Thursday, March 20, 2008

Bunny Pancakes

I have made Santa Pancakes and I have made Snowman Pancakes, so I thought I would make Easter Bunny Pancakes.

So here is what I came up with.
Ingredients: Pancakes, bananas, jelly beans, cow tails (cut in 1/4's), and marshmallows.

I have some new readers so I thought I would share my Santa and snowman pancakes. I love them, especially the Santa.

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23 comments:

Pam said...

Those are yummy looking....can you just come and move into my house??

Kelli said...

YOU are becoming my hero. Because of you my family is going to think I am the greatest ever. hehe and its all because of you. Thanks so much for all the great ideas, now I just need a bit of your energy!

Maggie said...

Oh my lord those are TOO CUTE! I swear, just when I think I have seen you do the cutest thing ever, you go and come up with something else! You are amazing!

Andrea said...

How fun! I never thought of making pancakes into stuff like that...but it totally would work....and of course it would taste delicious!

Brittany said...

Ohhh I might have to do those tomorrow! To go along with my orange pancakes. lol CUTE! :)

Melissa said...

You Rock, Girl! This is right up my alley, FOOD!

Stacia said...

Adorable!! I love the Santa :-) I just might have to make the bunny pancakes tomorrow!!

Jenn said...

You are the best mommy! Those are so fun & cute. :o)

Shelly said...

Those are really cute pancakes! I do have a good attitude for exercising now. Some days I think, not today. But, after I go, I am glad that I did it. It helps having my friend go with me.

smileymamaT said...

Well, the bathing suit on the fridge comment made me come by, then I just loved your colorful, friendly blog! I have read years and years of Family Fun magazine, and just love it and keep all the issues - now my youngest is 10 but still!
Hey, you never know when you're going to need pinecone-turkey place cards or homemade soap-in-a-cup, etc, etc!! LOL so I keep them...
your bunny pancakes are great!

The Boyds Family said...

So cute!

Are You Serious! said...

♥ Very cute ideas! Love the santa too! :)

Ann(ie) said...

Those are ALL so darling and creative. I shudder to think what mine would come out looking like!!!

Corey~living and loving said...

awwwwwww perfect. :) thanks for another great idea.

Bonnie said...

Those are so cute ... not that I'd expect any less of you and your pancakes !! :)

Brandi said...

These are soooo cute. Thanks again for all your ideas. It is supposed to be raining here on Sunday, so I am making a craft box to take to the family lunch so all the kids can be entertained. I would not be able to do this without all your creative ideas. Thanks!!!

Joanne said...

You are amazingly creative! And I thought I was being original by making an extra big pancake and just telling them it was a pizza!

Blessings, Joanne

Joanna said...

Oh I'm hungry now. So cute.

Beth said...

These turned out great!!!!!!

Menstrual Poetry said...

Those are so cute! I am definitely going to have to try them, they look fabulous.

Kristi said...

Love the bunny - I may have to do that this weekend for Sat. breakfast!

WomensDaily said...

Ahahha those are adorable!

Jared said...

Great idea on the pancakes. Makes them a lot more fun than just regular syrup. Your kids might enjoy my peanut bombs. It's a real easy recipe and allows them to be creative at the same time.

http://crockpotbbq.blogspot.com/2008/03/peanut-bombs.html

keep up the good work!