Caden and Lilli love pancakes. I always keep the gluten free Bisquick on hand so I can quickly whip up some pancakes that all of us can eat. Yesterday morning was a pancake morning. To make the pancakes a little more special, I let the kids choose two colors each for their batters. I then gave them my Wilton icing squeeze bottles so they could also design their own pancakes. They had a blast!
First I made the pancake batter and split it up evenly into four bowls (so each one got two different colors):
Right now I only have two squeeze bottles, so I also used gallon-sized storage bags and my frosting tips. Each kiddo got one icing bottle and one bag with a small tip. They liked being able to use both of them. They even filled their "pastry bags" on their own:
|If you notice the plate on the right, Caden made a large "C" and also a 6 :)|
These pancakes do take a little longer to make because of setup, and yes, there is much more clean-up, but the kids had so much fun. Totally worth it.