Breakfast Pancakes Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle for adults and kids of pancakes for breakfast. The pancakes are topped with fresh berries and strawberry jam.

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elijah13
Jun 18, 2017
Looks good. I like crees instead of pancakes. Not as heavy!
humimalo
Nov 29, 2015
I have been doing these puzzles for a couple of years now. I love the majority of them. It has been really nice competing with "crabman".

By the way, the name of this specific puzzle is wrongly named. There are no pancakes in this picture. Those are crepes. I know it, because I'm actually from France.
LuvsWesterns
Nov 30, 2015
Glad to see that someone else recognized crepes, but I thought maybe crepes were called pancakes -- or translated into pancakes -- from another language.
humimalo
Dec 5, 2015
Well, there are many countries that uses English. In the USA, it's not the same thing & they don't taste the same either. The ingredients are also different.
KNadineM
Feb 28, 2017
Crepes are a type of pancake
humimalo
Feb 28, 2017
No they are not. They look a little similar, but crepes are much thinner & taste really different.

By the way, I grew up in France, so I know exactly what I'm talking about.

I researched the origin. Being French, I thought it came from France, but I just found out that it originated in Ancient Greece and probably was spread through the Roman empire, all over Europe.

The word "pancake" was not seen until 15th century UK. The word "crepe" was seen in France starting the 12th century.
KNadineM
Mar 1, 2017
I researched and read something different. It's not really that important.
PurplePandora
Apr 27, 2016
They look like crepes. My mother used to fill them with jelly and then roll them up. I still do that sometimes for my grandchildren and would do that for my great-grandchildren if they liven nearby. I make home made freezer strawberry jam. YUM!
KNadineM
Feb 28, 2017
Crepes are a type of pancake
jas6415
Jul 13, 2016
Love pancakes like mine with two eggs sunny side up one piece of bacon or one sausage link
JoyceRogers
Nov 29, 2015
I have a big prayer request, but I really don't know how to word it. I live in Colorado. Three years ago an insane person walked into a theater just a couple blocks away from my church where I was the secretary. He shot and killed 12 people and injured 72 others, not to mention those injured by the lose of their loved ones. (One of those killed was the best friend of my daughter-in-law's sister who lives with us.) It has affected all of us more than I can describe. Then last Friday, an insane man walked into a Planned Parenthood office in Colorado Springs (where I grew up) and had a shoot out with police, killing 1 police officer and 2 civilians, and injuring many others. The police officer that was killed was a husband, father of 2 young children, and a Pastor in his church. They haven't released the names of the other 2 killed yet. Everyone is still in shock, and of course the politicians are trying to turn it into a political situation because of the location of the event.

My prayer request is...When is this insanity going to stop?? How do we reach mentally ill people before they snap? And how do we comfort those left behind? I wish we could all go back to the 50's when life was simpler and you never heard of things like this happening, even in nightmares. I better get off my soapbox and end this now. Just please pray.
aussiesapphire
Nov 29, 2015
Yes joyce, this news reached us in Australia as well. Terrible things and I have a good friend who is an American and who believes everyone should be armed. I think the opposite way as it would just breed more insanity such as you have described. We will only have perfect peace when the Lord returns to claim His church and I believe that is not all that far away. I will pray for you and all those involved or touched by this tragedy. Take care and God bless. Hugs.
Barbaranne
Nov 29, 2015
Prayer for the mentally ill and those who care for them.
jofredericks
Nov 29, 2015
It seems you can't watch the news without hearing of another incident like this. Getting help for the mentally ill is only part of the solution. Stopping the flow of guns into our towns and cities is necessary. Background checks must be put in place. No one wants to take guns away from responsible, sane people. The issue is preventing the mentally ill and violent criminals from being able to buy them.
trynfindit
Nov 29, 2015
Joyce, We will of course pray for peace and an end to the kinds of insanity that you describe. But I'm afraid that some of the blame for these kinds of events lands squarely in the lap of politicians who don't seem inclined to provide places - like there used to be - for unbalanced people to be housed and cared for. I know politics is a subject that we stay away from here on C4J so that's all I'll say about that.
Coravee
Nov 29, 2015
I don't know. I wonder how the Lord can stand the cries that come up to Him because of the injustice and pain in this modern world. We are all given so many "rights" that even if one feels someone is mentally ill, nothing can be done without their consent--until they do some violent act. I don't want to give up my rights, but I wish there were a way to identify and help these people, too. And you are right, politicians jump on every thing for their own agenda, making it worse. I don't know any answer except prayer, and to try to recognize those that need help, and offer my friendship.
JoyceRogers
Nov 30, 2015
Thank you all so much for your prayers. It's a very hard topic to pin down, because every solution has a problem attached to it. I can only pray that the only one who knows all the answers, our Lord and Savior, returns soon and saves us from ourselves. God bless...
Jingles
Nov 29, 2015
Yep those are crepes. I love them. I get them at Bob Evans and they have a big dollop of whipped cream on them. I could eat some right now.
I'm trying to decide if I want to put a Christmas tree up this year or not. It's a lot of work. I know I won't feel right if I don't. Have to move furniture around etc. We'll see.

God be with you all as we get ready to celebrate another year of His birth. Wish our world was in better shape then it is. So much feuding and fighting in the white house, terrorists etc. The world is so full of sin, it takes the fun out of everything.

God bless you all.
trynfindit
Nov 29, 2015
Jingles, we can't let the troubling events across the world drive us into dark places spiritually and mentally. Our faith must stay strong and bright no matter what's going on around us. If you don't want to put up a big tree perhaps a table tree would work for you. Or put up some of those little 2 1/2 foot trees around your house on tables, dressers, etc. Fight the darkness with God. Hugs to you.
aknan
Nov 30, 2015
Jingles, one year my Dearly Beloved was recovering from surgery and spent a lot of time on the sofa. I couldn't manage our 8' artificial tree by myself, so I strung colored ribbon on the ceiling in the shape of a tree and hung lightweight ornaments from it. Another year, I'd just had hip replacement surgery and couldn't move much. He found a helium-filled balloon in the shape of a Christmas tree and we put packages under that! Just a couple non-traditional suggestions for you - hope your holidays are happy ones.
ctjan
Nov 29, 2015
They do look like crepes. I would, also, leave off the powdered sugar and jam. I'm a real maple syrup fan..There is a maple sugar house about a mile from our house.
PogoP
Nov 29, 2015
You must be in NW Connecticut.
ctjan
Nov 30, 2015
Northeast CT
micki
Nov 30, 2015
Take away the blueberries and this is my favorite breakfast by far!
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