I love me some Multigrain Pancakes, but I realize that's all I know...we don't eat any other kind in our house, so MaMa thought it might be fun to share some fun ideas to help your kids make the switch to Multigrain Pancakes! There isn't much of an adjustment to make, since the pancakes made with our Multigrain Pancake Mix taste soooooo good!
The first (and probably funnest...is that a word?) tip MaMa has is to make them kid sized. To get your Multigrain Pancakes silver dollar sized, just use a tablespoon measure to pour the batter on the griddle, that way you'll get the right amount every time. I love having them this size because I can just pick them up and eat 'em with my hands!
Next, add something yummy (and healthy) that your kids love or are fascinated by. I really like cherries and we haven't had them lately since they aren't in season, so these Danish Cherries that my MaMa's friend Michelle gave us fit the bill. Oh, were they good!
Finally, make it fun...if you're kids are too young (like me) to have free reign with the toppings, make them look fun, serve them up on their favorite plate, etc. If they are old enough, let them have fun with a bunch of different topping choices. A fun one to try that you might not expect...sour cream paired with a fruit...try it, I dare ya. It's good!
Can you tell I'm having a hard time keeping my hands off the pancakes? This isn't even my plate - I'd already had about 4 - evidence can be seen on the corner of my mouth. :) That's how much I love Multigrain Pancakes, so I know your kids can too, given the opportunity!