My grandma's recipe. These are so yummy, I just pick them up and eat them with my fingers (not very ladylike I know) but is great served with cream and berries or ice cream or however you like them really. These are even lovely cold, take along to picnics and spread with jam and a little cream, or just jam by itself.
A very simple pancake recipe using ingredients I always have on hand. This is my Mom's recipe; making and eating them always reminds me of Saturday mornings, cartoons, and childhood. These are not big fluffy pancakes, nor are they thin; they are somewhere in between. Serve with butter, syrup, and jam.
My 3 Boys LOVE these...they ask for them at least 2-3 times a week for breakfast. I've tried cheating a few times by purchasing the "just add water" pancake mix and they always know the difference and say they like these better! Sometimes I add mini chocolate chips to them.
I couldn't find any pancake recipes to serve one person and I did not want to have left over batter or have to freeze unused pancakes...just not the same. So here is a recipe that I divised using bisquick heart smart along with a serving suggestion of strawberry syrup which completely depends on your taste and can be made with any other frozen fruit. By all means use any type of milk that you want I just prefer soy. Also, try experimenting with different flavors of flavoring syrups.
I've seen several lemon pancake recipes, but they had either cottage cheese or ricotta. These are made with yogurt. They're low fat too. From Outpost Natural Foods. Instead of lemon flavored yogurt, I use plain and add 1/2 lemon to a double batch. 8 pancakes wouldn't go very far in this family!