5 Reviews

This is very simaler to my grandma slaght pancake mix. The only difference is that she used (170g or) 1 + 1/4 cup mix to: 1 egg, 1 cup milk and 1 tablespoon oil. Thanks for posting this classic!

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Lee_tah February 25, 2010

Made for the September Breakfast Photo Challenge. I'm not rating it till I actually make the pancakes but the ease of the mix is so fun to make and decorate...I plan to give some jars to my family for Thanksgiving! Edited to say: I increased the milk to 1 cup because it was just a bit too thick. I also added a splash of vanilla.This is so versatile...I made banana pancakes for thehusband and added chocolate chips with peanut butter chips for my son. Awesome!

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Lorrie in Montreal October 04, 2008

I find that when making the pancakes, use 1 to 1 ratio mix to milk (you still need the egg and oil of course). When I made them according to the original recipe, the batter was WAY to thick and the pancakes would be raw inside. The pancakes themselves were good the way I made them, but I might want to leave out the cinnamon from the mix and sprinkle cinnamon and sugar on the cooked pancakes.

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Herbs & Spices, and everything nice. October 08, 2006

Very nice pancakes! and easy to do...:) Great with syrup! I already gave as a gift, turned out great! Thanks!

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Cactus Arm June 10, 2005

I made this recipe for Christmas gifts along with Buttermilk Syrup (Buttermilk Syrup). What a hit. Everyone wants the same for Christmas next year!

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yogabead April 09, 2005
Cinnamon Pancake Mix in a jar