Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins

This is great if you're only cooking for one or two people. Although I usually tend to prefer making pancakes from scratch rather than a biscuit mix, these do come out quite good, especially if you add a touch of vanilla to them, which I always do. And it's nice not to have to spend the time making all those pancakes when I feel like having them. I adapted from a recipe from Betty Crocker.


  1. Place the flour in a bowl and add the milk and egg.
  2. Beat until blended.
  3. A few small lumps in it is fine.
  4. Heat a non-stick skillet (or one just barely wiped with a bit of vegetable oil) unti a drop of water beads up.
  5. Pour in the pancake batter to make small to medium size pancakes.
  6. Cook until golden brown on one side, then turn and cook the other side.
  7. Serve with your favorite toppings.
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I made these for a quick Sunday morning breakfast with DH, using HeartSmart Bisquick, skim milk, and adding 1/2 tsp sugar along with the vanilla. They were fluffy & tasty; I got six small-saucer sized pancakes out of this batch -- a perfect size. I served them with a side of bacon and Up Those Antioxidants With Blueberry Sauce.

newspapergal January 07, 2007

This is the bisquick recipe for pancakes with the addition of the vanilla - which was a nice additive. We ate it with blueberry sauce, Up Those Antioxidants With Blueberry Sauce, and the two together made a very delicious breakfast!!

Trisha W June 12, 2004