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Star Wars Sunday Morning

By Kristineduffey @GeminiWriter81
What a Sunday morning! We tried to use our new Star Wars pancake molds!

Star Wars Sunday Morning

Beware! Darth Vader

Sometimes things don’t turn out the way you expect them to. This happens a lot when I cook. But that doesn’t mean we don’t have a good time.


Star Wars Sunday Morning

Yoda



Star Wars Sunday Morning

Darth Vader



Star Wars Sunday Morning

Storm Trooper


David and I had a good time making these. David’s sister Terri gave him these molds for Christmas. They can be found on the Williams-Sonoma website.
They are called Star Wars Heroes & Villains Pancake Molds.

Star Wars Sunday Morning

The First Battle

Star Wars Sunday Morning

The Wreckage

Even the ones that didn’t turn out shaped well tasted good.
Star Wars Sunday Morning
 
Star Wars Sunday Morning

I have few suggestions about making these.
  • Make sure you have a very flat griddle. We found out that we do not own a completely flat pan.
  • Also, you don’t want your batter to be too thick or too thin. Getting the consistency right takes a little practice.
  • If you want a quick meal I suggest making one batch of each shape and then finishing up with round pancakes.
  • Using a fork to spread the batter around the pancake mold as you pour it helps get it into the corners.

Star Wars Sunday Morning

Beware! Yoda!

Fluffy Pancakes

2 Cups of Bisquick1 and ¼ Cup of Milk2 eggs2 tablespoons of sugar2 teaspoons of baking powder1 teaspoon of vanilla
Mix ingredients together. I use a whisk because it mixes nicely.Heat griddle and spray with cooking spray. For nice round pancakes pour ¼ of a cup of batter on the hot griddle. You know it’s time to flip your pancakes when you see bubbles forming. Serve with butter and syrup. We like bacon with ours, too!

Star Wars Sunday Morning

What’s Under the Cloak?

 


Star Wars Sunday Morning

Regular Storm Trooper




Star Wars Sunday Morning

Dark Helmet Storm Trooper




Star Wars Sunday Morning

Griffin's Syrup


I like Griffin’s Syrup because it’s made in my hometown of Muskogee, OK. Enjoy!KD*Please feel free to comment! I love comments on all of my posts.


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