Say goodbye to Aunt Jemima! Once you taste these homemade pancakes I think you'll agree they're much better than the boxed kind! Add a bit of vanilla or fruit (frozen blueberries work well) to make them extra special. If you want, mix up the dry ingredients in advance and give it away as a gift (with instructions on how to finish making the pancakes) or just store it for even quicker pancakes on Sunday mornings.
2339 people marked it a Favorite, 862 people marked it a TryYield: 3 Servings Ready in 25 minutes
Phil_61 , 2 years agoNice, simple recipe. I also add a little more vanilla which always gets a good reaction
saljay , 2 years agoDelicious and perfectly fluffy. I add cinnamon to the batter
Lwblaker , 2 years agoDelicious! Will definitely be making these again!
Smurfcity , 2 years ago
nilushaikh , 2 years agoVery good and easy to make
amandamartinez , 2 years ago
amandadowlandstrathmann , 2 years agoEveryone loved them kids made me make extra to freeze.
justbaking , 2 years ago
justbaking , 2 years agoDelicious!!!
sjdom1 , 2 years ago
Blancosbows , 2 years agoAdded applesauce & cinnamon one time & mushed bananas another time, have also added freeze dried strawberries. I keep a mason jar of the pre-made mix on hand at all times. My kids LOVE breakfast for dinner!
james13160 , 2 years ago
amandadowlandstrathmann , 2 years agoOur 2 yr old ate 5 of these without syrup. The we're great with or without syrup,
jstarlus , 2 years ago
lkolec , 2 years agoThese came out very good. The batter came out perfect they didn't even stick to the pan. They tasted great. Next time I'll share my pictures on how they came out. Will definatwly make them again! Thanks for posting.
DrgnHrt , 2 years agoAwesome & easy recipe. I think I'm going to make up a big batch of the dry mix so I have it on hand for a quick go-to. The whole gang loved these fluffy pancakes both plain and with blueberries.
BertrandP , 2 years agoThese are great pancakes. A great taste of America in Germany. Many thanks for this recipe. This one pimps up some of our Sundays !
dbmcleish , 2 years agoI'm used to mixing wet ingredients first and then combining with the dry. I didn't like mixing in the milk first and then the eggs - I had to over mix the batter to get the eggs mixed in. They tasted okay enough - but I agree, this is just a basic recipe. I think I will keep looking for my go-to pancake recipe
Blancosbows , 2 years agoI gave these a harsh review the first time but have since re-made w/ updated recipe & my family loved them!! I added cinnamon the first time & mini chocolate chips the 2nd time. I prepared the dry mix before hand to make mixing them early in the morning before school much dater. Yummy!!
bruceboddie , 2 years agoThese are great. For a little extra treat I added a few chocolate morsels.