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With Father’s Day this weekend we’ve got a few fun plans up ourselves to make sure my husband, Mark feels loved on his special day. Having the kids make cards is always a go-to as well as planning a delicious breakfast.
If you’re planning a Father’s Day Brunch for you special guy, you can get the kids in on the action with this simple Popover recipe. With just a few ingredients and simple instructions this recipe is easy enough for my eight year-old to do on her own.
While simple in its ingredients, popovers have a distinct and delicious texture when they “pop over” the edges of the pan creating and airy pocket on the inside. The key to this fluffy texture is the Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs, which also give it a delicious egg-y flavor.
There’s no added sugar, but these bake-up with a subtle sweetness and are a perfect pairing to any sweet or savory brunch dish. We love to top them with jelly or serve with an over-easy Pete and Gerry’s organic egg! With Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs in the mix you know that you’re upping the protein and nutrient content compared to your average muffin.
Here’s a popover recipe that will have even the smallest hands at the table reaching for more. Click HERE to head to Pete and Gerry’s for the complete recipe.
What special traditions do you plan for Father’s Day? Have you made popovers before?
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