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Friday, June 28, 2013

Pancake for Breakfast by our Little Chef

Ms. Burrito is turning 8 years old in few more days, oh how time flies.  Sometimes I feel like my daughter  is  18 years old  living in a kid's body.  She is so mature, very independent, and when she talks, she talks like an adult (in a good way).  
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Anyhow, we bought a box of  pancake mix and she  wanted to do it herself.   I find it odd that this particular pancake mix isn't in a plastic bag before they put it in the box.  Most packaging uses   plastic before they put it in the box.  

She is so proud that she can  prepare  pancake without my help.  That's one other thing that she can make for breakfast.

Mr. Burrito is very appreciative of the   special pancake that  big sissy made.

For the last  pour, she put  a green food coloring to it.

She's been busy teaching her brother  some Math problem.  She also teaches me some piano lessons and I tell you, she is one strict teacher lol.

21 sumptuous burps..:

Adin B said...

That is so sweet of her mommy. You have two adorable and well-behaved kids. :) You guys did good raising them. And she did good making pancakes. :) Keep it up!

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

They look very tasty. Have a good day, Diane

Jessica Cassidy said...

Awww! She is not only gorgeous but can cook too :-) and talented too :-) You are one lucky Mommy Sis
:-) I bet the little brother appreciates his Ate's cook :-)

papaleng said...

So sweet naman your kids. Honestly, thrice pa lang ata akong nakatikim ng pancake all my life. That only proved na caveman ako. LOL

MikiHope said...

Pancakes are sooo good!! I am happy for your daughter that she can now prepare them herself-and you can tell her bother is VERY happy!!

Algene said...

The ate is so sweet for helping her brother with the assignments. You've raised them well, ate :)

Hobbies on a Budget said...

Love your pictures of the kids enjoying breakfast! HAving kids in the kitchen is so much fun.

Melinda Dunne said...

It is so wonderful that she is so interested in cooking already. She is going to become a very independent self sufficient woman one day.

Jennifer Williams said...

What a great thing that she is already learning to cook. She makes better looking pancakes than I do I think. I like you have not seen pancake mix not in a bag though.

Corinne Schmitt said...

That is wonderful that she is learning to cook already and that she cooks for her brother! I agree that it is strange that the mix wasn't in a bag within the box.

Bless said...

So sweet of her to help you out already in the kitchen. My eldest is so eager but she can't reach the sink nor the stove yet :-)

jheylo said...

Good job pretty girl :D you sure loves to cook huh? Mami Rose ang ganda ng mata ng boy mo.

jheylo said...

We love Aunt Jamima brand they're good. Since it takes effort to prepare it we opted to ready made pancakes it's a lot easier than the mix.

Marriage and Beyond said...

Now I want to make pancakes for merienda! :)

Jade @ DivaFabulosa.com said...

Ohh that's really neat! She's growing into a nice dependent young lady!

Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen said...

Good Job, little girl!I don't think there's an Aunt Jamima

Mary Anne Vinzon said...

Your daughter is really a talented girl. She knows many skills just like cooking. I think she will be a good chef someday. Keep it up Ms. Burrito.

Jessica Cassidy said...

Tita Jess wants to have a piece of that delish pancake you cook pretty girl :-) You did an awesome job :-)

April M. said...

such a good little lady.:) I wish my baby girl will grow into a pretty, good little lady just like her.

Glen Laxamana said...

wow.. it looks so yummy,, I love to see your daughter cooking.. so sweet child..

Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen said...

Back here again, mommy Rose. This time, i think I'll also teach Ykaie how to make pancakes.

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