Apple PancakesBy Ginny's TeamIt just so happens that two special events collide - Johnny Appleseed Day and National Pancake day. On September 26th, every year we celebrate the two. On this very day, in 1774, John Chapman (known as Johnny Appleseed) was born in Massachusetts. He is celebrated throughout much of the Midwest for planting apple trees across the area. THANK YOU JOHNNY! What better way to celebrate this special collision of "holidays" than with Apple Pancakes? Apple Pancakes are fluffy and sweet with a touch of cinnamon - ideal for a chilly Sunday morning in the fall. And who doesn't love their home smelling like spicy apples all day?Blueberry PancakesBy Ginny's TeamWhen you have a little extra time on a weekend morning, pull out your fluffy slippers and treat your family with blueberry pancakes! Pancakes are a go-to favorite breakfast meal. We love adding in blueberries for a delicious and healthy one-two punch; did you know that blueberries are full of antioxidants, which are great for heart health? For truly excellent blueberry pancakes, let the batter sit and rest for a while to allow the gluten you've created through mixing to relax. And when it comes time to pour the batter on the griddle, try to enlist some little helpers! Kids love trying to make the perfect circle, though they may need a little help when it comes to flipping.Waffle Breakfast SandwichBy Ginny's TeamCombine all your favorite breakfast foods in one meal with a waffle breakfast sandwich! Waffles, eggs, cheese, and bacon make a surprisingly delicious combination when melted together under a broiler. The eggs, cheese, and bacon add a savory goodness, while the waffles and syrup round off the flavor with sweetness. A waffle breakfast sandwich is a great brunch choice for a lazy Saturday morning, so gather up the essentials and let's get cooking! Waffle Breakfast Sandwich recipe upgrade tip: For a creamy surprise, fry the eggs over-easy or sunny side up!Runaway Easter Bunny PancakesBy Ginny's TeamThere’s no better way to celebrate spring than with Easter bunny pancakes. Kids and adults alike will love this adorable breakfast. With a tail made of whipped cream and coconut and feet made of banana and chocolate chips, Easter bunny pancakes taste as good as they look! Feel free to use homemade or store-bought pancake mix depending on how much time you have in the morning.Slow Cooker French Toast BakeBy Ginny's TeamHere at Ginny's, we love the ease of slow cooker meals, and this slow cooker French toast bake is no exception! This hands-off recipe delivers on delicious flavor and is great at feeding a crowd. We recommend slow cooker French toast bake as the perfect Christmas morning brunch; cook the bread in the slow cooker while everyone opens presents and takes pictures, and then simply take it out of the slow cooker once everyone is ready to chow down!Pumpkin PancakesBy Ginny's TeamUpgrade your fall breakfast with the best homemade pumpkin pancake recipe we could find. With only ten ingredients and a whole lot of pumpkin, these homemade pumpkin pancakes are the perfect way to ring in the autumn season. Pancakes can be made in a pan on the stove, but we recommend using a nonstick griddle that makes it easier to cook more pancakes at once.