Have you ever made too many pancakes?
Credit for this blog post goes out to my youngest daughter who had a coworker uninformed of what I’m about to share. So here goes…….
Well with little hungry children (or big ones) around, there’s no such thing as too many.
But what to do with all those extras? If you make them from scratch, there’s all that effort and the box mixes don’t come cheap. Feeding them to the dog is a possiblility but I have a better idea.
First you’ll need some:
XBrand Freezer Paper
Scissors, Gallon Freezer bag & Cut squares of freezer paper.
- freezer paper, wax paper or aluminum foil. —I prefer freezer paper but I’ve used all 3 in a pinch.
- freezer bags (do you see where this is going?)
Cut the paper into 5 or 6 inch squares but dont get too worried about them being perfect. Their use is mainly to allow you peel-ability.
And by now you know we’re about to stack the extra pancakes on top of each other with a freezerpaper square between. They’ll freeze for up to 2 months although they won’t last that long here
You could place them on a metal cookie sheet and freeze them individually for baggin’ later like Pioneer Woman. But who has time for that? One and done is my motto.
4 slice toasters are the only way to go.
Our topping of choice. Butter and maple syrup with No High Fructose Corn Syrup added.
Pop them in the toaster to reheat and you have a snack/meal ready in just minutes. I love this simple method that allows the little ones to help with meals too. Just don’t let them touch that toaster, please!
Thanks to everyone for your visit! Hope you’ll leave a preferred pancake topping in the comments below. I’m always interested in other ways to get these kids to eat here 🙂
While the world is trying to ice up outside this morning here in Mid-Missouri, I’m going to show you a little recipe from yesterday. It was the hubby’s birthday and I wanted to change up the typical cake result. What better way than with the frosting??
The recipe below is from a 1st edition of America Cooks, my Etsy find and a wonderful reference in case you care to look one up. Be prepared to pay. They are highly sought after and I am grateful to have found mine.
Before the toppings begin though, you naturally have to have the cake. So, whipped it up, poured it into 3 pans, and baked it.
Do you know how much a difference an extra cake layer can make? Trust me, it elevates flavor to a new level. No pun intended.
Very sloppy appearance here but I had only a teeny window of opportunity for the picture taking. Had to work fast to keep the cake layers from sliding and breaking.
And there you go, a little glazed on the sides but it didn’t disappoint the samplers. Mission accomplished, a keeper recipe and another birthday for the books. Have a wonderful rest of your Sunday!
In looking at rental options, the one thing that drew my daughter to her current choice was the cabinet space. She comes from a long line of cooks. A good supply of pots and pans is imperative. Not to mention, there must be a spot for her Bavarian China from her dad and I.
Then there’s the cleaning stash door. That is broom, vacume, mop.
Can’t have too many Doors when it comes to cabinets.
Spent some time trying to figure out a present for my niece who is moving out of the nest. This A to Z challenge proved pretty timely as I’ll have some items piling up in my stash.
I’d like to first show you a tutorial in progressive photos of the bookmark.
Note: be sure to tear off the paper before sewing backing on.
I used some old bluejeans fabric for the backing and added a rick rack tag.
Hoping she’ll find some tasty recipes to share with me in the future.
Baked Potato Bag is Bursting with “B”ears of course! Made by yours truly with love!
Party at Bandana’s.
I nearly ended this post with that last line, but my niece suffered a huge loss very recently. I’ve decided to share a little ‘New Home Blessing” and dedicate it to her new abode.
Even youths grow tired and weary, and young men stumble and fall; but those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.
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