easy recipe ... delicious recipe ... made from the things that you (should) have on hand. perfectly good for a sunday morning breakfast, a brunch with last minute visitors or dinner at home ... when mama doesn't want to do much.
probably so NOT healthy for you ... but everything is fine in moderation, no?
pancake omelet ...
(set oven to 425 degrees.)
put 1/2 stick of butter in a 9x13 pan and melt in the oven while you are mixing the following ingredients.
... if you are like me ... you must get your littles occupied ... hand over two mixing bowls with cherrios, sprinkles (in a closed container) and a wooden spoon ... that will keep them occupied long enough ... cooking! just like mama!
next mix the following ingredients ...
1 cup milk
1 cup flour
3 tablespoons sugar
nutmeg ... my recipe says a dash ... i sprinkle nutmeg over the entire top of the mixture ...
pull 9x13 pan (with melted butter) out of the oven ...
pour the mixture over the melted butter ...
place back in the oven and bake at 425 degrees for 20-25 minutes.
it comes out all poofy and bubbly ... and the different shapes make us giggle ... we enjoy ours slathered with peanut butter, covered in syrup with sliced-up bananas. yummy. well ... everyone except my cora. she likes hers with syrup only and a banana on the side.
speaking of my cora ... i came across a site yesterday ... about a little girl named cora ... she passed away ... three weeks after being diagnosed with cancer ... and it absolutely breaks my heart that her mama and i have that shared bond of being a cora-mama. there is just something about seeing your child's name and saying your child's name and hearing your child's name ... all the while, knowing that there is a mama out there grieving for her little cora.
i want to help her feel better.
and i think i can.
there are a group of etsy crafters that are working together to help raise funds to build a playground in her name. click here. *cora's playground*
i think this might be exactly the shove towards starting my etsy shop that i needed.
i'll keep you updated.
and if you have an etsy shop (or want to start one) ... think about helping out too.