We added food coloring to our Bisquick pancake mix (Note: we didn’t have orange, so we went with yellow instead)
Then when there was just a little pancake mix left, I added green food coloring for the stems, and used a spoon to drop “leaves” on the skillet.
We cut a piece o f toast into small rectangles to use as stems, and of course, chocolate chips (FREE ones from my post here) for eyes and mouth.I love celebrating the seasons with fun little food activities like this, and it made for a really fun family breakfast together!
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