Before we get on to our weekly party, we want to first say that our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected by the Boston Tragedy. We are giving all those affected a virtual hug and want to say that we love you and are praying for each of you!
We are already headed into week 3 of the Make Bake Create Party! Are you feeling inspired yet? I sure am! I wish I could devote hours and hours to making all the projects being linked up each week.
If you are late to the party, no worries, every Wednesday come and link up your favorite projects from the week. This could be any food, recipes, crafts or DIY! Since there are 5 hosts… your link will be seen on 5 blogs at once.
Your hosts are Rachel from Bubbly Nature Creations, Sarah from Hope In Every Season, Kristy from Mommy Hates Cooking, Brandi from The Creative Princess and Vanessa from The Rookie Seamstress.
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This week, I am hosting and wanted to share with you the recipe I tried that was linked up last week from Fabby’s Living! Guess what? It was delightful!
My husband loves sweet breads, which is why I was drawn to this recipe. The only change I made was that I substituted the flour with Gluten Free All Purpose Flour. The switch worked beautifully and even my ‘not’ gluten free husband LOVED it. He nearly cleared off the entire pancake! I was lucky to get a bite!
Of course, we also decided to sprinkle it with powdered sugar because that just seemed fitting! I think caramel sauce would of been tasty too.
Not only was it delicious, but it was also simple to make and consisted of ingredients I already had on hand. I love recipes like that where I do not have to run to the store for ingredients!
Head on over to Fabby’s Living and check out her Apple Pancake now!
* You may link up any DIY/ recipe/ food type post.
* You may link as many links as you want.
* Be sure to include The Make Bake Create button or text link to in your linked post; this is recommended to be featured!
* By linking up you are agreeing that the photos are yours or that you have permission to use them, that we may use those photos to feature your project on a blog post, Facebook, Pinterest, or Twitter with a link back to your blog of course.
(We may also occasionally MAKE YOUR PROJECT OURSELVES- with a link back to your recipe or tutorial, this gets more exposure for you… and potentially lots of traffic!)
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