Breaking The Fast with Food By: Danielle Jackson

The word "breakfast" is derived from the phrase "breaking the fast." We fast while we sleep, and breaking that fast should make breakfast the most joyful meal of the day, as we have lived through the night and are beginning a new day. Breakfast is an opportunity for a new beginning that sets the stage and sets the table for the day.

Our group decided to make pancakes this week. The hardest part about making the pancakes was making them from scratch and also not having our pan to hot because it would instantly burn the pancakes. How did they taste you ask they were light and fluffy the color was different from any boxed pancake mix but they were very tasty.2cups flour, table spoon baking powder, 1cup milk, 2eggs


Heat griddle or skillet over medium-high heat or electric griddle to 375°F; grease with cooking spray, vegetable oil or shortening. (Surface is ready when a few drops of water sprinkled on it dance and disappear.) Stir all ingredients until blended. Pour by slightly less than 1/4 cupfuls onto hot griddle. Cook until edges are dry. Turn; cook until golden. Note: If you like thin pancakes, use 1 1/2 cups milk.


Created with images by Sam Howzit - "Breakfast"

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