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Pancake Cereal

I love breakfast. That is one meal I do not like to skip. I love all kinds of breakfast from just a muffin or bagel to a full course of eggs, bacon and gravy. I even like breakfast for supper. One of my favorite things to eat for breakfast is French toast, waffles or pancakes. You know, the sweet stuff.

Speaking of pancakes, have you ever eaten pancakes with a spoon? Well, let me introduce you to this little breakfast bowl I created this morning. 

It is called pancake cereal because it consist of a bowl of tiny pancakes. Yes, thats right, teeny tiny little pancakes. They were easy to make but took a lot of patience. Nick laughed at me every time he passed by the stove. 

I got rid of my usual pancake mix because I have had to go on a low sodium diet. Aunt Jemima Pancake mix is the best but too high in sodium for my diet. I scoped out the pantry for something to make pancakes and found a box of Bisquick. I followed the instructions on the back and created a thin pancake batter.

Making tiny pancakes like this requires some sort of squirt bottle or tiny pour. I had a squeeze bottle with a spout that worked perfect. I lined the pan with small drops of mix and carefully flipped each one. You have to do this pretty quick as they will easily over cook. In fact, you do not even have to flip them as they will cook through in just a few seconds. I just wanted mine to be evenly brown. (Nick was still laughing).

Add your favorite toppings and enjoy. 

1 Cup Bisquick
1 Egg
1/2 Cup Milk (I used almond milk)
Mix and pour into a hot greased pan.
Flip when the tops start to become dry (no need to flip for the tiny pancakes).