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Smart Idea: Reuse your ketchup bottle

A great way to recycle!  Reuse your ketchup bottle to dispense pancake batter.  Who knew??? Lol 🙂  I love this idea!  Below is a recipe for Baby Cereal Pancakes.

Baby Cereal Pancakes are great for using up any leftover commercial baby cereal. Make your baby or toddler these baby cereal pancakes and get some extra nutrients in with this tasty recipe.

This recipe for baby cereal pancakes is a tried and true recipe.

Baby Cereal Pancakes Recipe

1 cup whole wheat flour (this will make a dense pancake; you can use 1 1/2 cups of all purpose flour if you prefer)
1/2 cup uncooked commercial baby barley cereal from the box (or rice ommercial baby cereal)
1/2 cup uncooked commercial baby oatmeal cereal from the box
1 cup formula (or another liquid such as milk)
1/2 cup mashed banana (or fruit of your choice)
1 tbsp melted margarine or butter (unsalted type)
3 egg yolks
apple juice (about 1/2 cup) or use water if you prefer

-Add cinnamon, nutmeg, dash of vanilla or other flavorings if you wish.

-Mix all ingredients together and add enough juice to make pancake consistency. Cook on your cook top in a frying pan as you would with “regular” pancakes. Cooking these baby cereal pancakes on a griddle will work better as you will have more control over the temperature and will be better able to keep the temp. at a constant heat.

**Freezes Well**

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