April 2, 2013

Happy Colorful Pancakes c",)

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First of all, HAPPY TUESDAY guys!!!!
Second of all, what are you having for breakfast right now?
Us? today? We had boring eggs and boring bread and boring coffee. Yawn.
BUT! (there's a but)
Yesterday Monday we had these pretty and the happiest pancakes on all the lah lah land for breakfast.
Here's how to make them. Real easy am a tell yah!

Happy Pancakes, rainbow pancakes


I used the ready-to-use pancake batter. Any brand will do, but the secret to these happy pancakes is a very serious baby to mix the pancake batter. c",) You know what? This is pretty easy. A baby can do it, so can you. Here, let my photos do the talking. Enjoy!


Happy Pancakes, rainbow pancakes
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Happy Pancakes, rainbow pancakes
Happy Pancakes, rainbow pancakes
Happy Pancakes, rainbow pancakes
Happy Pancakes, rainbow 
pancakes

Yum! Yum! Yum!
Have a great Tuesday folks!

ps,
if you have any question about this post or suggestion, let's talk over at twitter and facebook. See you there.

7 comments:

Toni said...

He is the cutest! I cannot wait to teach my Vania the basics of baking! Happy Tuesday, Denise!

krissy ♥ said...

Oh wow, these look much yummier than regular pancakes! The happy colors cheered me up! :)

sittie rainie limba said...

yum! nagutom ako bigla. Super cute ate den :)) you're so great and yllac too

Marg said...

Hi! Great pancakes! Do you cook them in butter or oil? Do you change the oil/butter after you cook each color (did the color transfer to the oil/butter)? Thanks for the DIY!

Denise Lozada said...

@Toni: this is the fun stage. Yung lahat gusto din nila makisali. Fun!

@krissy: color pa lang... hahaha. thanks.

@sittie: thanks babe.

@marge: i love my pancakes in butter. I know! The butter gets burnt easily. konting butter lang for each pancake. And make sure to use those non stick pans. And no, the food color does not transfer to the oil or to other color. In fact i cooked purple first, then blue... you can see it on the layers.

have fun cooking your own version of these. You can mix two colors too to create new shade of pancake. FUN!

PJ said...

This is awesome Denise :) will try also this one with my son Weegee

eyerin said...

Thanks for the idea Denise! I love it...I'll do this with my kids great way to bond this summer :)

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