Making eating fun for kids: PANCAKES

Whether you use your own recipe or Bisquick, drop 1-2 T batter onto the skillet to make small, handheld pancakes that are kid friendly and easy to pick up with their little hands. 

Also, if desired, add blueberries, chocolate chips or nuts to the batter before cooking to add an extra surprise.

Try using a compartmentalized plate or different bowls for different dips...syrup, Karo syrup, date syrup, jelly, jam, preserves, marshmallow cream, yogurt, peanut butter or other nut butter, chocolate syrup, etc.

You're sure to have fun eating with your kids and they might even eat more than you expected.


Lady Nichole said...

:D fun post!!!

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