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Tickled Pink......

There is a heck of a lot of red in these Valentine's Eve pictures. The pictures were taken by my youngest son. He also made the pancakes and put them on the red plate and the red placemat. Since there is so much red, it is hard to tell, but the pancakes are actually pink...with chocolate chips.
That's right. Luke put food coloring in the pancake mix and made pink and chocolate pancakes for Hubby and me...as his Valentine's present.

He topped them off with a squirt of chocolate syrup, regular syrup and some whipped cream. Mmmmmm.Mmmmmm.

By the way...My youngest son is 21. Goes to college full time. Holds down a full time job. Makes good grades. Is tall (6'4) dark (brown hair and brown eyes) and handsome (of course a mama that has just eaten pink pancakes is gonna say that!)........And he is single...And a darn good cook!


  1. That's so sweet of you! THat Valentine-y pink pancake is a great idea :)

    Btw, I'm your 88th follower and I hope you'll follow back for more mutual blog visits. Thanks.

  2. Anonymous2/14/2011

    Aw, Lori. Your kids are so sweet! You did a great job with them.
    You made it easy for them to honor their mother and father.
    Pink Pancakes. Perfect!


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