2012-09-13

I heart you morning and night

Most girls find heart shape sweet and cute. That's why heart shape cookies, heart shape jellies, heart shape cakes, and everything in heart shape is popular especially on Valentine's Day.

I have 2 heart shape cutters. One is big and one is small, and I am looking for 1 medium size cutter now. 
Last Saturday morning, I made toast bread with sunny side egg in the small heart shape, which I cut at the middle of the bread. The big heart cutter is too big for the sandwich bread.
Toast breads at both sides, that had spread with planta in HCP.  Break eggs on top of the heart shape. Cover the hcp and let egg slowly cook in low fire.
The egg white was overflowing out due to the small heart shape that I used. I had also slightly burned the bottom part of the bread. All blame to my bad multitasking skills. I was juggling between toasting the breads and kay poh chee at the whatsapp. tsk...tsk..
Last Tuesday evening, I was too tired and lazy to bake, but I knew my girls looking forwards to bedtime snack after their tuition. The simplest thing that I could whip up was pancake.
This time I used the bigger heart shape cutter. I mixed 2 cups of flour, 1 cup of sugar, 1 egg and 1 cup of milk to make 7 pieces of heart shape pancakes. April took 3 pieces and May 2 pieces as their supper that night. Left 2 pieces, both brought 1 piece of pancake to school on the next morning. Happy mummy looking at empty plate.

My next attempt is to make heart shape omelet.

54 comments:

  1. Very nice pancakes!
    Looking forward to read bout your heart shape omelet~

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  2. Very nice and made with lots of love, the food sure comes out doubly yummeh...

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  3. nice pancakes.. make with so much love and effort!!

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  4. Your daughters will love and cherish all your kindness forever!!! Your idea may look easy but it is very INNOVATIVE & GOOD! I could never think so smart like you. Clap! Clap!

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  5. Would be nice to have those to cut my pancakes... Watch out for my blogpost, coming soon, and you will understand why I would need them. LOL!!!

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  6. I love you Yan! Very nice pancake. I also can feel the love you gave your girls.

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  7. Wah! You did your own pancakes. Normally, I'm so lazy, I just buy the instant ready mixed ones.

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  8. Your morning is filled with LOVE!

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  9. So nice.
    Cute and made with love. :)

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  10. those in the background... The girls full moon photo?:)

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    1. Yannie, why do you put lil May's photo in the blue frame? That'll make her looks like a boy~

      Btw, April and May have different look when they were babies :)

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  11. awww heart shape pancake yum!

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  12. eh where you find the steel mould ? My friend kept looking for it . But all she found are those plastic one. Takut lastic put on the pan and masak is toxin

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    1. Meow,
      Daiso ada.

      The plastic one also got and seems can withstand high heat too.

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  13. Yannie, I want heart shape omelet too. Both gals look so cute when they were baby...chubby lor.

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  14. sooo cute...nice presentation dear..
    Tasty Appetite

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  15. hehehehe, so cute lah the heart shaped cutter.. but too bad, they only have S and L but no M?? hmmm, must go and hunt for it lah..

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    1. yalor, no M size cutter for the bread, the S too small for the egg already.. the egg overflown and cannot see a nice heart shape on the bread lah..

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    2. Yalor, I also cannot see the heart-shaped egg in the middle of the toast.

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  16. the pancake looks good leh.. and somemore in heart shape!! sure the two princesses like that a lot.. girls mah, sure like heart shape things one..

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    1. and you are now using different background for different photo shots woh, hehehehehehe!! so you put two photos of the princesses when they were still baby at the background??

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  17. yeah, heart shaped omelette!! that is nice.. maybe can you do an all-heart meal lah, everything in heart shape, hahaha!! that would be interesting leh..

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    1. heart shape steak, heart shape egg, heart shape rice, heart shape vege.. not bad huh?? but i think leave this for valentine's day or your wedding anniversary lah~~ :D

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  18. The heart shape pancake is so nice. It's a dedication of a mummy's love to her daughter. I start to love your blog...it was filled with love. :)

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  19. For the pancakes, you placed the cutter in the pan and poured the batter into it? Didn't the batter "leaked" from below?

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    1. I bet if I made this heart-shaped pancakes, my girl will also sapu clean her plate :)

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  20. I wanted to try out the egg + bread this coming weekend :D

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  21. The HCP is really good investment. You are using it a lot. Everything you made always look sedap. The heartshaped pancakes were lovely.

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  22. you make eating fun!!!
    my sister takes pictures of hearts found in nature...pretty amazing to see how many hearts there are that we never notice.
    happy weekend!

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  23. The heart shape pancakes look very nice, full with love too. Ya sometime if I lazy to cook lunch for the kids on weekend, I'll made some sandwiches. Simple, easy and healthy.

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  24. I used to have the sandwiches cut into heart shape with the mould. The heart shape sandwiches are for my girls and I eat the extra or the waste I would say..haha.no wastage

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  25. Oh, Hearty breakfast. So sweet.

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  26. So nice! I must go and dig out my big and small heart-shaped cookie cutters and start making these too :)

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  27. so much love here and there and your pancakes look very good!maybe you can try to fold your bread first and then use a scissors to cut a half heart shape first but make sure your bread is soft lor. you know, like how we cut out a heart shape from a paper :)

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  28. nice heart shaped toast bread, seeing your HCP, i just remember i have one but almost forgotten to use it, hehehe.

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  29. the egg on toast makes me drooling :)
    and the pancakes..i never see any kid say no to pancake :)

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  30. So much LOVE there! I love heart shape too..

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  31. This's sure yummier than any other pancake.

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  32. there are so much of loves..
    I am sure that all your kids will feel all the mummy love..

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  33. i want to get the mold too..
    soon fui fui bd is coming .. kekekeke..
    so will get some love heart shape food for her.. :)

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  34. oh they are lovely. i love all kinds of heart shapes too :P

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  35. Your pancakes look so nice! Your girls can really eat a lot but they are still very slim eh? Do they still drink milk ?

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  36. We have one. But of plastic to shape cookies.

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  37. Hi Yan, wow! Can I have 4 pieces of your delicious omelet.
    Love the way you made them.....my kind of breakfast.....with iced coffee.
    Have fun,
    Lee.

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  38. Hi Yan,

    Love the breakkie you made... They are made with so much love and such thought came straight from your heart.

    Zoe

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  39. Aww... so sweet, Yan! So much "sum see" you have. Thank you for stopping by.

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  40. Hi Yan, your breakfast look so delicious, very well done.
    Love the heart shape pancake, lovely!

    Have a nice week ahead.

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  41. Yummy whether they are heart-shaped or not. :p I guess with mold it would make your attempt easier.

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  42. wah...that egg on top of the toast look so yummy delicious!

    Yes...when the kids enjoyed what the mummy cooked, it was the best gift !

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