Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Holiday Pancake Party w/ Pamela's NEW Pancake Mixes

As if Pamela's Baking and Pancake Mix didn't already make the best gluten-free pancakes around, Pamela's has introduced 6 NEW Pancake Mixes! (Giveaway below)

With family coming in for the holidays, whether they eat gluten-free or not, they will enjoy eating a plate full of fluffy gluten-free pancakes. How about Buckwheat pancakes or Buttermilk pancakes? Or Protein pancakes, packed full of a variety of nut flour blends.

Let me introduce to Pamela's NEW Pancake Mixes:

From Buckwheat Pancakes to Protein Pancakes, Pamela's has a pancake mix for everyone in the family!

As your family comes together this holiday season, enjoy HOLIDAY A PANCAKE PARTY! Gather in the morning around the kitchen island with yummy toppings, the griddle nice and hot and pick a couple of Pamela's pancake mixes and get started on your festive pancakes!

We decided on Pamela's Protein Pancakes! Full of nutty flours, like pecan and almond flours to give a boost of protein! We LOVED them!


What You Need to Get this Holiday Pancake Party Started:

Griddle
Spatulas
Cookie Cutters
Delicious Toppings (sprinkles, fruit, marshmallows, whip cream)
Pamela's Protein Pancakes (or whichever you Pancake Mix(es) you prefer)
Eggs
WaterVegetable Oil
Syrup

Step 1: Turn on Griddle. Follow directions on box and mix together your pancake batter.

Step 2: Pour your pancake batter on hot griddle. And sprinkle toppings.

Step 3: Flip your pancakes once you see bubbles form...

Step 3: Place cookie cutter on pancake...Jack took this very seriously...

Step 4: And look at that, a beautiful decorated Pancake Christmas Tree!!

Step 5: Pour syrup on your Christmas Tree and ENJOY!

And see, you can make other Holiday pancakes, like this Christmas present!

This was a lot of fun and my whole family was involved. Jack was SO STUFFED after all the pancake decorating - he LOVED IT! Pancakes are a quick and easy way to feed family that come to visit for the holidays, so stock up on some Pamela's pancakes today and have a Pancake Party!

ENTER BELOW TO WIN! 
3 WINNERS WILL EACH RECEIVE (2) New Pancake Mixes!


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Visit Pamela's for all your holiday recipes! From stuffing, to sugar cookies, to gingerbread houses, Pamela's has you covered in the kitchen this holiday season.


**This is a sponsored blog post with Pamela's. I have received compensation and/or product from them. All opinions are my own and I only work with brands that my family and I truly enjoy.

36 comments:

  1. Peanut butter cookies but my favorite I don't bake is homemade GF banana pudding!

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  2. we enjoy making snickerdoodle cookies for the holidays

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  3. I enjoy making sugar cookies for the holidays!

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  4. I enjoy making sugar cookies for the holidays!

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  5. My daughter has been recently diagnosed with Celiac Disease so we are anxious to try many things. Most excited to try sugar cookies this Christmas!

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  6. I enjoy all kinds of baking usually cookies, macarons, spritz butter cookies and pies....

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  7. Every year my daughter and I make xmas cookies and other treats for family and friends. We bake and decorate each one! It has become a traditon in our house!

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  8. Every year I get together with my mother-in-love and we bake 20 different cookies and candies to give to friends, neighbors, and our husbands co-workers. Its an amazing day together.

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  9. I enjoy baking many different cookies at Christmastime! My kids like to help decorate the sandtarts!

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  10. Peanutbutter cookies are my favorite to bake. vicki lynn

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  11. i used to love making the mexican cake wedding cookies aka russian tea cakes aka...a lot of names for a simple nut short bread. i haven't made them years. I would do chocolate chip, double chocolate chip, coffee, butter, mincemeat pie cookies, then i made tea flavored shortbreads.

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  12. I love making cinnamon rolls for holiday brunch, different each year, last year I put bacon in them!

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  13. We love the Pamela brand...each and every one of them.

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  14. hvn8bnd@comcast.netDecember 13, 2016 at 8:17 PM

    Sharing with loved ones

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  15. I love baking Gingerbread Houses! I never knew that until my daughter pushed me to be brave this year...we made a GF one from scratch...it turned out so great that we decided it just has to be a new holiday tradition.

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  16. We've had fun making cinnamon ornaments this year. :) Not edible, but I did find one of them with a bite out of it! lol

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  17. hmmmm I would day cookies and gluten free mickey pancakes on Christmas day!

    Hannah

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  18. Making Italian Christmas cookies with my son Joey is something we look forward to every year.....love the memories of making them with my mom and now I want him to have that too....:)

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  19. Cookies!! And more cookies!! Gluten free Aunt Sally's are my favorites!

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  20. I love baking cookies. Patricia

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  21. Love making cookies! Gluten free chocolate chip or applesauce raisin are our favorites.

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  22. Grasshopper bars.... Hubsters absolute favorite this year. ;)

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  23. I enjoy baking everything from gluten free brownie trees, to cupcakes, to pancakes, and cookies.

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  24. Sugar cookie cutouts have become somewhat of a tradition. Our kids decorate their own cookies to leave out for Santa.

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  25. I like making cookies and banana bread.

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  27. I enjoy making cut out cookies and peanut butter Hershey kiss cookies!

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  28. This would be a great treat for my GF family if 8!

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  29. I enjoy making peanut butter balls and making my son some rice krispy treats. I use cookie cutters to make the treats more festive.

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  30. I love making cinnamon rolls for breakfast Christmas morning!

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