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Flapjacks Forever

Who doesn’t love pancakes.  But did you know they can be made in advance and frozen?  They’ll keep perfectly fine for a month or two.  Once defrosted they easily re-heat in the oven, hold well and can be endlessly customized.  Or make them on-site with the use of multiple pancake batter dispensers and a large grill.  I created this menu for a western-theme church Youth Conference dinner held at the Morrell Ranch in Gallatin Missouri.   There were approximately 230 teens and leaders in attendance.  This is another fantastic menu if you’re new to cooking for a crowd.  With the right equipment it’s a very easy meal to prepare and serve.  All recipes can be assigned out to volunteers to make in advance.  Go for it!

Your Menu

Click on each item below to link to the recipe and everything you need to turn out a fabulous meal.  See below for your Game Plan – it will help you make sure everything goes smoothly.

Pancakes *

Sausage Patties

Scrambled Eggs *

Nutri Grain Cereal Bars

Orange Drink, Milk

Your Game Plan

Simply assign a recipe or activity in each column to your volunteers and provide them a link to this page.  I generally get 4-5 volunteers for each recipe and have each volunteer make 1 or 2 batches.  Many hands make light work.  You’ll notice there’s nothing planned for the last hour before serving except setting out the ice.  There’s a reason for that.  Always work in advance.


 PancakesSausage PattiesScrambled EggsNutri Grain Cereal BarsOrange Drink, MilkServing Line
Assigned to:

Up to 1 Month
in Advance
Can be made up to 1 month in advance, wrapped well and frozen.
Up to 1 Week in Advance
Up to 2 Days in Advance
Up to 1 Day Before
4 - 6 Hours
Before Serving
2 Hours Before ServingCook sausage patties, hold in a 200 degree oven or on low in a slow cooker.Set out on buffet lineSet up serving line with utensils for each side and BBQ sauce for pulled pork
1 Hour Before ServingNo need to thaw. Just bake at 350, in foil packets, until pancakes are soft and warm. Then hold, in foil packets, in a 200 degree oven till serving time.Set our on serving line.
15 Minutes BeforeSet out food on serving line.

Your Recipes



Sausage Patties


Scrambled Eggs


Nutri Grain Cereal Bars


Orange Drink, Milk


Aloha Dreams

Welcome to Aloha Dreams!

I'm so glad you dropped by.  I'm Betsy.  Here you'll find my favorite fabulous, trusted recipes - everything from delicious, quick meals for your family to wonderful classics made easy.

I'm also here to help you with large group recipes from 20 to 200.  So next opportunity you get to cook for a large group - Say 'Yes!'  Then relax. I've got your back.

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