lovecakes + a contest

Love is truly all around us, sometimes you just need to look a little harder to find it. In the dreary winter months, it’s easy to block out the world, sit on your couch and cover up so much when you go outside, that you don’t notice the little moments of love happening around you. A baby smiling at a dog, two friends - old men - playing cards on a bench, the waitress who calls you honey.
"We come from Love, we are sustained in Love, and 
to Love we shall return."
-Christian saying 
Whole Wheat Lovecakes
1 cup whole wheat flour (or regular)
1 tsp baking powder
1tsp sugar (optional)
pinch salt
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1 egg
1 1/2 cups milk
1 tablespoon melted butter
Mix the dry ingredients together, and separately, mix the egg, milk and butter. Add the wet to the dry ingredients and mix until just combined. Heat a skillet over medium heat, and add a touch of butter. When it sizzles, position your heart mold in the skillet. Pour a tablespoon of batter inside (or more, depending on how large your heart is). When the batter starts to set and create little bubbles, gently lift the mold, it should slide right off leaving your heart intact, so you can flip it to the other side. Alternatively, you can use a spatula to flip the heart right over onto the other side to cook, then when the pancake is set the mold will slide right off.
What recipe represents love to you? What are you going to make for Valentine’s day?

The sweet folks at Cookwizme are giving away a $50, $30 or $15 Amazon gift card to the best Valentine’s recipes submitted to their site. Just submit your lovely recipe and photos here! And while you’re at it you can check out all the great recipes on their site. Visit them on Facebook or Twitter too, for more rules and updates about the contest. They’ll be picking winners on February 20th! 

And in the meantime, keep on the lookout for all that love. It just might be staring at you from your breakfast plate. :) 


10 comments:

  1. meghan silva2/11/2013

    beautiful post, I have to try these soon!


    xo Meg


    http://meghansilva.blogspot.com

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  2. Bonnie Rose2/11/2013

    Those look so yummy! What kind of mold did you use? Do metal cookie cutters work?

    xx

    Bonnie Rose

    The Compass Rose

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  3. marissa @ the boot2/11/2013

    yes bonnie that's exactly what i used! i guess i have italian on the brain because i couldn't think of "cookie cutter"! haha!

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  4. marissa @ the boot2/11/2013

    thank you so much meghan! :)

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  5. Diana Mieczan2/11/2013

    They look scrumptious, darling. Have a cozy day, xoxo

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  6. What adorable little lovecakes!

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  7. they were diana! :) thanks so much! stay warm!

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  8. thanks laura! they did turn out cuter than i expected! haha!

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  9. Those look so yummie!! I am totally going to make them. Thanks for posting this.

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  10. yay! they were delicious, and so fun to make! thanks a million!

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thank you so much for your thoughtful comments, i love reading them so much!

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