Friday, February 5, 2010

heart pancakes






Seeing these rainbow pancakes got me thinking about trying pink & heart shaped pancakes. The best thing about the pink pancakes???? (even tho they tasted exactly the same as our regular pancakes)--the kids thought they were wonderful! "Wow, Mom, these are delicious!" (and they were easy too- just add red food color to your batter)

My mom used to make me teddy bear shaped pancakes- awwww- good memories. Anyone else make "special" pancakes?

12 comments:

Jill said...

ADORABLE!!!! definately making these this weekend!
Thanks for sharing!
Blessings!
Jill

Lauren said...

So cute! I'm stealing this idea! We love pancakes...sometimes for dinner! ;)

Kim's Treasures said...

Awww sooo cute!

mrs.pabody said...

Growing up in Orlando, my Dad used to make us Mickey Mouse pancakes (the head and two ears). We thought it was fantastic too! :)

gypsy@Hebrews11:13 said...

I make special syrup for my pancakes- does that count? Apple cider syrup for pumpkin pancakes, caramel syrup for buttermilk, chocolate syrup for choc. chip pancakes smothered in bananas and cool whip....

I think we might have pancakes for dinner:)

misss_e said...

How fun!

DJ said...

Mmmm...I can almost smell them...
cute idea!

The Football Wife said...

Funny how different shapes & colors seem to make food taste yummier!

My baby brother was obsessed with the Ninja Turtles, so his big sis (me of course) would make him turtle shaped pancakes!

Amy said...

We have dinosaur pancake molds that are kind of a pain, but always a hit. Also, my son always wants me to make an "R" pancake for "Robbie."

Lacy @ Catholic Icing said...

This week I have made mardi gras pancakes, and heart shaped cinnamon rolls, but no heart shaped pancakes. I love it! :-)

Hannah @ The New Black said...

My boyfriend LOVES pancakes so I bought some heart shaped pancake/egg molds to make him breakfast for Valentine's Day. After reading this, I am going to add food coloring too!

mrs.pabody said...

I just saw you on One Pretty Thing. Whoo-hoo, Sara! :)