GAH!!! Look what’s happening in Massachusetts right now: MORE SNOW… and a whole heck of a lot of it! The circled area below is where we live and, hello, we could get more than 2 feet of snow! WHERE is spring!?! Stay safe, everyone!
The pretty snow scene below was taken at 7:00 AM before the storm really started. Rumor has it that it’ll go well into the night! Oy.
Quinn and I were awake bright and early, so we made Dada his favorite pancakes.
I made a gluten-free version, which turned out amazingly! I’ve actually been trying to perfect it for awhile now, and I think I finally did it! 🙂
- 1/3 cup Trader Joe’s Gluten Free Buttermilk Pancake & Waffle Mix
- 1/2 scoop SFH vanilla protein powder
- 1 egg yolk <— I recently starting eating egg yolks, so far, so good, but I’m only have 1-2 per week.
- 1 tbsp ghee, melted
- 3 tbsp water
- cinnamon to taste
Directions: Mix all ingredients together until smooth. Pour batter onto a pre-heated, lightly oiled griddle. Cook on medium-low heat and flip ounce. Serve immediately with your favorite toppings.
After breakfast, the rest of the morning was spent lounging around the house and playing with Hydro Super Sand, which dries instantly once it’s removed from water. It’s really neat. Quinn loved it!
For lunch, I whipped up some Chicken Bacon Ranch Collard Wraps. I mixed together some shredded chicken with ranch dressing, bacon, and chopped tomatoes and then wrapped it all in a big collard leaf.
It’s nap time now, so I’m catching up with work.
Question of the Day
What’s the weather like where you are?
Near Indpls – little snowballs….. like beanbag stuffing . No real coverage though. Next few days are going to alternate between rain and snow. Yuck. Ready for some sun!!
Yikes, that snow is crazy! I am in the southwest, so I will keep the recent weather to myself.
This was so easy! I came for the wrap recipe, and got a pancake recipe as well!
Your posts always amaze me, thank you! All the love xoxo
So glad you liked them! 🙂
what transitioning into spring! There’s a little bit of snow in the morning that melts as the day progressively grows warmer.