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School Morning Pancakes

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This is my standard pancake recipe. It really doesn’t take long at all, and can be made on a school morning. Sometimes I add mini chocolate chips, or frozen blueberries. The recipe makes about 20, so I keep leftovers in the fridge for the next day. My little boys even like them plain as a snack.

School Morning Pancakes

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Yield: 16 pancakes

Ingredients

2 1/3 C flour
2 C milk +1 t vinegar
2 T sugar
1 T oil
2 beaten eggs
3 t baking powder
1 t baking soda
1/2 t salt

Instructions

1. Mix all ingredients together in a bowl. The batter should be a little lumpy, this makes the pancakes rise up a bit better than if it is over mixed.
2. Pour about 1/4 C batter onto a hot griddle sprayed with cooking spray. (or, if you want it super delicious melt a bit of butter on the griddle)
3. When the cakes stop bubbling you know it's time to flip them over.
4. Top with syrup, jam, whip cream, powdered sugar....what ever you like best.
http://jamiecooksitup.net/2009/10/school-morning-pancakes/

 


  1. Corazon says:

    I made these for breakfast, and it was certainly interesting. You said the batter should be lumpy, but what we got resembled bread batter before all the flour is added. However unsure we were, we tried it, and they came out delicious, just a little thick. I put peanut butter and chocolate chips on mine 😀

  2. Dana says:

    I'm assuming the milk and vinegar combination is a substitute for buttermilk. Can I throw them in together with the rest of the ingredients, or do I need to let them sit and curdle first?

  3. Dana,
    Let the milk and the vinegar sit together for just a minute or two before you add them to the rest of the ingredients.
    ~Jamie

  4. Anonymous says:

    does the ” t” mean tablespoons or teaspoons?

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