I don’t know about your family, but mine loves pancakes. For the first few years of my marriage, I used to buy the premixed kind the you “just add water and shake”. But, when I started really getting into frugality several years ago, I started to really learn how to cook, and one of the things I wanted to make was pancakes from scratch. I tried several recipes, but none really said “these are the ones I want to make for my family”, know what I mean? That is, until I found this one on Frugal Families. These pancakes are light and fluffy and always turn out. Sometimes they might not rise as well as others (maybe somebody added too much liquid?), but they always taste really good, AND the freeze well! I love to keep these on hand in the freezer, especially during the school year. They make for a quick “grab-n-go” breakfast. I hope you enjoy them as much as my family does!
1 c. white flour
Combine dry ingredients. Add egg, oil and milk. Batter will be bubbly and foamy.
Scoop/pour batter onto hot griddle/skillet.
Cook until edges are dry and center is set, then turn.
Cook until done. Enjoy with any/all of your favorite toppings!
** Recipe doubles nicely!**
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