Thursday

Leftover Pie Fillings

     I made several batches of Kolacky cookies and I found it slightly cheaper to use pie filling then preserves. Even though I bought small cans I still had a lot leftover, so this morning when I made my grandsons pancakes I added a heaping tsp of each filling, blueberry, raspberry, and apple right to the dough. I then fried the pancakes as usual.. I did add a couple tablespoons of sugar also to the dough. They were incredible and sweetly moist enough so they didn't need any syrup or sugar on top. If you want to make a bigger production out of them spoon some filling on top and then add whipped cream. It's a breakfast for company, holidays, or special occasions. Photo by Jessica Spengler

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maku said...

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Kisses

Joanne said...

Great idea! Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day so this will come in handy. Blessings, Joanne

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Peacock said...

Yum yum I have to try to make it. It looks delicious!