Okay, good! Right here we go.

I really like the film Beauty as well as the Beast. The soundtrack is certainly ridiculously great and that small clock, candlestick, and teacup companionship is normally pretty adorable.
I am obsessed with Salty Pup chocolates from BT McElrath Chocolates with butter toffee pieces and sea salt… I won’t need to explain further.
I need to day Curtis Rock. He’s Australian and loves to cook. We’d make a good match.
4. Two of my best friends are totally the coolest people on earth. You should match them sometime. You’d giggle the sofa off. You’d question how exactly we got so sassy. We’ve fun. I really like them quite definitely.
The Ginger, Asian, & Blonde trio. Totally awkward hair colors. Totally different personalities. It just works.
We took on Chicago once. One of the best times of my life. I’m still laughing about it.
Here we have been at graduation. Totally sweet.
I actually miss seeing them everyday. I used to get back and we’d cook dinner, laugh about our times, and dream of our futures.
I appear to be I’m 80 years old! Gosh, time to pop a Werther’s butterscotch chocolate.
Anyway, last however, not least…
5. I really like pumpkin! Pumpkin cookies, pumpkin soup, pumpkin wedding cake & pumpkin muffins. My favorite dessert is normally pumpkin pie. That might be my last food if I experienced to choose.
Yep. I’m a pumpkin fan for life and I’m here to convert you.
They were originally just going to end up being healthy Pumpkin Pancakes with a few Dark Chocolate Potato chips (only a few).
They just turned out to be A lot more than that. They were ideal.
Make these!
1 teaspoon cooking powder
Pinch of salt
1/2 cup canned pumpkin
1 tsp vanilla extract
60-70 chocolate chips if preferred (I favor dark chocolate)
Combine both flours, cooking powder, salt inside a medium sized bowl. Add your spices to bowl and whisk to combine.
In a separate bowl, combine pumpkin and yogurt. Combine until very creamy. After that add egg whites, sugar , vanilla & combine to combine.
Next alternate adding flour mixture and milk towards the wet ingredients. Combine until well combined. Usually do not over mix! It should be somewhat thick.
Heat non stick pan or skillet over moderate temperature. Place 1 tsp of oil or 2 tsp of butter on skillet. Add about 1/4 cup of batter for each pancake. Work with a spoon to disseminate the pancake a little bit. Put about 6 delicious chocolate potato chips on each pancake. After that carefully turn over when pancakes edges become bubbly.
They are done and perfect when golden brown on both sides. Set oven to warm (200 degrees F) and place pancakes on plate in oven to maintain warm until the remaining pancakes are carried out cooking.
Enjoy having a big cup of dairy! No toppings necessary.
Makes 9-12 pancakes.
2. You cant possess Curtis Stone, he is mine!
3. We could share!
Joanna- They are So excellent! And I guess we can share Curtis haha.
Hi Monique! I just started checking out your sight and pigs trotters can’t wait to try so many of your formulas! I produced these pancakes for my roommate this morning for a little valentines breakfast time (formed them in hearts, of course). These were so fun! I simply wanted to suggest a little revision to your type up
– your recipe says baking powder, however the directions express soda, in order that was just a little tricky
– also you have vanilla within the component list, and i LOVE vanilla, and therefore it should’ve been the first thing I got away from my cupboard. but adding vanilla to wet substances also wasn’t area of the guidelines, so when I was heading by those, I forgot it If you change that to remind other folks reading it might make for a lot more ideal pancakes

It's only fair to share...Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedIn