DomestiKatedLife

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New Year’s Brunch Mini-Pancakes.

There are few things I adore more than styling up a pretty table for a gathering — so I jumped at the chance to borrow vintage jadeite and milk glass pieces from the new Pop and Circumstance rentals collection and pull together a festive New Year’s Brunch. Jadeite was probably one of the first vintage items that I started to collect when tagging along with my mom and aunt to estate sales and flea markets. I’m drawn to the rich cool colors and all of the variety in how the material was used for kitchenwares. This collection has grown to include quite the comparable set of milk glass as well, and Becky — the owner of Pop and Circumstance— and I have bonded over our mutual love for the pieces. I used a few pieces from my collection as inspiration and Becky filled in the rest with vintage linen napkins, milk glass tumblers that were used to hold flatware, and even a nesting set of jadeite bowls for me to mix up my mini-pancakes in. These tiny pancakes were the focal point of the brunch — mini-stacks topped with berries make for an easy grab off the buffet table when guests are mingling (and isn’t everything cuter when we make it bite-sized?).

Pancake Stacker 1 Pancake Stacker 2 Pancake Stacker 3Pancake Stacker 4 Pancake Stacker 6 Pancake Stacker 7 Pancake Stacker 8 Pancake Stacker 9

5 responses to “New Year’s Brunch Mini-Pancakes.

  1. rhiannon {paperclips and peonies} January 7, 2015 at 8:15 am

    What a smart and creative idea! Will definitely try these at my next brunch party!

  2. Nicola January 7, 2015 at 10:15 am

    This is probably SUCH a silly question but what’s the best way to keep pancakes warm while you are making them all?!

  3. Alison Jeanine January 7, 2015 at 2:48 pm

    So adorable – and love that they are so stackable! Perfect for a party! 🙂 Xo, Alison

    http://www.simplyfairbyalisonjeanine.com

  4. domestikatedlife January 15, 2015 at 8:48 am

    Nicola – i stack them up on an oven safe plate and keep them in the oven at 200 degrees.

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