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Pancakes for One or Two

Pancakes for One or Two created by dkmoon82

This is another recipe I found in the 1998 Taste of Home Annual Recipes. It was sent in to them by Ann Schenk of Winnett, Montana.She added two teapoons of wheat germ when the dry ingredients were mixed together, but I left it out. And they seemed to come out just fine.This recipe make enough for one, but if you make them just a bit smaller you could get enough for two. And serve eggs and sausage on the side for a much heartier breakfast or even dinner.Serve with margarine and syrup, if desired. Submitted to " ZAAR " on October 28th, 2009

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  • In a bowl, combine flour,baking soda, baking powder, and salt.
  • In another bowl, beat egg,milk and oil.
  • Stir in dry ingredients just until blended.
  • Pour batter by 1/3 cupfuls ( if making smaller, use 1/4 cupfuls ) onto a lightly greased hot griddle, or you can use a lightly greased frying pan.
  • Turn when bubbles form on top of pancakes and edges are slightly dry.
  • Cook until the other side is a golden brown.
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"This is another recipe I found in the 1998 Taste of Home Annual Recipes. It was sent in to them by Ann Schenk of Winnett, Montana.She added two teapoons of wheat germ when the dry ingredients were mixed together, but I left it out. And they seemed to come out just fine.This recipe make enough for one, but if you make them just a bit smaller you could get enough for two. And serve eggs and sausage on the side for a much heartier breakfast or even dinner.Serve with margarine and syrup, if desired. Submitted to " ZAAR " on October 28th, 2009"
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  1. shorty20016
    I love these fluffy and pillow soft pancakes I added 1 tsp vanilla to the milk I doubled all ingredients was perfect. Thanks for sharing.
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  2. Kim G.
    The pancake was not Fluffy it was very thin it tasted more like an egg than a pancake it's okay nothing peanut butter and syrup can't fix I've had a hard time finding a recipe for pancakes just for one person so today this satisfied me.
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  3. Amal K.
    I make this recipe very often, since my family loves having these from time to time. I did make some changes, though. I don't make one portion of it since I usually make some for all of my family (Even though this recipe is for one person.) And what I figured out is if you make 2 portions, use 1 egg instead of 2. Adding vanilla is great too. If you don't like the fact that they're not sweet, try using chocolate spread or jam. I suggest trying it with fresh cream + honey, too.
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  4. yeahitsafakeemail
    The picture of a waffle on a pancake recipe should have tipped me off. Please don't make these. The first two, made to exact specifications, were like flour made solid -- like flour + water then cooked. No flavor, terrible texture. I literally fed them to my dogs (because no sugar). So I added some sugar and a splash of vanilla to the other half of the batter. That did not help. So I'm left with no breakfast, having used my last egg on a breakfast I woke up craving while 5 months pregnant. Take this garbage down.
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  5. Milo B.
    These are fluffy and nice, but they taste gross. I even put sugar in it, and they taste like thick crepes. Do not recommend.
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