Contributed by: NAPSA
Hotcakes At Home: Build A Better Hotcake (With The Kids) (NAPSA) - Hotcakes are a favorite comfort food. Satisfying and easy to make, they're perfect for any meal. And children can help, creating an opportunity for family bonding.
Murphy's hints for making your hotcakes taste as good as the professionals' are:
Here's how Murphy makes his favorite hotcakes:
Vanilla cream cheese mixture: combine vanilla pudding and room temperature cream cheese. Mix until well blended. Refrigerate immediately and store up to five days.
Pour batter for hotcakes on a 350 F. griddle. Dispense half of the pecans and banana slices onto each hotcake immediately. Grill until bubbles form and each hotcake is dry on the edges. Flip and grill until golden brown.
Place first hotcake upside down on a plate. Place 4 tbsp. of vanilla cream cheese mixture on the upside down hotcake. Then place the second hotcake upside down on top of the cream cheese mixture. Top hotcakes with caramel sauce. Sprinkle with powdered sugar. Garnish with whipped topping.
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