Black Velvet Pancake, a Very Halloween Breakfast…BOO!!

We are quickly approaching November…and we have to make the most out of October…

And so the Halloween-y breakfast saga continues….

Good Morning!

For my busiest October weekend, I need something easy and something fast…

I also need something that goes with the Halloween theme… so I got a bright idea.

Since I made this Pumpkin Pie Spiced Halloween Pancake last year, I thought, Why not make creepy-looking black pancake today?

I know, right? I couldn’t get enough of Halloween. I know you must think I’m bonkers… but my daughter and my nieces just loves me for these food!

I just couldn’t take the fun out of eating!

Thank you for dropping in today.

I have a field trip for three to get ready for tomorrow and a grocery shopping for an early Halloween party on Sunday.

I doubt I could sneak in a 30-minute HipHop Abs session…

..and so I will just leave you with this breakfast idea which, if it doesn’t freak you out, I’m sure you’ll love.

okay, a year has passed and I still don’t know how to draw a very scary spider.

my spider looks like a turtle, I know, but don’t tell anyone….sshhhh

Black Velvet Pancake, a Very Halloween Breakfast...BOO!!
 
Ingredients
  • Your favorite pancake recipe OR Pancake mix {yes, I use a ready-made pancake mix because I don’t have time to make it from scratch and I used Maya Kitchen’s Whole Wheat pancake mix}
  • 4 drops black gel food coloring
  • ½ cup white chocolate chips {I used Goya Easy Melt, it tastes delicious!}
  • 2 tbsp butter
  • 1 tsp Canola Oil
Directions
  1. Mix Maya Kitchen Pancake Mix according to package directions.
  2. Add black gel food coloring.
  3. Cook pancake as you normally would, heat a non-stick pan and grease slightly with butter.
  4. Scoop about ¼ cup batter onto the hot pan.
  5. Cook until bubbles appear on the surface and the edges look dry.
  6. Turn over and remove from pan when cooked.
  7. Put white chocolate chips and canola oil in a microwaveable cup.
  8. microwave for about 10 seconds or until white chocolate has melted.
  9. Using the melted white chocolate chips, draw creepy Halloween characters such as spiders and ghost. No need for maple syrup anymore because white chocolate is already sweet.

Do I get a thumbs up for this Halloween breakfast??

 

Comments

  1. says

    You get a 2 thumbs up plus 2 big toes up for this! :P LOL :D

    I’m sure the kids loved this too, I know I would be if you were my aunt or better yet, my mom! :P

    If you think you can’t draw, you should see my version of a spider, hahaha. :D

    I bet it tastes awesome! Cannot wait to try this for Halloween morning! :P

  2. says

     I will be frightened if I will see this first thing in the morning. =) Your daughter surely enjoys all the exciting food that you prepare for her.

  3. Mitch says

    A sure thumbs up from me my dear! To tell you honestly I
    haven’t been this far out when it comes to creativity. Hmm, I think I need to
    try and work on it my way. Thanks for sharing!

     

     

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