Touchdown with a Football Pancake Breakfast

Father's Day Breakfast 

 

At the Price Chopper Kids Cooking Club Studio we are ready to share some food that’s perfect for for the football lover’s in your life; it’s sure to be a winning touchdown with this football pancake breakfast.

 This month Alyssa & Jaren helped me to kick things off with our ‘No Pass Pancakes’ that we shaped into footballs for the sports loving enthusiasts in you home. These pancakes are delicious at every bite with a peanut chocolate combination that’s absolutely delicious. These breakfast treats are not only yummy, but easy enough that the kids can make them.  Check out the recipe & the video below.

 

 

 

 

 

 A ‘No Pass’ Pancake by Jodie Fitz

Our Peanut Butter Chocolate Combination

 ½ cup Price Chopper Peanut Butter, smooth

 1 Price Chopper egg, large

 ¼ cup Price Chopper light brown sugar

 1 teaspoon Price Chopper vanilla extract

 1 cup Price Chopper flour

 1 tablespoon Price Chopper baking powder

 1 ½ tablespoons Price Chopper cocoa powderfootball pancakes - breakfast

 ½ teaspoon Price Chopper salt

 1 cup Price Chopper low-fat milk

 Mix the peanut butter, egg, brown sugar and vanilla together in a large bowl. Add in the flour, baking powder, cocoa powder and salt and continue to mix the batter until all of the ingredients are evenly distributed. Slowly add the milk to the batter and continue the mixing process.

 Pre-heat a griddle style pan over medium to low heat & coating it with a light layer of non-stick cooking spray or butter before adding the pancake batter.

 Cook the pancakes on one side until the edges start to appear as if they are fully cooked, one side is lightly browned and the center has started to bubble. Flip the pancakes and continue to cook the other side before serving.

 Football Shaped Pancakes: Use a spoon to add a thin layer of batter in an oval shape onto your pan the desired size of the finished football pancake. Immediately, fill in the center with more batter. As the pancake begins to cook, use a spatula to shape each long end of the oval to create points thus simulating the look of a football.  

 Football Lines on the Pancake: As the pancakes begin to cool so they are not hot, but still warm, fill a plastic disposable piping bag used for cake decorating with Dannon Greek Non Fat Vanilla Yogurt. Cut a very small tip at the end of the bag & pipe on the string lines of a football as indicated in the picture taken for this recipe. You can find disposable decorating bags at your local craft stores.

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5 Comments on “Touchdown with a Football Pancake Breakfast”

    1. Thanks – still sharing because they are great for football season coming up in the states too :)! Hope you & your family are well…

  1. So cute! A great way to start game day off right! Thank you for linking at the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. Hope to see you again next week.

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