I like to bake treats with my little sister, an aspiring future-baker. We like to make a lot of sweets and desserts and cupcakes are my favorites. We experiment with ingredients, try cool recipes, and make things that look ALMOST too good to eat.
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It may not be the most popular dessert, but it sure makes an excellent addition to teas, cakes, and other light treats.
Perhaps you’ve come across or eaten it a few times and liked it. Maybe you’d like to do it yourself at home for your special visitors or just a casual treat for your family. But you’re not sure how it’s made or what even makes up this delectable treat.
I Like You a Latte! I’m obsessed with green tea soy lattes. They are really tasty. My friend told me that they were one of the healthier options at Starbucks. I didn’t choose it because it was, but I’m not complaining. To be honest, the light green color intrigued me.
Perhaps you’ve just finished trying sprinkle lips and now you’re thinking to yourself, “Well, now what do I do with all these extra sprinkles?” Have no fear, simply add a bit of sprinkles to your pancakes for a fun twist on a breakfast classic. Above all, funfetti pancakes are a fun way to start the morning.
2 cups of Bisquick mix
1 cup of milk
1/2 cup of sprinkles
Butter or oil for the frying pan
Prepare the pancake batter
Add the sprinkles to the batter and mix well
Add a layer of butter or oil to a frying pan at about medium to medium-high heat
As soon as the pan is hot and the butter/oil is starting to slightly boil pour pancake mix in small, circular portions, flip when the bottom is golden brown, and wait until the other side is fully cooked as well before removing it from the pan and serving on a plate.
Repeat as necessary with the rest of the batter or until you are satisfied with the size of your stack of pancakes.
Finally, decorate with strawberries and whipped cream and you’re ready to serve.
I made these multi-color funfetti pancakes for my 8-year old sister and my 10-year old brother for breakfast one day before they had to go to school. Overall, it was quick, easy and they gave my siblings a sweet and delicious way to start off their school day.
Show us your Funfetti Pancakes!
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Here’s how to make simple and easy egg-less Brownies. This idea came to us due to the fact that my little sister and I ran out of eggs and didn’t want to wait to get more before we made brownies. It was due to our impatience that we decided to experiment with what we had: bananas.
To make this brownie recipe you’ll need:
1/2 cup of water
1 box of devil’s food cake mix (we used Pillsbury)
1/4 cup of crushed walnuts
Bananas can act as an egg substitute and an added bonus is a little bit of banana flavoring to your baked goods.
Note: This goes without saying but, do not add walnuts if nut allergies are an issue. If you do add walnuts and are serving them at a party or gathering please make sure that you label them with a warning note.
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees,
Mix all ingredients together (the mixture will be thick),
Pour the batter into a 9*13 inch pan, and bake for 20-25 minutes.
Finally, take the pan out of the oven, let them cool, cut the brownies, and voilà, you’re ready to serve your yummy egg-less brownies!
Final Thoughts About the Brownies
My little sister loved these because she really likes bananas, that’s even her nickname, ‘Banana’. She even requests that we make these even when we do have eggs. If you like the taste of chocolate and bananas this is definitely the brownie recipe for you. Let me know: do you have a favorite ingredient substitute when baking?
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