN 9781453816059
- McDaniel, Melissa; Kras, Sara Louise (2010), North Dakota, Marshall Cavendish, p. 55, ISBN 9780761447337
- Karen Gaudette (September 27, 2006), "Fans flock to pancake breakfasts for the cause, company and cuisine", The Seattle Times
- Kyle Bruggeman (November 11, 2009), "Kiwanis pancake feed", Lincoln Journal Star