This morning I woke up with one thing on my mind. Pancakes!
Unfortunately, Chris woke up waffles on the mind.
What to do, what to do?
How about have the best of both worlds and make panwaffles?We purchased this awesome pan from Williams Sonoma a few years ago that makes pancakes that have the same crevices as waffles.
This morning I used Hodgson Mill’s Whole Wheat Buttermilk pancake mix. I was not really in the mood to make pancakes from scratch this morning. It’s so easy to just add milk, oil, and an egg! In case you’re wondering, I use a wooden skewer to flip the panwaffles. Like so.
The first batch came out much lighter than the second batch. I prefer my panwaffles well done!
Good thing Chris doesn’t really have a preference as I took most of the brown & crispy ones.
And then I made a tower of panwaffles! With alternating layers of strawberries & peanut butter, and banana slices & peanut butter. And topped off with a sprinkle of shredded coconut. Mmmmmmmmmmmmm….. Was all I could say after every bite.
You should really invest in a panwaffle pan. It’s worth it, I promise.
Can anyone tell which strawberries are from a local farm and which were shipped in from California and purchased at the grocery store? I mean, it’s pretty easy to tell the difference. Not to mention how different the taste is! I love me some fresh, organic, local strawberries
Last night Chris and I met our friends Kate & Roger for sushi at Sushi Love .
We began with edamame. And wine. And then I was enjoying chit chatting with our friends so much that I completely forgot to take a photo of the sushi!