I know there are a zillion pancake recipes already but I went thru and this one IS different and SO good. I think that mixing well, sifting the dry ingredients, and carefully folding in the egg whites makes these so very fluffy. And, wonder of wonders, you can freeze the batter, defrost in the fridge, and the pancakes are perfect. One more thing--you must use real maple syrup and you must warm it before serving it with the pancakes.
Here's a filling for Crepes Suzette without the traditional flaming--less fun but very good! You can substitute Triple Sec, Cointreau, Limoncello or other liquers for the Grand Marnier. Step-by-step photos are posted in the French Forum under "Techniques." I recommend recipe #170083 made with butter.
The Amish know how to make a delicious pancake. This is probably the lightest, fluffiest pancake I've ever eaten, and it didn't require beating the egg whites. The recipe really does call for a tablespoon of vanilla (I thought it was a typo too). These are so simple there's no excuse to use pancake mix again. You can make them with or without the whipped cream and strawberries. Recipe from The Amish Cook at Home. Serving size is estimated because it wasn't listed.
I poached this recipe from cooks.com (it was submitted by Dawn Linke, so props to her). I'm mainly posting it here since this is the recipe site I use the most and I want to add it to my cookbook, and I was most happy with this recipe vs. other eggless pancake recipes I've tried, so I figured it was worth sharing. :)
My sister made this for breakfast while hubby and I visited with her Labor Day Weekend on a small island off the coast of Maine. She served with fresh picked raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries.
Time saving tip: Gather a hand-ful of quart-size zipper bags. Haul out the dry ingredients and measure & sift into bags. Label bag "Pancake Mix" and store in a cool, dark cabinet. At meal-time, combine one bag with wet ingredients. Make up a bunch of bags at once, breakfast will come together that much quicker!
The original for this recipe came in the box with a blender we received as a wedding present back in 1978. I've tweaked it into solid breakfast perfection!
I grew up with these. They are so easy it was one of the first things I leared to cook as a child.
Top with fruits, syrup, butter, powdered sugar, or even chocolate chips.
Makes a nice easy breakfast, or even a dessert.
My grandma Anderson would make these for my brother and me when we would come for our weekend visits. She taught me how to make these so I could keep her recipes alive and hand them down to my children. Keeping her recipes in my Family's cookbook keeps her memory alive for me and my brother.
This recipe was found along my GG Nelson's belongings. I'm posting this only because when I did a search for pancake recipes, I couldn't find anything that looked or seemed quite like this one. For variations, you can add 1 tbls. honey or 1 tbls. cinnamon and sugar mix or 1 tbls. cocoa powder and a handfull of chocolate chips. Cooking time is for individual pancakes, not a collective cook time.
Gather the children when you pull these out of the oven--lots of oohs & aahs at the puffy cakes! My mother-in-law featured these on her restaurant breakfast menu, and usually makes them at least once when we're visiting. Serve with Honey Butter (below) or some warm fruit compote.