When you have a pancake-themed birthday party, you’re gonna have to make pancakes for a crowd. A crowd of tiny, screaming, giggling 7 year olds to be exact. These tiny people can pack away the pancakes! Dude man. I was not prepared for each of Katie’s friends to eat minimum 3 big pancakes. Oi va voi. I like to do as much ahead of time for a party as possible, and this one was a breakfast party, so we had the table set the night before and the house fully decorated. Toppings for the pancakes were prepped and ready. The only cooking we had to do the morning of was bacon and pancakes. I like to cook bacon in the oven so it is almost completely hands off. Pancakes were cooking as party guests were arriving – filling the house with the sweet aroma of almond extract and whetting our appetites. Scroll allllll the way down for my large batch pancakes recipes. Don’t forget to check out Friday Frenzy on the way there!
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First up is 10 Little Red Riding Hood Crafts from The Treasured Bookshelf. Don’t just read your child this classic book, bring it to life by making props that help you tell the story! Definitely trying this with my grandchildren.
Pressure cookers have made a big comeback in recent years, and are becoming quite popular in the cooking world. Reviews, Chews, and How-To’s shares their tasty recipe for Pressure Cooker Adobo Chicken. They even cook the rice in the pressure cooker too!
And last but not least, are these good ole Southern Fried Chicken Livers from Julia’s Simply Southern. I never did care for chicken livers much, but found out after enjoying them at a friends house one day, that it wasn’t the food itself I didn’t like, it was the way it was prepared. Once you’ve tried these crispy fried bites, I think you’ll agree too!