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my life as a short order cook

I make pancakes EVERY day. On weekdays, C likes her specialty - coconut pancakes, Liv eats 'em plain with syrup & butter. I'm so happy that they're eating a nice hot breakfast that I make what they want. Their big brother was not nearly as spoiled as these gals - McD breakfast on the way to school or cold cereal was the norm.

On the weekends I make DH's favorite pancakes with granola, nuts, dried apricots, cranberries, coconut & raisins. Really, it's almost a dessert, don't ya think? Edited to add - the key is not to mix the goodies in with batter, it's so much better if you sprinkle the good stuff right before you flip 'em. Just give it an extra little press down with the spatula & you're good to go!
This morning we have a 2 hour snow delay so I made Liv some heart shaped panny cakes & set the table extra special. Of course, they wanted to eat in the family room by the TV. And the puppy got a hold of a corner of the tablecloth and nearly sent it all flying.

It was nice while it lasted!

Comments

Crafty Chica said…
oh, i must go make pancakes right now after seeing that yummy picture!
kathy :-)
Daisy's said…
wow Kelley. Really beautiful. Nice food nice fotos. Franks cakes are a work of art. Need to put them in a museum. Dont know how you do it.
D
My mom used to make pancakes for me before school and I will always remember it. Your family must enjoy the spoiling, I know I did!!
SweetAnnee said…
Oh you are such a good mom..Pancakes eVERY day!!???
and the weekend ones sound GREAT
I'll try that on Saturday when hubby
is home to share!!
yum..Deena
Kelley, I want to come live with you! Pancakes every day! I love DH husbands pancakes, they look scrumptious!
Penny

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