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I told my daughter she could have anything she wanted for breakfast. She responded that she wanted sausage, eggs, and purple pancakes. With a bit of investigation I learned that every time she goes to
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Re: Puprle Pancakes

posted at 9/22/2012 4:57 PM EDT
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First thing I thought of was blueberry pancakes..................................

Re: Puprle Pancakes

posted at 9/22/2012 6:30 PM EDT
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Thanks for sharing Grandmas are special.

Re: Puprle Pancakes

posted at 3/4/2014 2:48 PM EST
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In Response to Puprle Pancakes:
I told my daughter she could have anything she wanted for breakfast. She responded that she wanted sausage, eggs, and purple pancakes. With a bit of investigation I learned that every time she goes to Grandma's for a sleepover they make purple pancakes together. It is a sweet tradition that makes their time together extra special and memorable too!
Posted by Bri E


How do they make them purple? Are they blueberry with juice?
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