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    Default Cinnamon Pancake Mix in a Jar

    3 cups All-Purpose Flour
    4 teaspoons Ground Cinnamon
    2-1/4 tablespoon White Sugar
    2 tablespoons Baking Powder
    1-1/4 teaspoons Salt

    Combine all above and place in a quart jar.

    Make tag with the following recipe:

    In medium bowl, combine 3/4 milk, 1 egg and 2 tablespoons vegetable oil. Wisk in 1-1/3 cups pancake mix until moistened but still a bit lumpy. Pour approximately 1/4 cup of batter onto a lightly oiled heated griddle or frying pan. Brown on both sides and serve hot.

    These are great pancakes. I make them ahead and freeze them for quick breakfasts.

    A jar of this mix along with a jar of cocoa mix (recipe posted) makes a wonderful breakfast basket gift. Include a few mugs, some wooden spoons to mix the pancakes, and pancake syrup.

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    Thanks for the post. That would make a wonderful gift!

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    Great idea!! At the grocery store they sell pancake mix in a pretty cloth drawstring bag & it is expensive ! This would make a nice basket gift w/ maple syrup & the other goodies that you mentioned!
    Thanks for the ideas!!! I collected up a few baskets at yard slaes this year for very cheap!

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    that is such a great idea. thanks

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    Thanks for the recipe! I'm giving my sister a basket of mixes for Christmas, and I think I might include this one!

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    woo ! sounds good, Thanks for the recipe.

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    Be prepared to give out the recipe when they try these pancakes. LOL, I haven't bought pancake mix in a store in years. The hot cocoa recipe I posted is wonderful as well. Add a jar of that to the gift basket too.

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    Sounds like a great gift! Thanks for sharing it with us.
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    I'm going to try these; they sound very yummy! Thanks for sharing the recipe
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    I made these this morning. They were very good.
    I will increase the milk and instead of all cinnamon I will use apple or pumpkin pie spice in mine along with the cinnamon
    Thanks for the recipe.

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    thanks for the recepie, I think Ill go half w.w. half white flour. And use splenda instead of regular sugar. Then I would give be able to give it to my diabetic friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollyhandi View Post
    I made these this morning. They were very good.
    I will increase the milk and instead of all cinnamon I will use apple or pumpkin pie spice in mine along with the cinnamon
    Thanks for the recipe.
    Yummm, I think this would be yummy, especially the apple with some warm apple pie filling served on top. Thanks for the idea, I'm adding this as a note to the bottom of the recipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miss_thrifty View Post
    thanks for the recepie, I think Ill go half w.w. half white flour. And use splenda instead of regular sugar. Then I would give be able to give it to my diabetic friend.
    Wow, I love this idea too. Now I can share with family and friends who are diabetic. Thanks so much!

    I have a friend who will only use this recipe for her pancakes since she swears it's the only mix that doesn't give her heartburn. I guess the commercial mixes maybe have alot of fiber in them?

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