Feb 5

Breakfast on a snow day

I think half the country is familiar with the term “snow day” this winter.  It’s been a rough one, to say the least.  This breakfast was a rare weekday treat enjoyed by all 3 of us.  Bella especially liked her Mickey Mouse one 🙂

Have I mentioned lately how much I love my Griddler?

Yes, those are chocolate chips.  And, see below for powdered sugar…plus, oven baked bacon (in a 400 degree oven on foil-lined baking sheets for approximately 15 minutes).  Yum.  Totally brings me back to when I was a kid…my Dad was the primary breakfast chef in our house.
I doubled the recipe and stuck half in the freezer, for a non-snow day (fingers crossed they all end soon!) when we feel like eating like we’re housebound.

Chocolate Chip Pancakes
from Food .com
1 egg
cup flour
cup milk
tablespoon sugar
tablespoon oil (I used canola)
teaspoon baking powder
teaspoon vanilla
1/2 teaspoon salt
chocolate chips (or whatever add-ins you like)

  • Put all ingredients, except chocolate chips, in blender and mix.  Pour 1/4 cup at a time onto hot greased griddle, and add chips.
  • Turn over when bubbly and serve when golden brown.

    Makes 8 pancakes.

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    4 Responses to Breakfast on a snow day

    1. Mary says:

      I’d love to have these for breakfast. You have put your new griddler to good use. I hope you have a great weekend and that there are more pancakes in your future. Blessings…Mary

    2. ashley says:

      Chocolate Chip pancakes and bacon are probably my fave breakfast! yum!

    3. I am jealous of your snow day. That storm missed the DC area. I made my own tortillas on my griddle. I love mine too!

    4. Hey Melissa, These pancakes look so so wonderful.I would love to make them for my husband coz he hearts bacon.Thanks for sharing.

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