It finally snowed here last week. Mother Nature was kind enough to send the snow on a Friday night, so no cancellation of school was necessary. I thought that was kind. My kids? Not so much.
But I was able to bring a smile to their faces when I asked "Who wants snow pancakes?"
Snow pancakes? Whaaaaa?????
You never heard of snow pancakes? Get ready to rock your world......
|Picture perfect snow pancakes|
Snow pancakes are one of the easiest things to make - and it really impresses the kids. And any adults that happen to be around, for that matter.
It's from a recipe written long, long ago when eggs were scarce in the winter, but snow was not.
It's really easy. All you do is swap the eggs in any pancake recipe for snow. For every egg, use 2 tablespoons of snow instead. It doesn't have to be an exact measurement, just scoop some up.
Here's the recipe I use:
|This is how we gather it.|
4 spoons of snow (or 2 eggs)
2 cups flour - I use Trader Joe's white whole wheat
2 cups milk
2 tbs sugar
1/4 cup oil
1 tbs. baking powder
Mix it all together. It will puff up as it sits. Pour some on a griddle, bake until set, flip, bake a bit more - enjoy!
|A large griddle makes it easier. Get one.|
Be sure to send the kids out to fetch the snow. It's part of the fun. And tell them to get CLEAN snow!
No go look at that recent snowfall in a new light.
By the way, did you know I wrote a book? Chock full of all sorts of ideas like the one above. It's called "30 Days To An Organized Home", and you can get a free sample here. Go - do it now.