It’s always been one of my New Year’s Resolutions to learn to cook, to cook more meals for my family, to try and make new things for dinners . . . this year my resolution is a bit different.
This year, I say, to heck with that resolution and just embrace the fact that my cooking skills are limited to those of a third grader.
It’s a good thing that I subscribe to some fabulous food blogs that from time to time feature recipes for amateurs such as myself.
In the intro, she states that she made these in 7th grade Home Economics class. That was all I needed to read. I figure that if a bunch of twelve years old can bake these things, than I can too.
For the full recipe click here.
It’s an easy recipe to follow and result is dangerously tasty. I had to impose a one-puff maximum on myself, or else I could have easily eaten the entire batch. The boys enjoyed them as dessert because I think that they are a little too decadent for breakfast. Paired with a vanilla ice cream, they are a winning combination for your next dinner party.
Next time I make these I am going to add a dollop of sour cream to the batter. Or maybe even some cut-up apple. I imagine that variations to the simple batter can be easily executed.
On second thought, maybe I should just stick with the recipe.
What are some of your favourite food blogs?