Good old basic pancakes
"For the most part these came out tasting really good. I sprinkled some cinnamon and added a tsp of vanilla. I also cut down a little on the salt. My mistake was adding a whole banana to the mix. The chunks of banana left in did not cook and stayed moist and raw tasting. Cutting down to Half a banana would have made these perfect. A little less milk too to make them thicker. "
Mix dry ingredients in a medium mixing bowl. Add melted butter, egg and milk.
Mix with a whisk until mixed but still lumpy, do not over mix. Pour onto a hot griddle set at 325 degrees, into desired pancake sizes.
Flip pancake when the batter starts to bubble, but before the underside to too brown.
Cooking is finished when the cake is golden brown. Serves 3 Adults, or 2 Adults and two small children
Vvbowen 1m ago
farleypic 3m agothis is my go to Sunday morning family recipe for breakfast. I add a splash of vanilla to the mix, and sometimes a dash of cinnamon. even tried substituting coconut milk I'm place of the milk recommended. the end result of this recipe provide breakfast thumbs up by the entire family.
nayancruz62e8h8 6m agoThis is very similar to my old (and trusted) pancake recipe--I'll definitely make these again!
lilvero 6m agoMy daughter loves them! Get recipe!
rose212 10m agoBoys love it i added chocolate chips in the batter. And strawberries on top!
CyEllul 10m agoOf all the recipes I tried, this one is the best!!!
pepperro 10m agoI used coconut oil in the pan and that added a little bit of extra sweetness to them. Light and fluffy!
uniqueheart 10m agoreallly good!!!
jokergod2000 11m agoLove these! They taste like cupcakes lol
Huminbrd56 11m agoJust the ticket on a cold snowed-in day! I used salt-free baking powder, but added just slightly under the 1/2 teaspoon salt in the recipe ingredients list. This is more sugar than most pancake recipes use, but it makes the edges nice and crispy while the inside is definitely light and fluffy with a cake texture. Excellent!