There are things in life you think will never let you down and when they do, it’s so much more disappointing. Unfortunately, this is me with any sort of technology 99% of the time. You get something brand new and shiny and think “We’ll be BFFs until I’m sick of you and choose to replace you”, but they always turn on me first. I’ve especially had terrible luck with phones – I drop them, kitties chew on them, I accidentally set them in a glass of wine. Happens. Right? But I was determined to never let it happen to me again and have kept my phone in pristine, beautiful condition.
Until today. Out of no where, my precious baby decided to go the way of a brick and just turned off, full battery and everything, never to turn on again. I’m six months away from my contract being up, so I spent many, many hours in the Verizon store. If anything, I had something in my life I could truly, really rely on to turn to in these dark times. Enter: Pancakes.
Pancakes are always amazing, always trustworthy, and always adaptable to any situation. My local grocery store had raspberries on ridiculous sale, so I may have bought like 10 quarts. Okay. I did buy 10 quarts. My trusty chia seed pancakes were there for me in my time of need, and I know they’ll be there in the future. The base recipe I used here is my overall 2nd most popular recipe (#1 is my cheesecake rangoons) and I’m constantly hearing how much people love them. No surprise, I love them too and they’re Josh’s favorite ever.
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