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Pancakes


Recipe Description
Decent pancakes that don't require buttermilk. We make this recipe often here.​
Preparation Steps:
Grease and heat skillet or griddle before pouring batter.​
Level of Difficulty:
easy​
Time Needed:
Ingredients:
1 1/4 cups flour
3 teaspoons baking powder
1 tablespoon sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 beaten egg
1 cup of milk
2 tablespoons vegetable oil​
Serves:
4​
Directions:
Mix and fry on skillet or griddle​
 

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Gabe makes them a lot on the weekends. I'll take a photo next time, so you can see how good they look. :) They make the perfect pancake as far as the rise and appearance. The taste is pretty good. It's not the best I've had, but it doesn't contain buttermilk though either. It's super quick to mix together and our family likes them. It's our standard pancake recipe.
 
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Thank you for the recipe, Sara. That one looks easy enough for me. I will have to add it to my 'to try' recipes.
 

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Buttermilk always went bad on me so I started to buy the powdered kind in case anyone wanted to add some to the above recipe you find it in the baking isle around the pwdered milk and or flour evaporated milk etc.
 

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~~ Tyvm !!
 

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Do these brown like the box mixes? Did I do something wrong:eek:
**Edited after DS ate them**
Doesn't really matter I guess DS13 says they are better than mixed:cheer4:
 

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Thank you very much! I am going to try these this week for our Breakfast for Dinner meal! :)
 

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Thanks for this. I have never made "American style" pancakes before but DH has requested them, so I'm trying them out for brunch tomorrow. *eeek*
 
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