Mums 'scotch' Pancakes

Mums 'scotch' Pancakes created by Evie3234

My Mums famous recipe!

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  • Mix dry ingredients.
  • Add beaten eggs and butter or oil.
  • Add the milk.
  • Put on spoonfuls onto greased hot griddle or frying pan.
  • Turn when'bubbles' appear.
  • Remove from pan and place on wire racks.
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  1. MaMere
    Wonderful recipe Evie*! I made these for a light dinner this evening. I added mashed banana, a bit of vanilla extract and instead of white sugar I used brown sugar & 3/4 c *egg beaters* in place of the eggs in the pancake batter. I also added some pecan pieces and made a homemade warm syrup to top with. Thank you for sharing!
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  2. MaMere
    Wonderful recipe Evie*! I made these for a light dinner this evening. I added mashed banana, a bit of vanilla extract and instead of white sugar I used brown sugar & 3/4 c *egg beaters* in place of the eggs in the pancake batter. I also added some pecan pieces and made a homemade warm syrup to top with. Thank you for sharing!
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  3. ImPat
    These made a very nice afternoon snack, I got 18 pancakes (though I thought of them more as oversized pikelets). DM and DS had theirs with diabetic strawberry jam and a dollop of cream while DH and myself had a squeeze of lemon juice DH with a sprinkle of sugar. Thank you Evie and yes they will be made again. This was made for the April Swap#3 game.
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  4. littleturtle
    Very fast & easy to make and usually pancakes turn out to be a disaster for me. I scaled the recipe back to 6.5 which may seem like an odd number but there were only 2 of us eating and the ingredients list was manageable at that (no fractions of eggs or anything); it made about 18 dollar sized pancakes and we only had 3 leftover. Easy to flip & they turned out light and fluffy. We ate most of them just spread with butter and had syrup on a few. Flavor was pretty good, but I think I'd add just a little vanilla & cinnamon next time. Thanks for posting. BTW - The directions should probably specify to melt butter in the pan or spray with non-stick spray or something so the pancakes don't stick. Someone might not know if they're making pancakes for the first time.
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  5. Gerry
    Well Evie these Canadians certainly enjoyed your mum's 'Scotch'Pancakes, especially my young Scotsmen who had asked just when I would be serving tea and crumpets! We have decided these were so good they have to be added to our 'special day' breakfast menu! Now that means good. Thank you Evie for sharing your mums recipe, it's going to be a favorite at our breakfast table ... and maybe lunch!
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