My Friendship Day was actually Raviv’s as well, because Yaya Isay made playdate plans with Dr. Nini Lumanta, the mom of Uno (Raviv’s friend whom he and Yaya Isay met at UPLB Freedom Park). Since it was Yaya Isay who communicated with Dr. Lumanta, I forgot about the playdate and was not able to prepare their snacks! When Uno came I panicked and quickly scanned what we have in our cupboards and ref. And then I chanced upon a pancake mix and then CHING!!!! Eureka–I decided to make hotdog pops. It’s very easy and your kids (and even you yourself) are definitely going to love it.
But wait, before I give you the instructions, let me drama first…omigosh, this is my first mala-Bree Van de Kamp post!!! I’m like, a real wife and mom na talaga!!! Homemaker ang peg!!! Hahaha!
OK, drama finished. 🙂 Here goes.
Pancake Mix, Eggs, Hotdog balls or hotdogs cut into small pieces, preferable with a round shape, and unused oil for frying
HOW TO COOK:
1. Fry the hotdogs first. Pancakes cook very quickly, and if you don’t fry the hotdogs beforehand you’ll end up with raw hotdogs and overcooked pancake coating.
2. Follow the instructions of how much water and how many eggs to use in your pancake mix.
3. Using a stick or toothpick, dip the cooked hotdog balls into the pancake mix to coat the hotdog.
4. Dip the coated hotdog into hot oil. It’s better if you deep fry it into super hot oil so it will cook quickly and only a little oil will be absorbed by the ball.
Tip: To make the coating thicker, you may dip the hotdog ball again into the pancake mix after frying. You may repeat the process if you want a thicker pancake coat–mala-waffle.
And voila, you already have yummy hotdog pops which is guaranteed to be a hit among kids! Raviv and even Uno, who is described by his parents as a picky eater, loved my hotdog pops! Raviv loved it so much that the following day, I made hotdog pops to be Raviv’s baon. And guess what–ubos uli! 🙂
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