Monday, August 20, 2012

Curious George & The Man in the Yellow Hat Breakfast!


My youngest little boy turned 2 yesterday. He is obsessed with Curious George so we wanted to dedicate this whole week to posting fun Curious George food just for him!  We will end our week with sharing his Curious George birthday party! If your little one is also a Curious George fan make sure to check back with us every day for some fun food George ideas!

We will start off our Curious George week with this fun George & The Man in the Yellow Hat Pancake Breakfast!

Curious George Pancakes...

Pancake Mix
1 Large Marshmallow
2 Chocolate Chips
A Hand Full of Mini Chocolate Chips

Pour your pancake mix into a large circle shape in a pan on low heat....set aside.  Make a moon shaped pancake about the same size, but make it darker.  Cut around the edges with kitchen scissors to shape his face and hair.  Cut out the ears and nose from the scraps.  Cut the large marshmallow in half for the eyes.  Use regular chocolate chips for the pupils. Use mini chocolate chips to make the mouth and line above the eyes.  That's it!


The Man in the Yellow Hat Pancake Breakfast...

Pancake Mix
2 Eggs
Dark Grapes
Mini Chocolate Chips
1 Mini Marshmallow

Shape a round large pancake in a pan on low heat.  Cut the edges with kitchen scissors to shape Ted's face.  Cut out his nose and ears from the scraps.  Cut a mini marshmallow in half for the eyes.  Use mini chocolate chips for the pupils, mouth, and eye brows.  Scramble 2 eggs and place on the plate for the hat.  Cut dark grapes in half to make the hair and hat band.  

 

Your little Curious George fans will LOVE this breakfast...my little fanatic Curious George fan thought this was the best breakfast ever!

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7 comments:

  1. How cool is that! My daughter would love this-and maybe then she would actually eat some of her food. Thanks for all of your creative ideas!

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  2. Sooo cute!! My son loves George too. You did a great Job! :)

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  3. So adorable! what a creative idea

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  4. Omg this is toooooo cute! My kids would freak! And might actually eat it!

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  5. Best... Mom... Ever.

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  6. Adorable! I am always amazed at your skills! my kids would go crazy for this, Curious George books are still some of my faves too!
    Stacia@http://www.feathersandsunshine.blogspot.com

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  7. Awesome. You truly are an artist with food. Thanks so much for linking up to Tasty Thursdays on The Mandatory Mooch. I hope you will link up again. The party will be live tonight. www.mandatorymooch.blogspot.com

    Thanks, Nichi

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