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We interrupt our regularly scheduled program of Taco Tuesday recipe posts for an awesome breakfast sandwich recipe to celebrate National Pancake Day and National Hot Breakfast month with Krusteaz!
I think that there is something secretly programmed in toddlers and kids to love carbs and breakfast.
Serve them breakfast-y carbs and you have instant love.
I’ve well documented how much Autmn loves waffles, but really she loves pancakes too. And muffins. Oh man, she loves muffins. But, she isn’t yet a fan of French Toast?!?!?
Side story: this weekend, Price made a box of Krusteaz Wild Blueberry Muffins and Autumn eat 5 of them that day. I got up early with her and she had half a waffle, then he got up and made muffins for us, and she didn’t stop eating them ALL DAY LONG. This creature took over and she had to consume them all! Okay, not them all since the mix makes 12, but you get the point.
So we make a big deal out of breakfast and often do breakfast for dinner since it’s easy, affordable, and just plain delicious!
I have become quite amazing at making breakfast sandwiches. Yes, I will toot my own horn here. It’s true. I rock them. I make them all different ways with bread, bagels, waffles, english muffins, different meats, cheeses, and sauces. I mean, there are even all different ways to just prepare the egg for it… scrambled, over-medium, over-well, poached. Endless combinations!
So when I discovered today is National Pancake Day I knew that I would have to make a breakfast sandwich with pancakes. It’s also National Hot Breakfast Month. I seriously love whoever has created these fun holidays!
I used Perfect Pancake Pan to make uniform sized pancakes and eggs. I love it. Also, you don’t have to worry about messing up the flip since you flip the whole pan in 1 quick movement! Plus, it’s dishwasher safe so I really do love it. I can’t handle doing stuff by hand. I’ve honestly contemplated throwing things out just because of that.
I used sausage but you can easily use bacon, if you prefer that. Just cut your bacon slices in half to make them better fit on the sandwich. And you’re good to go!
I served these awesome breakfast sandwiches with some roasted potatoes and some clementines. I wanted to eat some strawberries with them but had forgotten I gave the last of them to the rabbit. woes me! ha!
Change things up! Stack up your breakfast and make it into a sandwich!
Makes 4 sandwiches, plus extra pancakes
Check out this Fun Infographic HERE!
Krusteaz wants you to enjoy Hot Breakfast Month with some fun Breakfast Night goodies!
· Two boxes of each of the following mixes: Buttermilk Pancake, Belgian Waffle, Blueberry Pancake, and Wild Blueberry Muffin
· Some fun kitchen items like a pancake spatula, a pancake griddle pan, a squeeze bottle for pancake art and an Krusteaz apron
· Breakfast Night inspiration including sample Breakfast Night recipes
The giveaway runs for a week, ending on February 16th at midnight. Open to US residents.
This is a sponsored post from Krusteaz, but all opinions are my own.
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big salad with chicken for dinner | lots and lots of cleaning- first and 2nd floor purge to basement | Triple D | bed
up early | make a big batch of blueberry and strawberry pancakes | lots of cleaning around the house | attend MommyCon! | Price napped |Taco Bell for lunch | kitchen clean up | Price assembled the patio table | I napped when Autumn napped | endless cleaning- bathroom, bedroom, vacuuming first floor | Salad and Mac & Cheese for a late dinner| grocery shopping| bed
make bacon, egg, and cheese sandwiches | dinner prep: cut up veggies for grilled veggies, make macaroni salad, start trifle | walked to Mary O’Malley Park with Autumn, then to Market Basket, home | Price mowed | chicken with satay peanut sauce for lunch | house clean up | Price got drinks| Price made turkey burgers | Pocono race | showers | made Peach Pie Trifle | pick up Megan and Sarah | dinner with Olena | Price manned the grill | everyone left at 10.30pm | pump | bed
We don’t typically have pancakes at home. I tend to burn them or ruin them in the flip. Plus I tend to enjoy waffles more. Mitch Hedberg and I would have been best brunch friends as we share similar views on pancakes and waffles.
That being said Polly’s Pancake Parlor is the only place that I LOVE for pancakes. We typically only go there when we are camping in the Whites, as a 2 1/2 hour drive just for breakfast is a little tough. So while we were in the area to see the sunrise at Mt. Washington, Price planned on us going there to have breakfast. sweet!
While they have a large menu we each go to the pancake sampler when we are there. Price went with plain blueberry, whole wheat walnut, and cornmeal coconut with a side of bacon.
I had cornmeal (no add-in’s), whole wheat blueberry, and plain chocolate chip with a side of sausage. nom nom nom!!!
They bring the pancakes out in 2 batches so that by the time you are nearing the finish line your pancakes are not cold!! The pancakes are so good and are such a treat but they still got the best of me and I left defeated- ha!
This cat found Price and had some fun running around after him as he was making a call. Clearly the cat knew Price is highly allergic and knew it would be much appreciated to rub its body all over him.
Polly’s Pancake Parlor
672 Route 117 (Sugar Hill Rd.)
Sugar Hill, NH 03586
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