Monday, November 16, 2009

Falling for Pancakes

Wake up to fall flavors with pancakes smothered in warm cinnamon apples. Per Granny Smith apple, melt 1 tablespoon of butter over medium heat in a small skillet. Add sliced, unpeeled apples and toss to coat. Stir in 1 tablespoon sugar and 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon per apple and stir. Cook over medium-low heat, stirring frequently, for about 5 minutes or until apples are crisp-tender and cinnamon syrup coats the pan. Pour over hot pancakes, and serve.

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9 comments:

my craft and art creations said...

Yammy -Yammy looks delicious!!
I will try it!!

Rose said...

It looks yummy. And I can almost smell it.

Laura said...

Yummo! Wish I had time to whip this up this morning! Thanks for sharing!

Honorablyfallen said...

mmm I just ate pancakes myself!- Sarahlynn

Practically Precious said...

You always make everything so special! And because of that, I need your help. We are having a class shower for my daughter's kindergarten teacher tomorrow. It will be sinple with blue cupcakes, chips and juice, but I want to send them home with some type of favor. What would be suitable for kindergarten children? I greatly apprecaite any and all ideas! Thanks!

Melissa Lester said...

Hmmm, Practically Precious, let me think about that. We did a surprise baby shower for Carson's fourth-grade teacher last year. You can see that post here.

http://alittleloveliness.blogspot.com/2008/11/surprise-baby-shower.html

I liked the idea of letting the students know that they were Mrs. Williams' children too. Maybe you could send the children home with blue or baby-themed candy. You could probably find cute containers in the wedding/baby shower section of Wal-Mart or a craft store. Then maybe tie a little note to it that would reassure the kindergarteners that their teacher will be back soon.

alittlefrenchloven said...

Umm those look delish Ms. Melissa!

Suzanne said...

Totally awesome picture!! What are some steps I could take to become an accomplished photographer like yourself? I always enjoy your pictures!

Melissa Lester said...

Thanks, Suzanne! I give all the credit to my camera, a Sony 600 DSLR. It makes me look like a better photographer than I am!

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