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    People On Twitter Can't Stop Talking About Chelsea Clinton's Spinach Pancakes

    Wrong, or so wrong it’s right?

    On Tuesday, March 7, people across the country celebrated National Pancake Day with a delicious stack of syrup-drizzled pancakes.

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    Everywhere, that is, except in Chelsea Clinton's kitchen. Instead of preparing traditional buttermilk pancakes, the former first daughter made a heaping stack of "spinach pancakes" 😷.

    Apparently, Clinton made them partly to try and sneak more iron into her daughter's food.

    Due to the "pureed spinach" in the mixture, the pancakes were a glowing shade of green, and bore no similarities to the classic buttery, beige breakfast staple.

    While her daughter may have enjoyed them, Clinton's green pancakes had her Twitter followers feeling SHOOK.

    Some people were repulsed:

    @sdckg / Via Twitter: @sdckg
    @hayektriangle / Via Twitter: @hayektriangle
    @GhostScalia / Via Twitter: @GhostScalia

    Or confused:

    @Popehat / Via Twitter: @Popehat
    @BlackSwiftie13 / Via Twitter: @BlackSwiftie13

    Many were simply shocked:

    @ShakariSBriggs / Via Twitter: @ShakariSBriggs

    Others came to her rescue, however, defending her decision to improve her daughter's breakfast:

    DemocracyValues / Via Twitter: @DemocracyValues
    @kitty62862 / Via Twitter: @kitty62862

    They even provided alternate healthy breakfast ideas:

    @poolgoddess918 / Via Twitter: @poolgoddess918
    @bergdame / Via Twitter: @bergdame

    If you're curious about what they might actually taste like, Clinton also provided a brief how-to guide to her special pancakes:

    @ChelseaClinton / Via Twitter: @ChelseaClinton
    1. Would you try Chelsea Clinton's spinach pancakes?

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    Would you try Chelsea Clinton's spinach pancakes?
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      Healthy pancakes? I'm in!
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      With enough butter and maple syrup, anything can taste delicious.