And so do 'naners. Bananers.
Today's meal consisted of:
Banana-oat whole wheat pancakes and syrup
*Recipes and/or sites we used will be at the end of the meal's post.*
Since both Chicas are going to see Pizzazz's Showcase tonight, we decided to make more pancakes.
By the way, here is that awkwardly the same sized spatula-frying pan duo we mentioned before.
|They go together a little TOO well.|
So we don't need to go through everything we did, since we made these pancakes before. We made a couple of changes this time though. Rebecca's milk unfortunately smelled awful when we opened it, so we used water in place of milk. Didn't seem to detract from the goodness.
Also, we ran out of walnuts, so we used a quarter-cup of oats instead. And since oats absorb water, we reduced the pancake mix by a quarter-cup.
Sarah had a really, really, REALLY overripe banana just waiting for pancakes part dos, and it was super easy to mash up.
|Naner naner naner naner...|
Oh, by the way, since we didn't go out to buy stuff today, Sarah just stayed in her pjs.
Finally, since we had already had some practice flipping last time, this time we got the hang of it really quickly. Rebecca made sure the heat was on medium-low, and we were patient while waiting for the first side to cook. We also used a 1/3 cup scoop instead of a 1/2 cup. Rebecca's first pancake came out superb!
|Look at that beauty.|
|Aunt Jemima would be proud.|
And a reminder: As the end of the year approaches, please don't hate us if we don't post one week or if we post on some day other than Saturday. Schedules are about to get erratic.
Recipes and Sites
Thank you to FoodGawker for helping us find recipes!
Whole Wheat Pancakes
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*Notes: We replaced 1/4 cup of pancake mix with 1/4 cup of oats, instead of walnuts. We used one overripe banana, mashed. We used a 1/3 cup scoop instead of a 1/4 cup scoop.