I came across this awesome recipe recently, when my mother-in-law asked if I wanted to take her old Betty Crocker Recipe Library off her hands. This gem from the late 70’s was a compilation of recipe cards, divided into categories like “Gala Menus” and “Fun with Fondue.” Cards were adorned with 70’s style photos, and included plenty of recipes for gelatin molds and various loafs of meat.
Back in the 70’s and 80’s, people really liked their food nicely shaped.
But, I’m kind of weird and one of my favorite things is to unearth old recipe boxes and cookbooks, because you find some really awesome diamond-in-the-rough recipes. And as I leafed through the recipe box, I found a few that I was pretty excited to try.
One of those recipes I am here to share with you today!
Now, I recently shared with you my recipe for Pumped Up Pancakes. This will come in handy with this recipe.
Now that your kids are home for the Summer, the days become easily monotonous. It’s nice to have some fun things to shake things up with. So why not start with breakfast? This recipe is a variation on pancakes, and is a GREAT way to add fruit to your kids diets. You can also have your kids help in a assembly-line fashion.