Pancakes, waffles, french toast
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We love to eat breakfast for dinner, it’s easy and I have all the ingredients. One of our favorites is Pop Up Pancakes , or as my husband’s family calls them, German Pancakes . I like to put a little twist on them by cooking these in muffin tins. They cook up as little puff balls and are easy for the kids to eat.
So we are here: Its Valentine's Weekend... Now when you research great ideas for a Valentine's Breakfast, more times than not you will see crepes included...And from a girl's perspective crepes are a perfect idea - romantic, delicate, French... Its definite chick food... But when you want to make a special Valentine's breakfast for your husband, this may not be appreciated the same way...SO when I was reminded of crepes as an idea I decided to make them two ways: Crepes with ricotta filling and raspberry sauce
Weekend Breakfast Series is back... For a working girl the weekends are really the only time to make a big breakfast but its also the only time we have to relax... This is what you call a no win situation... And while I'm a big fan of making pancakes from scratch I've learned to create some that are super easy. Take self-rising flour. It cuts down the need for about 4 ingredients.
Almost four years ago Jeff and I walked down the grassy isle and got married. It was a simple small wedding at a state park followed by a pancake and mimosa lunch. The pancakes were perfect. We even had a panCake cutting instead of a traditional cake cutting. (If you want to know more about our wedding check out our wedding blog: http://www.lowimpactwedding.blogspot.com/ ) We sampled many different recipes.
(Oatmeal pancakes with butter, maple syrup and raspberry sauce) I know, I know! Another oatmeal recipe.
Recipes Top 10 Recipes Cookies Pies and Cakes Candy Beverages Other My Grocery List Working with Chocolate Chocolate Championship Directions Preheat a waffle iron according to the manufacturer's directions. Sift the flour, cocoa, and baking powder into a bowl. Add the sugar and salt and whisk to thoroughly mix. In another bowl, whisky together the milk, egg yolks, and oil.
I warned you, didn’t I?
I’m fairly convinced that the world would be a better place if more sprinkles were involved. I know. I just made pancakes . It seems I have an unnatural obsession with cake batter. Well I do.