Cinnamon Pancake Mix in a jar

"A wonderful simple recipe, great for gift giving!"
photo by Lorrie in Montreal photo by Lorrie in Montreal
photo by Lorrie in Montreal
photo by Lorrie in Montreal photo by Lorrie in Montreal
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10 5inch pancakes




  • In a 1 quart jar, combine all ingredients; seal jar, you can also add dried fruits (apples are especially good!) this can be done,if necessary,to fill any gaps if the jar isnt full.
  • Be sure to attach the following directions with your jar.
  • DIRECTIONS: In medium bowl, combine 3/4 cup milk, 1 egg, and 2 Tablespoons salad oil.
  • With fork, blend in 1-1/3 cups pancake mix until moistened but still lumpy.
  • Cook on lightly greased griddle or skillet.
  • Makes about 10 5" pancakes.

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  1. 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!
  2. 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!
  3. 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.
  4. Very nice pancakes! and easy to do...:) Great with syrup! I already gave as a gift, turned out great! Thanks!
  5. I made this recipe for Christmas gifts along with Buttermilk Syrup (recipe #16717). What a hit. Everyone wants the same for Christmas next year!


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