June 15, 2012

Orange Juice Pancakes

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Florida Orange Juice for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Remember I posted a week or two ago about Florida Orange Juice and I said I'd check back with you - - well, here I am!  I really love drinking OJ - its yummy and make me feel healthy and well-balanced.

I said I was going to make pancakes with Orange Juice as suggested - - wowza!!  Best. Pancakes. EVER!!

And they're so simple - - just pancake mix, the eggs it calls for, and then instead of the milk or water it calls for, substitute Orange Juice.  I normally do homemade (no mix) pancakes but I used a mix for these and they were AMAZING.  I don't know if it's cause I haven't had pancakes in a while or what, but this will be my new go-to.

I think pancakes are a great thing to have kids make to get them involved and doing something.  Just add ingredients and mix - something they can do.

They turned out so fluffly and perfect - - thank you OJ!

And the kids raved about them - - "wow, these are really good!!"

So, speaking of Orange Juice, DID YOU KNOW (I love random facts):

   One 8‐ounce serving of 100 percent orange juice is a good source of potassium and folate and an excellent source of vitamin C.

·       One serving of 100 percent orange juice is more nutrient dense than many commonly-consumed 100 percent fruit juices.[1]

·       A key recommendation of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans is to increase fruit intake.
o      One 8-ounce glass of 100 percent orange juice provides half of the USDA-recommended daily fruit intake for most adults, based on a 2,000-calorie diet,

And let's talk nutrition tips again, cause in the last post that's where I got the brilliant idea to put OJ in pancakes...

--Think you don’t have time for a complete breakfast? Blend your favorite fruit with 100 percent Florida orange juice and low-fat yogurt for a convenient, on-the-go smoothie.

--Plan ahead and take a cooler with portable, smart snacks that fit your on-the-go lifestyle like nuts, hummus with veggies, granola bars and 8-ounce cartons of 100 percent orange juice that will help give you the energy and nutrients you need to get through your travel day.

--Choose leaner cuts of beef, pork, and poultry to grill and pair your protein with other nutrient-rich foods, such as high-fiber fruit, vegetables, whole grains and healthy fats. Add 100 percent Florida orange juice to marinades for poultry and pork for a refreshing citrus zing and pour a glass of 100 percent orange juice to accompany your meal. (hmm, a marinade of OJ - I think I want to try that!)

To keep up on the OJ info be sure to follow:

--Florida Orange Juice on Facebook, --Florida Orange Juice on Pinterest

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Mandy is a craft blogger who loves to blog and enjoys all things crafty, sewing, and DIY - she feels that if she can do something, you can too, and provides tutorials to help you along the way. She loves being a mom to 4 awesome kiddos and blogs from the Kansas City Area. Follow her on Facebook or Twitter or Google +

2 Fabulous Comments:

What?!? Orange juice?! Must try this!

Totally trying this on the weekend! Thanks for the idea!

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