We decided it was time to get up when we both had to pee. I know, that was too much information. With the big boys gone, the Lego came back out, we watched "The Fox and the Hound". Of course while the movie was playing I was able to sneak into the Little Kitchen to mix up some pancakes. Nephew wanted to help with the flipping but I was worried about the hot griddle and such...he did have fun watching though. Using my intergalactic pancake moulds can be tricky though.
|Top to bottom: Tie fighter, Millennium Falcon, and an X-wing|
|The Millennium Falcon gets a dab of butter and a dose of maple!|
Put together your favourite pancake recipe. I used this one today.
Pre heat the griddle and oil up the moulds and place them on the griddle to heat up.
If you have a pancake pen, load it up with batter. If not use about 1/4 cup of batter per mould and a knife to help spread the batter into all the nooks and crannies.
Cook the pancakes until all bubbly and dry on the edges. You will have to cook the pancakes longer on the first the side than you normally would.
If the pancakes happen to stick to the edges of the mould, use a knife to scrape and push the pancake out.
Flip and finish cooking.
Transfer to a baking sheet in a warm oven to keep until all the batter is cooked and made into pancakey goodness.
|Half the galaxy could have come over for breakfast!|
Serve with maple syrup and butter!!
Until next time, stay warm and eat well!