Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Bakugan: Darkus

The final Bakugan attribute symbol! Kidlet has been waiting for this one since I have never had a black marker. Well, now I do!!!!!!!!! My wonderful brother bought me a new set of food color markers for Christmas and they have many new colors in them! I'm not sure how I like them yet since I have only used them once. I will keep you posted.

Kidlet has the Darkus symbol made from food color marker on cheese on top of buttermilk pancakes *yum*. On the side are a little bottle of syrup, checkered apple, clementine segments, and cucumber.

I made these pancakes last night using my ancient Betty Crocker cookbook and they are unbelievable!! There is no longer a date on this book because the front cover has been missing for a long time but my mom says it is probably mid to late 70's since she got it when she got married. I know that isn't actually ancient but it looks much older from the years of use :D

Favorite Pancakes, from the not-as-ancient-as-it-looks Betty Crocker CB

1 egg
1 cup buttermilk (I didn't have any so I substituted 1 cup milk plus 1 TBSP vinegar)
2 tablespoons shortening, melted (used butter)
1 cup All-Purpose Flour
1 TBSP sugar
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp soda
1/2 tsp salt

Mix all ingredients, cook pancakes :D For bento size pancakes use a tablespoon to measure out the batter.

3 comments:

  1. Cute Darkus!! And good looking pancakes too. You make the most beautiful checkered apples.

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  2. You have inspired me through your blog to start doing these for my kiddos as well, although they are girls and I am not as artistic as you.

    I have been researching bento boxes and have found so many cute ones. I would love to see the lids to your boxes..you seem to have somewhat of a collection yourself.

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  3. That's so wonderful! I love getting more people interested in bento! It's such a great thing!

    I will gather and photograph my bento boxes this weekend. We do have some really cute ones!

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