Grab the kids and make some pan­cakes

Fill them with fruit or nuts or wait to top them at the ta­ble

The Sun Times (Owen Sound) - - LIFE - AMER­ICA’S TEST KITCHEN THE AS­SO­CI­ATED PRESS

Pan­cakes are a blank can­vas, so bring out your in­ner artist. You can work your magic at the ta­ble with maple syrup, honey, con­fec­tion­ers’ sugar, cin­na­mon sugar, fresh fruit and/or soft­ened butter.

Or you can cook your artistry right into the pan­cakes by ad­ding choco­late chips, chopped nuts, shred­ded co­conut, sliced ba­nanas, or rasp­ber­ries in­stead of the blue­ber­ries.

Use 1 ta­ble­spoon of add-ins per pan­cake. Have fun and try your own com­bi­na­tions.

Pan­cakes 101: If you have an elec­tric grid­dle, it’s per­fect for this recipe. Just set the grid­dle to 350 F (175 C). You should be able to make all eight pan­cakes in one batch. This recipe can be dou­bled if you want to cook for a big crowd. Fol­low this recipe with your kids.

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