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Learn how to make delicious pancakes, waffles & french toast that will keep your little ones going all morning long!
These would make a great staple for a buffet dessert. Just lay them out with all the possibly fillings and let everyone customize their own.
Serve some heart-shaped pancakes to kick off Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day -- or any other special day!
These pancake are comforting and filling. Try adding chopped nuts or dried fruit for a special treat.
On a fall weekend morning, you and your kids can make these light waffles--flavored with a touch of pumpkin puree--and enjoy a healthy and leisurely breakfast.
Although they can be served at anytime these potato pancakes are especially popular during Hanukkah.
For a fuss-free holiday breakfast, have your kids help prepare this tempting dish the night before.
Peanut butter packs these breakfast flapjacks with protein and just the right amount of nutty flavor.
Here's a classic breakfast your kids will flip over on New Year's day.
Light, fluffy and chock-full of plump blueberries, these mini pancakes stack up to a hearty breakfast for both young and mature palates.
We've given these make-ahead patties (good hot or cool) lots of lunch appeal by preparing them with cheese and a trio of favorite veggies.
Orange Puree sweetens the flavor -- and the nutritional value -- of these appealing pancakes.
Your kids will never have a clue that squash and carrots are hiding beneath the maple syrup.