Friday, May 15, 2009

GFCFSF & Egg-Free Breakfast Pancakes

Here is another smiley face breakfast idea. Search on the "MEAL: Breakfast" link for more ideas.

This smiley face is made with:

Eyes: Mini pancakes made with Bob's Red Mill gluten-free pancake mix
Nose: An organic medjool date
Mouth: Apple slices

Note: I make the pancakes using water instead of milk sub (because I'm cheap), and I use Ener-G egg replacer since we're egg-free. When I make the pancakes, I use a 2-Tbsp. coffee measure to pour it onto the griddle. My kids seem to like them small like this. These pancakes kind of puff up, and I use a knife to cut them in half and spread jelly inside, so they're like pancake sandwiches. I make a double batch and freeze them in glass storage containers, then I just pull them out and pop them in the (gluten-free) toaster. Quick and easy!

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