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This is my favorite way to make pancakes !
"I just finished making these pancakes for breakfast, delish!! I just added cinnimon and a teaspoon of vanilla extract instead of using butter to grese my skillet I used crisco much better it doesn't burn and ur pancakes never come out dark, always golden brown. You have to try these I topped them with powdered suger and syrup. I will make these again very soon. Thanks for this recipe"- lovemy3stars
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Preheat your griddle to 350 degrees F. If you don''t have a griddle, preheat a frying pan to medium-heat.
Beat the egg in a medium size bowl until light and fluffy. Stir in remaining ingredients, except the butter. Use the butter to grease the griddle or frying pan, if necessary, to prevent sticking. To test the readiness of the griddle or pan, you may place a drop of water onto it. If it sizzles, then your pan is hot enough to start cooking.
I usually pour my batter into a glass measuring cup and use that to pour the batter onto the griddle. I find it much easier to pour and control the size of the pancakes. Once the batter is poured onto the pan or griddle, watch for bubbles forming on top. When bubbles have started to form, flip your pancakes over to finish the second side. Repeat process until all batter is used up.
Serve with syrup, a pat of butter and fruit, if desired.
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loocie 2 months agoWay better than any than any I've made from a mix but not exactly what I had in mind. I would make them again as a lighter alternative to the cornmeal buttermilk pancakes that I have been making. They were light and fluffy. I added drops of vanilla, just for flavor.
myharriford 8 months ago
brownsuggar712 8 months agoI have used a similar recipe for years, except I use 2 1/2 cups of All-Purpose flour, 2 eggs and 2 tbls. of granulated sugar. My family loves them.
CookingPassion 1 year agothese are great !
adrianagarza 1 year ago
khudson88 1 year agoGood
lillianmuffling 1 year agoIt wasn't at thick as I thought it would be but it was still a great recipe!
SpeshinVegas 1 year agoFantastic recipe. I add a drop or two of vanilla to the batter for an extra kick, but even without that this recipe is a hands down winner!
melliestyle 1 year agoExcellent!! No longer do I need to depend on tweaking Bisquick to get a good quick pancake!
PatDay 2 years agoLoved this recipe. Added a teaspoon of vanilla and they were awesome!
sestreets 2 years agoMaybe I did something wrong, but I followed the recipe exactly and they came out flat and they did not taste good. I checked the expiration on my baking powder and it is still good. Not sure what happened, but these did not turn out well.
pinky123456789 2 years agoTHESE R SOOOOO GOOD IT'S UNBELIEVEABLE!!! I MEAN REALLY NICE JOB ON THESE!!!
Jooser 2 years agoI love these, and my son loves them too! I add 1 tsp of cinnamon and a handful of chocolate chips (1/4 to 1/3 of a cup)!
Dhawk128 2 years agoWonderful recipe! I just added a little cinnamon for more flavor! But they came out nice, fluffy and flavorfull! Thanks!
Robilin 3 years agoreally yummy pancakes! I will make these often, thank you!
Silverdago13 3 years agoThese turned out perfect. The best I've had so far.
lovemy3stars 3 years agoI just finished making these pancakes for breakfast, delish!! I just added cinnimon and a teaspoon of vanilla extract instead of using butter to grese my skillet I used crisco much better it doesn't burn and ur pancakes never come out dark, always golden brown. You have to try these I topped them with powdered suger and syrup. I will make these again very soon. Thanks for this recipe
gardyner 3 years agoExcellent fluffy pancakes. I'll make these often.
cvarda2 3 years agoGreat recipe! Brown sugar gives a great flavor and they had just the right amount of thickness and moisture.
Ashy999au 4 years agoVery nice