Easy pancake recipe you can make in minutes!

Step 1: Things You'll Need:

1 cup all-purpose flour (spooned and leveled)
2 tablespoons sugar
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup milk
2 tablespoons unsalted butter
1 tablespoon vegtable oil
1 large egg

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I wish I had some eggs right now... (I've got the rest)<br /> <br /> L<br />
Do not&nbsp; HAVE to use eggs.&nbsp; Just add a little more fluid to equal the egg.&nbsp; Add a little vanilla.&nbsp; yumm
&nbsp;What the hell?? This instructable has like almost the exact same recipe except mine doesn't use vegetable oil and it looks a lot better the way I cook it.
No. It was a from scratch recipe we found in a blender cookbook. Then add walnuts and banana as I described.
We often make pancakes from scratch in a blender.&nbsp; We like to improvise.&nbsp; We add half of a ripe banana near the end and run the blender until the banana is &quot;liquefied.&quot;&nbsp;&nbsp; Then we add about 1/2 cup of English walnuts and run the blender until they are moderately to finely chopped, but not made into a paste.&nbsp; When ready to eat, put on some butter and some hot maple-flavored syrup.&nbsp; They taste like fresh banana nut bread.<br />
That sounds interesting. Do you have a link to your banana walnut recipe?
Thank you for this great and easy to follow instructable. In a few short minutes, I had delicious pancakes!
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mine came out as a big pancake<br>
Mine turn out white as a ghost :( they won't brown
How many does this recipe make
The pancakes tasted great. I added vavnilla extract, and this improved the flavor in my opinion. You might want to add how many pancakes this recipe makes though. All in all, a great breakfast recipe.
&nbsp;well its 00.03am where i live, and im just through eating these pancakes, after first reading this recipe i took a note and put it in my scales box, theyr so easy to make, and taste fantastic !! thanks you once more, brilliant structable
I made these pancakes this morning.&nbsp; Followed your recipe exactly and they came out great!&nbsp; Many thanks!
&nbsp;reading through the food instructables, found this one, had a look at the ingredients, and sat thinking, got it, got it, got it =) so within 10 mins they were cooking on me girdle, oh and they were green =) sister got a hold of the food colouring lol<br /> <br /> batch gave me mum an sis a nice breakfast, great 'ible&nbsp;<br />
yummy, just made some and found out i had no syrup<br /> <br />
I&nbsp;don't use butter or oil and I add vanilla and cinnamon. Yummy!<br /> And having a griddle is nice too.<br /> <br /> <br />
Sounds good.&nbsp; HOT griddle is great.&nbsp; Really rich.&nbsp; Cream or half and half.&nbsp; Fresh eggs are aslo awesome.
&nbsp;I prefer to add the butter right after this stage, right into the flour mixture. &nbsp;This will encapsulate the flour&nbsp;in the butter resulting in less milk needing to be added to thin out the batter. &nbsp;It's the same method used for making biscuits from scratch.
I usually do not add sugar, there is enough sweetness in the syrup. <br /> <br /> 1 1/4 cup flour <br /> 1 egg<br /> 1 1/4 cup buttermilk<br /> 1 teaspoon baking powder<span class="text_exposed_hide">... </span><span class="text_exposed_show"><br /> 1 teaspoon baking soda<br /> 1/4 cup cooking oil<br /> pinch of salt</span><br /> <br /> Stir a few times till it is mostly together. No blender needed. Should be a wet mixture. <br />
&nbsp;I wish this Instructable was complete; under &quot;Things You'll Need&quot; eggs are nowhere to be seen. Yet the actual instructions call for an egg. If the list had been complete, &quot;egg&quot; would have been seen in the RSS feed, and I never would have clicked the link.<br /> Please try to not forget ingredients in your next instructable. Thank you.<br /> I do like your pictures though.<br />
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