Saturday, October 24, 2009

pumpkin pancookies (yum!)


yum!

  • trader joe's pumpkin pancake mix
  • trader joe's rice milk (vanilla)
  • trader joe's 100% liquid egg whites (cage free)
  • canadian farm fruit and nut granola (organic)
  • sun-maid california golden raisins
hap-hazardly place the above ingredients in a bowl. ..press "play."
  • cabot whipped cream (natural)
  • land 'o lakes butter (light, with canola oil)
  • 1 bananna
1. lightly coat the pan with a pat of butter

2. after pouring the pre-pancake onto the butter, place sliced banana on the uncooked side

3. flip (after bringing the pancake to a golden brown, or my fave, "charred")

4. top with whipped cream

side:
  • harmony bay cinnamon pecan coffee
  • international delight fat free vanilla creamer (yeah, still going with that)
yum!

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* while it might not be the healthiest possible meal, it will satisfy those comfort-food cravings (on a cold, fall morning).

* for an added effect, start a fire in the fireplace.






8 comments:

  1. Ummmmm, that sounds so yummy (except for the raisin part)!!!

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  2. boxes and cans (particularly those with nozzles) do not contain food. The banana can stay ... and so can the festive table cloth :-)

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  3. Looks fantastic, but that one in the first picture in undeniably burnt! What is it with the first couple of pancakes? It always takes a few for them to come out nice and even.

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  4. hey, jules!

    the raisins (and bananas)actually cook into the pancake.

    deeeeeeelish!
    :)
    len

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  5. what's up, sue?

    the first one only appears to be burnt :), and that appearance dis-appears as it is being In-Joyed.
    :)
    yummy!
    len

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  6. The bananas seem fabulous cooked right in there...but I am just not a "raisin person" when it comes to baked goods.
    But, I do like the burnt parts!!

    You're making me hungry... :)

    Jules

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  7. you wouldn't even know that the raisins were in there.
    :)
    the granola looks a little weird, while you are whipping up the mix, but it all cooks up nice!

    megayum!

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  8. to anonymous:

    i just got your comment, and published it.

    yes, on the banana and table cloth. fresh strawberries or blueberries work well, also!
    :)

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