9 Responses to “breakfast for dinner”

  1. island jays says:

    They sure look delicious and with maple syrup even better! The only time we had pancakes for dinner was on Shrove Tuesdays and only the kids – dad wouldn’t eat them. With your large family if it works, go for it – especially if you can add the veggies.

  2. meghann says:

    I’m sorry – you lost me at “Dan doesn’t like maple syrup.” I did not know such a being existed…

    Those pancakes do look good. I think we might have to try them sometimes. Maybe even for dinner! xo

  3. Apseed says:

    Our breakfasts are so simple and consist of a cup of tea and something sweet. As for pancakes we make them for dinner, not for breakfast. To be more precise, we more like to cook crêpes, than pancakes.

  4. Heather says:

    I am fortunate to live with a house full of breakfast lovers. In fact, my youngest would eat cereal for every meal (I try to alleviate my concern by telling myself it is homemade granola, but still). The other part is that my husband loves breakfast foods and only occasionally looks at me crazy when I call it a breakfast for dinner day. I think those pancakes look yummy. I may just make them for breakfast breakfast this morning.

  5. My family has always eaten pancakes for supper and breakfast. It’s a nice change of pace. Those pancakes do look wonderful, now I wish I liked pumpkin.

  6. swanski says:

    Set a place for me because I am coming over for dinner 😀

  7. Ruth says:

    So glad to see that family tradition lives on….!! But when I saw the addition of chocolate chips to pumpkin pancakes – now that is a decadent dinner!!

  8. Corrabelle says:

    I think Dan and I share the same school of thought. Growing up, I couldn’t stand pancakes, french toast or waffles because of the maple syrup. I hated them for breakfast, and hated them even more for supper. (breakfast food did not pass as supper, or dinner in my books.) And eating pure sugar first thing in the morning made me sick to my stomach.
    I learned to like “western” sandwiches for supper though, and omlettes…

    I don’t mind them so much now though, and occasionally, just due to simlicity, i’ll make pancakes for supper because the kids like them. They don’t know it, but once they’re fed, and tucked in bed, i’ll make myself something different. I still can’t do pancakes for supper!

    Potato pancakes though…those I can handle;)

  9. barefootmama says:

    looks and sounds perfectly delicious!! <3 Barefoot Mama

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