Tuesday, February 24, 2009

It's National Pancake Week! Celebrate Heritage and History With a Log Cabin Breakfast

/PRNewswire/ -- Log Cabin(R), a family household tradition since 1888, would like to help you celebrate National Pancake Week with delicious breakfast recipes! Log Cabin, the family favorite table syrup, was named to honor President Abraham Lincoln because Lincoln, as well as 6 other US Presidents, was born in a log cabin. From February 23 - February 28th, during National Pancake Week there's no better way to celebrate than with breakfast made with Log Cabin syrup!

"Our heritage is important to us, during National Pancake Week and all of the time," says Alli Meyer, Associate Brand Manager of Pinnacle Foods. "With a history like ours, it's no surprise that Log Cabin continues to stand for the most authentic table syrup, known for its unique maple taste."

Log Cabin can be found across the country in Log Cabin Original Flavor, Log Cabin Lite, and Log Cabin Sugar Free. Use the following Log Cabin recipe ideas for breakfast inspiration:

Apple Pecan Baked Pancake
(Serves 4)
1/2 c. favorite pancake mix
2 tbsp. butter -- (melted)
1 c. Granny Smith apple -- (peeled and sliced)
1/3 c. pecans -- (chopped)
3 c. Log Cabin syrup
1/2 tsp. cinnamon -- (ground)

Heat oven to 350 degrees. Prepare pancake mix according to package
directions; and set aside. Pour melted butter in 9" pie plate. Place
apple slices in bottom of pie plate; sprinkle cinnamon and pecans
and drizzle syrup over apples; carefully pour batter on top. Bake at
350 degrees F for 30-35 minutes or until top springs back when
touched. Loosen edges and invert onto serving plate. Cut in wedges
and serve with warm maple syrup and/or fresh apple butter. Serves 4
to 6. Good served with sausage links.

(Serves 6)
6 eggs, lightly beaten
1 cup milk
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
12 slices French bread
1 tablespoon butter or margarine
Log Cabin Syrup

In a shallow dish or plate, combine eggs, milk and vanilla. Add bread
and soak for 5 minutes, turning once to coat. Place on well greased
baking sheet and dot each slice with butter. Bake at 450 degrees F. Cut
into finger like strips and top with Log Cabin syrup. Try building your
French toast fingers into a log cabin, like the one President Lincoln
was born in!

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