12 Crafty Days of Chrstmas {Day 11}: Snowman Pancakes

Welcome to {Day 11} of the 12 Crafty Days of Christmas here at Happily Mother After!

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If you missed any of the previous crafts, you can catch up with the rest of us 
by taking a look {over here}.

Today's guest blogger loves to throw together chic and cute parties for her Littles, and that is what enticed me to her blog.  I love me a good kid's party!  That's why I recently created a Birthday Party Page where you can share your parties with all of us and find inspiration from the other parties linked up.  {Check it out here!}

You will find a few of Mariah's parties on HMA's Birthday Party Page but the others you can search for on Mariah's blog.  She recently put together a Gingerbread House Decorating Party and a North Pole Breakfast.  They were both just darling!  You should stop by her blog to check them out after you read what she has to share with us now...


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Hi, Happily Mother After fans!  I'm Mariah and you can find me at Giggles Galore where I share my passion for crafts, sewing and parties.   I am a busy mom to three sweet kids and at times our house can be a little chaotic, but there are always giggles galore. I believe in making the ordinary extraordinary and love celebrating the everyday moments.

I am excited to be here today sharing a fun way to celebrate with your kids this holiday season.  These snowman pancakes will transform an ordinary breakfast into an fun and memorable tradition.

My kids love eating pancakes on Saturday morning and I am always looking for fun ways to enjoy our time together in the morning when we aren't rushing around.  What better way then to create an interactive breakfast with something they love.  I started with my super yummy vanilla pancake recipe and then made snowman shapes on the griddle.





Fill a muffin tin or muffin cups with goodies the kids can use to decorate their snowman.  Our muffin tin had red hots, marshmallows, gumdrops, chocolate chips and  a fruit roll up.


Let the kids get creative and decorate their snowman.
  

 

It is a treat to have all these sweets for breakfast (we have made them with healthier options like blueberries, strawberries and bananas before) and it is funny to watch them and see how much they can pile on!
 

After everyone has enjoyed making their snowman pancakes we snuggle up on the couch and watch Frosty the Snowman in our pjs.  I love creating memories and enjoying the little moments like a simple breakfast with my family!

-Mariah

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Thank you so much for sharing this simple but adorable idea with all of us today, Mariah!  I just love that this is an easy tradition to keep throughout the years.  I have a special place in my heart for traditions!

What about you guys? What are your Christmas traditions? Do any of them involve pancakes? :)

Be sure to check back tomorrow for the last day of the 12 Crafty Days of Christmas series. 

Also, don't forget to check out the Birthday Party Page for inspiration and to link up some of your parties for all of us to drool over!  

5 comments:

  1. Thanks for including me in such a fun series!

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  2. Hi, I am your new follower via Mingle with us (Blog Hop).

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  3. Adorable! My son isn't even eating solid foods yet...I just want to make these for myself ;)

    I'm stopping by on the Mingle With Us blog hop and I'm your newest follower. I hope you'll stop by and check out my blog too!

    Jamie
    Making Mama Happy

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  4. newest follower from the hop

    keeping up with kristi

    love your little guy!

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  5. Just stopping by from Mingle with Us. So many great DIY projects here! I'm your newest follower on GFC!

    Lisa
    Criss-Cross Applesauce

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