If you want to ad some whimsy to a traditional event, you should try Over the Rainbow Pancake Breakfast. This event would tie in very nicely with St. Patrick's Day as residents eat their way through a rainbow of pancakes.
Green Pancakes: Looking for something fun to do on St Patricks Day morning? Consider this green pancake recipe. Nothing fancy here, simply add green gel food coloring to your favorite pancake recipe. Cook as normal, stack em’ up and serve!
use food dye to make ice cubes. Then put them in a glass of water-voile. Would be good for a party. Rainbow ice water - Taste the rainbow! - this would be cool for Christmas drinks. Red, green and edible glitter!
On-the-go pancake muffins. Stuff them with your favorite breakfast ingredients (bacon, sausage, fruit) + 29 other Surprise-Inside Cake & Treat Ideas! **Just made sausage muffins for a time. Great to make ahead and heat up for an on the go breakfast!
Egg and Spinach Quiche Cups 10 ounces frozen chopped spinach cup egg whites cup shredded fat free cheese cup red bell pepper, chopped cup onion, chopped fine hot sauce May then be frozen if desired. Makes six muffin cups, 75 Calories each
For Sara's birthday breakfast. This recipe is for buttermilk breakfast pancakes without a mix. Photos show how you can add fruit and whip cream. Say "Happy Birthday!" or celebrate a special occasion with this breakfast!
my mom used to make us animal pancakes growing up, but most of the time, we had no idea what they were. when she was up here visiting, she made an armadillo. it looked like a blob. i'm not sure how, but my dad guessed it. that's 35 years of m