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Nanny's Pancakes

Nanny's Pancakes created by kellychris

These are the pancakes my grandmother would make us when we were children. She didn't use exact measurements, so she estimated them when I asked her for the recipe she uses. Sometimes she would add things to them like coconut milk, or applesauce for an added treat. We would eat them with maple syrup, jam or with butter and sugar rolled up.

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  • Mix the dry ingredients first until they are well blended.
  • In a separate bowl mix the wet ingredients, then slowly pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients and mix well.
  • Ladle into a hot frying pan and flip when bubbles form.
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"These are the pancakes my grandmother would make us when we were children. She didn't use exact measurements, so she estimated them when I asked her for the recipe she uses. Sometimes she would add things to them like coconut milk, or applesauce for an added treat. We would eat them with maple syrup, jam or with butter and sugar rolled up."
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  1. BK GeeGee
    For thicker pancakes, use 1 3/4 cups of milk.
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  2. kellychris
    Nanny's Pancakes Created by kellychris
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  3. kellychris
    Very good. I got 23 pancakes out this. They were very good but very thin. made for Spring PAC,2011.
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  4. BK GeeGee
    These are the pancakes my grandmother would make us when we were children. She didn't use exact measurements, so she estimated them when I asked her for the recipe she uses. Sometimes she would add things to them like coconut milk, or applesauce for an added treat. We would eat them with maple syrup, jam or with butter and sugar rolled up.
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