1. Take a clean, empty ketcup squeeze-bottle and fill it with pancake batter. Use a funnel if needed.
2. Heat up a pan, squeeze the pancake batter into effortlessly, perfect circles, and cook away!
soy-free Earth Balance butter, and a few dashes of cinnamon. Click here for the recipe.
Nutrition Facts per Pancake
(if making 20 four-inch pancakes)
It doesn't seem like much but those numbers can really add up once those pancakes start stacking and bathing in syrup! I give myself permission to go a little crazy with the butter since these pancakes are uber-close to being fat-free. What I also really like is that every pancake has two grams of fiber! Not bad for a pancake.
Like I mentioned in my last post, I won't really be having a Halloween this year due to my late night class. Thankfully, however, I've already celebrated a few days ago with our bandmates at a karaoke party (it was super fun, by the way). Check out a few these easy treats that Rick and I made:
The Pure Pantry's Dark Chocolate Cake Mix, I baked some deliciously moist cupcakes with chocolate-avocado frosting and orange zest a on top. Rick prepared some appetizers with Late July's Classic Rich Crackers, Daiya's Jalapeno Garlic Havarti, and Tofurky's Italian Sausage. It was great and everyone loved it!
Hope you all have a great Halloween!