For the past few years, my family has had pannekoekens for breakfast on Christmas morning. Growing up there was a local restaurant called Pennekoeken. This was the after-church restaurant that holds a place of honor in many of my childhood memories. Unfortunately, the restaurant closed down when I was in college and I have missed it for years. After an evening of reminiscing my family and I decided it was time that we found our own recipe and enjoy pannekoekens again. Pannekoekens or as they are sometimes known Dutch Baby Pancakes, taste a little like crepes but in pancake form. The batter puffs up to form a billowy crust with a custard-like center. These chewy pancake bowls are perfect for filling with some of your favorite toppings. I would recommend this recipe to any and all who have a love for breakfast. I hope you can find a way to work this recipe into your holiday routine and create new family traditions around the table. HunkiedoriëHunkiedorië Founder Creative Director Foodie & Craft Pro http://www.hunkiedorie.net
This week the Hunk gals hit up the opening night of the Minnesota Zoo’s Jack-o-Lantern Spectacular. This spooktacular adventure runs at the Minnesota Zoo from October 4th through Halloween.
In the past, I have tried my hardest to post a baking recipe for the 25 days of Christmas. And, although this creates some great content for me as a blogger, it isn’t the easiest to plan out a baking calendar for those of you who are following along. So, this year I have decided to combine 25 of my most popular recipes into one post and gift them to you early this year. Merry Christmas and happy baking!
It’s cozy season which means cozy evenings spent indoors around the table with a bottle of good wine and some of our favorite comfort foods.
With the end of the warmer months means the end of garden-grown produce. This Bruschetta Chicken Pasta will help you use up your end of year harvest.