Pancakes (Oamc)

"This is my favorite breakfast recipe. I make this is huge batches & freeze them. I place in the microwave for 30 sec. & they taste like they just came off of the griddle. These work perfect for the morning before school- I don't have to make a big production & make breakfast & the kids don't have to eat just cereal before school. I make one batch plain, another with either fresh blueberries or chocolate chips! If you don't want to make a huge batch, just cut the recipe in half. Enjoy!"
photo by Dissie photo by Dissie
photo by Dissie
photo by Dissie photo by Dissie
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24 pancakes




  • In a mixing bowl, beat eggs until fluffy.
  • Add milk & melted butter.
  • In another mixing bowl, mix together all the dry ingredients.
  • Pour the dry ingredients into the egg mixture & mix well. (If needed, add milk to get a thinner consistency).
  • Heat griddle to high (or 400 degrees). Grease griddle with butter.
  • Pour a small amount of batter (about 1/4 cup- I use a measuring cup to pour pancake batter) & spread with bottom of measuring cup to a good size.
  • When bubbles appear on top of pancake, flip pancake & cook on other side for 2-3 minutes.
  • Top with pat of butter & syrup, and enjoy!
  • (Side note- I set my oven to warm & on a cookie sheet I will place a kitchen towel, folded in half on top. When the pancakes are done cooking, I place inside of the kitchen towel in the oven until ready to serve. Also, if you are freezing, wait until pancakes cool & then place in a freezer bag & place in freezer. When you are ready to heat up place a wet paper towel over the pancakes in the microwave & cook for 30 sec to 1 minute in the oven.).

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  1. tillerl
    these were very yummy! great to stick in the freezer for hectic mornings
  2. randimiller
    These are good. I had a problem with dumping all the dry ingredients at once, my batter was really lumpy and I didn't want to stir it too much. I did end up adding some more milk and stirring it to get the lumps gone. The best trick that I learned from your recipe was to grease my griddle with butter (I usually use a spray). It adds a richness that I really like with the butter. Thanks for the recipe! Oh, and I doubled mine, I'll see how many pancakes I can make.
  3. Delenn
    Very nice.
  4. Monique 2
    This is a great recipe. The pancakes came out prefect. I only changed on thing, instead of regular milk, I used almond milk. To me there was no difference in the taste, but than again I haven't made the original recipe as post.<br/><br/>Will make again.
  5. BusyMomTammy
    Finally, a pancake recipe that the whole family liked! One batch fed us breakfast (family of four), so there was nothing left to freeze. Next time I will double the recipe to have some for Monday morning. Thanks for sharing!


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