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Pancakes Breakfast At Cracker Barrel

THE NEXT MORNING THE FIVE OF US SET OUT TO A LONG DRIVE... A very long drive, that is FIVE HOURS to one of the world wonders, The Grand Canyon.  Yes, a very long drive indeed and it is only a day trip.  It is my second time there and I am looking forward to walking along the trail along the mountains.  What I dread is the five hours journey to and five hours journey back to where we belong.  Oh my gosh... we passengers felt the fatigue of just sitting in the vehicle, sleeping every now and then and taking turns to talk to the driver just in case our "snores" encouraged him to nap as well...LOL..  

Whatever he needs to eat, wherever he wants to stop, we are All for it!

So... that was exactly what we did after an hour long drive... we stopped at a very place to have hot, fresh pancakes for breakfast!  The place is called Cracker Barrel, upon entering, there are some beautiful stuff for sale, my sister bought a few items and I was also attracted to buying some accessories as well.  But I restrained myself... my two suitcase are really "pregnant" at the moment... I got to watch what I buy from today onwards!
Preparing to go for an adventure.....
Along the way... beautiful lake we passed by....
And soon...here we are..... 
At Cracker Barrel....
For our breakfast....
The menu....
All freshly made from the kitchen...
My blueberries pancake... it came with a bottle of fresh blueberry syrup too... $8
Plain pancakes go with maple syrup...
Plus these and two pieces of toast.... $8-9 set....
No, I couldn't finish these three pieces...
Someone got to share with me.. for sure...
And after our tummies were filled...
We did a "jingle dance" before we proceeded on our way...
Grand Canyon...


Comments

  1. Have not made any pancakes for a long long time, not since my girl is off anything with gluten. Yet to try making some with coconut flour. I'm so so lazy.

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  2. Could not wait to read your next post on Grand Canyon. My dream to visit it one day.

    Freshly made pancakes. That was lovely. 3 pancakes look a lot for me. Usually I can finish 2 but not 3. Usually butter and maple syrup for me but I dont mind blueberries pancake. Tastier and sweeter.

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  3. That is a long time to sit in the car, ten hours altogether!! I am looking forward to seeing the Grand Canyon! We have a Cracker Barrel here! They all look the same. I love their gift shop, it is fun to shop while waiting for a table. And their pancakes are my favorite.

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  4. what lau eh,,,,my tummy making noise jor.

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  5. Is that whipped cream or ice cream on top of those pancakes? Looks delicious! Did you go to the glass skywalk in the grand canyon?

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  6. The foods, making me think of tea break later, hehe...

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  7. still can ber-posing for photos after eating full full! I tink I gonna doze off after a heavy meal...

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  8. The pancakes look wonderful! I really wonder how you stay so slim. If I followed you on this trip, I would be the size of two barrels >.<

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  9. I love the eggs and the pancakes with maple syrup

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  10. I eat a bit of this and that... love to try anything on the table!

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