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Cinnamon Roll Pancakes - Recipe Girl

Cinnamon Roll Pancakes - Recipe Girl
Updated 9/22/11 to Add: If you’re coming here to sample these delicious Cinnamon Roll Pancakes, you just might like the latest recipe that I’ve posted for Pumpkin Cinnamon Roll Pancakes too. And Gingerbread- Cinnamon Roll Pancakes too. Enjoy! Here’s a short video sharing how to make these delicious pancakes: If you’ve ever thought you needed a reason to eat pancakes, today is the day: National Pancake Day! Eat a short stack for breakfast, enjoy them for lunch, or make a dinner out a manhole-sized pancake… guilt free… because you’re merely celebrating their existence. How do you like your pancakes? But recently I started dreaming about mixing cinnamon rolls and pancakes together… and this is what I came up with- my new favorite pancake: Cinnamon Roll Pancakes. I have a wonderfully fluffy pancake batter that I like to use (recipe below) so I swirled a bit of cinnamon roll filling into the pancake. It’s like eating a cinnamon roll, and no one needs more than one cinnamon roll for breakfast.

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The privacy feature will be implemented soon. A lot of people talk about it and it was already planed for december 2010. On the other hand there could possibly be a fee for using this feature. And now please stop commenting and make more Cinnamon Rolls! ;) by tschlegel Oct 8

The problem of private is not sharing pearls, but to disclose your very own structure. It allows anyone to get a profile of your identity, it allows anyone to take a look inside your mind. Sure you can say: "I have nothing to hide!" but that leads us step by step to a transparent society. This is something we have to avoid at all costs. My question was NOT how I can hide a recipelist, but how I can hide the structures of more private parts of my pearltree. Leaving them in a dropzone is no solution. That would negate my itentional use of pearltrees, to privatly mindmap websites. by tschlegel Oct 7

thank you emmaburton, very well said...i was getting frustrated by all the crabbing, apparently people don't read the agreements they sign : / by paigemoi Oct 6

Hello everybody! I do not care who see's my pearltrees because I have nothing to hide from other people! I told the theif as an "expression"! Please don't worry about me right?! I will never leave the pearltree, because I like this site! Bye by carolinar.1995 Oct 6

Oh and I think you can keep some stuff private by using the drop zone. That's where I put more personal stuff and as far as I know no one can see it... It'll just be unorganized by booelevatormusic Oct 6

Lol I didn't even know it was possible to comment on pearls but it looks like a lot of us are in the same boat here (found it on stumbleupon) Caroline, no one is a Theif on pearltrees, it's kind of the whole point (that's why you can 'pick' other pearls). I agree, if you're going to flip a shit about people having the same pearl, get off pearltrees because this is what it's made to do. by booelevatormusic Oct 6

goes for you. Learn how to use pearltree or go somewhere else if you're so concerned about who's looking at your shit. Honestly, It's not that I don't like you either, it's that I don't like stupidity. have a good day by peggysue Oct 6

Caroline 1955, I would suggest you read up on Pearltree and choose another sight if your so concerned about people viewing your stuff. One thing I don't like about this app is my mail box gets filled up with stupid posts like this one. Once again...I say...who cares who is looking at my shit, I put it there for that reason. And the recipe is NOT yours so stop posting about it. Thank you by peggysue Oct 6

I found this recipe from stumble upon, like nearly all of you. How come so many people are looking at my pearltree? Not that I don't like you, but is there a possibility to make my tree invisible for other people? greetings from Germany by tschlegel Oct 6

Yep.... I got this from Stumbleupon, sorry, I don't look at other trees. by alwayshiei Oct 5

yeah, i found it through stumble upon, i don't even go to other people's trees by avocadoes Oct 5

hello, no I did not got that from you, I came across that site by just surfing the net, thank you HP1950 by hp1950 Oct 5

It's not Theft for buggers sakes, it's sharing. IT IS a social network so chill, Bill. OMG. by peggysue Oct 5

what's the big deal? it's a freakin' recipe? Relax, breath...eat cinnamon roll pancakes then be happy or STFU just sayin'. by peggysue Oct 5

But I don't have anything that you can not see! I just save musics and other things that I like! by carolinar.1995 Oct 3

I gotta get some work done in here 8-< by ahwei Oct 3

For now, the best thing to do is to keep all the vids and pics you don't want available to the public is to keep them all on one site (flikr, cooliris....) and you can still link people to that site in a pearl but they will not be able to view those things where access has been reserved. At least that's the best idea I've come up with to work around that future improvement ; ) by ahwei Oct 3

Ohh ok! I don't care! It's good, but it's also bad, because there are many personal things in our videos, but I don't care about that, and I don't care about your theft xD You can do that always. by carolinar.1995 Oct 3

Yes she can, as can I your conversation as this is a pearl in my tree too. I don't kbow. I see this a very good but with potentially bad aspects. Something to be some control over in user prefs? At leats I don't think I'm teamed up with you...Oh, I bet I know what it is; it's because I at some point probably stole this pearl from your tree. by ahwei Oct 3

Thank you :) I found this recipe myself, carolinar.1995, but I can also see your pearltrees. by annie15 Oct 2

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