Rainbow Pancake Breakfast

For my daughter’s pancake breakfast, we made up a ton of pancakes before the part started, kept them warm in the oven, then when it was time to eat, the kids could top their pancakes with any of the fun toppings we provided.

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For my daughter’s pancake breakfast, we made up a ton of pancakes before the part started, kept them warm in the oven, then when it was time to eat, the kids could top their pancakes with any of the fun toppings we provided. I had maple syrup, strawberry syrup, whipped cream, butter, mini chocolate chips, marshmallows, blueberries, strawberries, coconut, bananas, sprinkles and cherries. It was fun to see what each child chose, and they were all very creative! I bought cheap condiment bottles for the syrup, and used rainbow scrapbook paper to decorate and label the bottles. I also used rainbow bowls that I already had, from Ikea, to serve the toppings.

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To go along with the rainbow theme, I cut up fruit and arranged it to look like a rainbow. I used watermelon, canteloupe, pineapple, honeydew, blueberries and grapes.

I also served turkey sausage, orange juice and milk..