Titus 2:3 The aged women likewise, that they be in behaviour as becometh holiness, not false accusers, not given to much wine, teachers of good things; that they may teach the younger women to be sober, to love their husbands, to love their children, to be discreet, chaste, keepers at home, good, obedient to their own husbands, that the Word of God be not blasphemed.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

A Moment in MOM's Kitchen- Good Morning Pancakes

My children are not crazy about whole wheat pancakes but I do try to sneak in a cup or two of whole wheat into this recipe and it doesn't seem to be a problem. Eating healthy is really a transformation of the taste buds isn't it? I have found that making 'baby steps' in this journey is the most successful for our family!


Good Morning Pancakes!
9 Cups of flour
1/2 Cup of Sugar
1/3 Cup of Baking Powder
4 tsp. Salt
6 Farm fresh eggs
6 cups of raw farm milk

Mix dry ingredients first then add the eggs and milk. These make nice, thick pancakes and freeze nicely. We add a Tbs of coconut oil to the recipe when making waffles. We also enjoy mixing 1-2 cups of fruit we may have on hand into the recipe. We gently stir the fruit in at the end of the recipe  making process right before we begin cooking. Peaches, blueberries, strawberries and raisins are some of our favorites!

*NOTE: The photo shared is from a Google free search not the actual photo of the pancakes we bake.

Have a beautiful day in your homes ladies,
Mrs. Joseph Wood


  1. I thing it's great that you're getting a little bit of whole wheat in there! If your kids really don't like the nutty whole wheat, then I suggest you try doctor grandmas pancake and waffle mix. Not only is it made with whole wheat, but no added sugar since it's made with zero cal fruit extracts. Seriously, Jeanette, healthy food is possible, not just with the mix that I suggested, although it's a good option, at least for healthy eaters, diabetics and dieters. Welp...thanks for the great post and have a GREAT day!

  2. Your comment made me smile to where Joe, who was sitting next to me, said, "what are you smiling about sunshine?" I told him that women who can prepare healthy meals are an inspiration to me! We do make all our own bread, butter, cheese, and eat the animals we raise on pasture. It is just the pancakes, cookies, and desserts that keep my family asking for white flour... I continue striving to make treats and meals they enjoy and that nourish their bodies!

    Thank you for taking time to share. If you ever feel led to come into my home for a week (okay, I know I'm dreaming!) and teach me how to prepare healthy meals for my crew... the door is open and the apron is waiting! :-) I already have mine on! :-)
    With much love,
    Mrs. Joseph Wood