Monday, April 20, 2009

Breakfast is served!

Good Morning everyone, come on in and have some breakfast with me.

I made some more Homemade Butter yesterday and had a cup of buttermilk left, so I used it to whip up a batch of wonderful fluffy Buttermilk Pancakes. So good!

You'll never used the boxed pancake mixes again.

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But for those that are in the mood for something else, I also made a batch of Cream Scones slathered with fresh whipped cream and strawberry jam. Delicious!

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So help yourselves, there's coffee and tea as well.

22 comments:

  1. I'm loving both the pancakes and the scones.yum.thanks for fixing my link too excited at linking up ??? have a great day ..

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  2. I have made butter before, but how do you do it? I've always done it just in a jar. Do you find it more cost effective than buying butter, or do you just like it better? I like to make things from scratch instead of buying them, but since my time is limited I try to do the things that either save me money or bring me immense joy (like baking bread, which does both). But it seems like buying cream would be about the same price as buying butter. The scones look delish, btw!

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  3. Mmm, wish this was waiting for me right now!

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  4. Oh my word- those scones look delicious!!

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  5. delich!! wish i had been there for breakfast..:-)
    Love your cheese stuffed meatloaf, yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmy!!!

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  6. Isn't homemade butter and buttermilk the greatest??!! Everything looks so yummy!! So glad you're feeling better!

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  7. It all looks so yummy! Hope you are feeling so much better. Hugs, Bobbi Jo

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  8. Those are the fluffiest pancakes I've ever seen. Yum. We love pancakes around here!

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  9. That all sounds so yummy! I'm going to try make the butter, and I printed the pancake recipe! Oh I can't wait!!!!

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  10. Yummy! Those scones look so good! You must be feeling better to be doing all that baking.

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  11. Hey Sandra - in answer to your question - we loved Australia! It was better than I thought it would be.

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  12. Oh, that all looks so good.. Glad your back on track..

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  13. oh wow!!! looks awesome!!!!! glad you're feeling better & able to be back at spoiling your family :)

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  14. I will take a devonshire tea thanks those scones look delicious

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  15. Está tudo com um aspecto delicioso!!! Ontem fiz umas panquecas para comermos depois da sopa, a disposição não dava para mais, hoje já estou um pouco melhor. Também adoro scones e faço muitas vezes. Gosto especialmente assim como os apresentas, o pior são as calorias. Não sou obcecada com isso mas tenho engordado muito e não pode ser.
    Beijocas e um dia feliz

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  16. Anonymous8:35 AM

    Yummy! Debbi

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  17. Oh they look delicious! I'm hungry now.

    xxxxx

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  18. Oh my goodness those look heavenly! When I was shopping Friday I picked up everything to make scones but I haven't done it yet... I'm off to make them now!

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  19. YUMMY! It all looks wonderful!!

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  20. I love making homemade butter! I was a tried and true margrine lover until I found out how to make my own fresh butter. SO GOOD!

    The scones look really, really good.

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