Puff Puff Pancakes

Made Famous By:  Martha McMullin

(Isn't my hubby such a good hand model?) 
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I have an update on Mr. Potty mouth/creep from THIS post.  (I was going to call him Mr. F-word, but it just didn’t look right.  LOL!)  I took the boys fishing and right after we got there sure enough, Mr. Potty mouth/creep comes strolling down the dock. 

I REALLY wanted to go up to him and flick him in the forehead, but I behaved and didn’t.

Then I thought to myself, hmmmmmm…..I wonder if he is going to be brave enough to make the mistake of saying the f-word in front of my kids again?
Well I am proud to say he didn’t. 

I think he could see my stink eye was trained on him and set to kill.  

I asked my boys each time they came to check in with me if he was saying the f-word and each time they told me he didn’t. 

When it was time to go home I asked one last time if he used the f-word at all while they were there and he didn’t!!!!!

VICTORY I say, VICTORY!!!!

Puff Puff Pancakes is another recipe that I inherited from the McMullin family when I got married.  I am forever grateful that Puff Puff Pancakes came into my life.  They are one of our favorite and easiest breakfasts.  If you want a good laugh check out my lack of photography skills here when I first started.

Puff Puff Pancakes
½ C Butter
2 C Flour
8 Eggs
2 C Milk

*Mix all of the ingredients together  and then pour into a 9x13 pan.
*Bake at 425 degrees for 22-25 minutes or until puffy and slightly golden brown on top.
*They don’t “puff” up until the very end of the cooking time.
*Serve with your favorite syrup and powdered sugar.


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13 comments:

  1. Um, Heather, the photograph is STUNNING! Bravo to your evolved photography skills, you are amazing!!! And the puff puff pancakes aren't too shabby either ;). And most importantly, mad props to the hand model, hard hard work to pour JUST right...!!!

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  2. One of my favorite recipes! Your "before" photos weren't that bad! (Even better now, though!) Your pics always look great! :)

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  3. Thank you Sarah and Kristin!! The great thing about life is that there is always room for improvement!! I feel like I learn something new about food photography each time I take pics. So fun!!

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  5. Can't wait to try...just a few ingredients but wow! this can make a really filling breakfast. Thanks! =)

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  6. Yum Can't wait to try! Major props to Cade. He makes the hand modeling look so natural :)

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  7. Should the butter be cold, melted, or at room temperature?

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    1. If you are using margarine you don't have to melt it. The butter will melt when it is baked. If you are using real butter then I would at least soften it.

      This recipe is very forgiving.

      Happy Friday!! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!!

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  8. This looks absolutely great Heather! Lovely use of the hand model too!

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  9. Oh, my gosh! Cade needs to be a hand model professionally. What a pro!

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  10. I'm a fan of any kind of pancake, and these look AMAZING!! Can't wait to give them a try. :)
    I also wanted to let you know I am passing along The Versatile Blogger Award to you and your fabulous blog! For more details about this award, please see my post:
    http://debbiesweets.blogspot.com/2012/03/ive-won-award-major-award-versatile.html
    Have a great week!

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