Last night was our first hockey game in Utah. The Utes played surprisingly well – Boise looked awful. I have to admit, I thought it’d be the other way around. All in all, it was a fun night out with the kids.
could have cared less was super excited about his first ever hockey game.
Mackenzie loves hockey but he got a little restless while waiting to do the chuck-a-puck
I woke up super creative this morning. I actually came up with this recipe before I even got out of bed. It was a bit of trial and error at first but the end result was AMAZING.
Here’s the recipe that actually works (My failure at first was in batter that was too runny and trying to make waffles. heads up:- chai mix is WAAAyyy to sticky for the waffle iron)
Chai Spice Pancakes
Combine all ingredients, mixing thoroughly.
Heat skillet with a little olive or vegetable oil.
Pour sand dollar size pancakes in the skillet.
Cook over a medium heat about two minutes each side.
** My grandpas trick is to wait for the batter to get “bubbles” in it – that’s how you know when to flip.
Flip and cook on the second side until golden brown.
I topped ours with sliced pears, a sprinkling of cinnamon and some syrup.
Now, we’re off to Park City to celebrate Nick’s birthday! His birthday is in August, but one of his presents from me was a weekend away at Park City. I can’t wait to tell you guys about the hotel we’re staying it! See you soon
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