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“Pumpkin” Pancakes

I find myself to be very creative. Pancakes are a Charlie staple. So let’s get creative with pancakes! By using some food coloring pancakes can be fun. I’ve always let Charlie pick out  a color for his pancakes, this time the color helped them come to life. I made some white and orange pumpkin shapes, all with green stems. I also tried to make some ghost and bone shapes. Of course they’re not perfect but to Charlie they were!  He ate them right up. I always make a big batch then either throw the extras in the fridge or freezer. Makes a quick grab when we’re having a busy day. I will pop them in the toaster to warm them up.  I typically use bisquick without adding the egg. I also use the extras it suggests – baking powder, sugar and vanilla. Chocolate chip pancakes are always requested. Gage prefers blueberries in his, now that he gets to eat them!

October 27, 2010 - Posted by | What's for dinner | , , , , , , ,

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