Introduction: Old Fashion Pancakes (Single Serving)



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Yummy Pancakes just for one...


 Old Fashion Pancakes (Single Serving) Recipe:


Old Fashion Pancakes (Single Serving) Recipe: 

  • 1/4 cup Flour
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  • 1 tbsp melted butter ( I used earth balance)
  • 1/4  cup and 3 tablespoons of milk (I used almond)

Recipe Instructions: Sift flour, baking powder, salt and sugar; add egg melted butter and milk to the batter and whisk until the batter is smooth. Set aside and grease a pan with oil and set pan on burner medium heat will do. Scoop 1-2 tablespoons of batter in the hot skillet make sure brown on both sides and serve.

 Recipe Notes:  I did a little experimentation with this recipe I decided to use one whole egg instead of egg whites; the pancakes had a bit of an egg flavor if you add some more sugar or vanilla to the batter, it will get rid of the flavor. Sifting also helps with the ingredients, if you do not want to sift make sure your dry ingredients are mixed in well. I also used 3 tablespoons of milk to this batter to make it thin; you do not need the extra milk, but the thinner the batter the more cakes you get.

Comments

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Paris21 (author)2016-04-30

They are amazing.Gives you a minimum of 8 pancakes.Dependent on the size.

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kimkim1 (author)Paris212017-05-05

really

thanks anyway

i was looking for this info

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kimkim1 (author)2017-05-05

yo

how many pancakes does this recipe make

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Cpiano24 (author)2016-08-06

Do not add chocolate chips.

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sabc100 (author)Cpiano242016-12-27

lol i was gonna but then i was like nah maybe another time

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dalent made it! (author)2016-11-19

i just did 1 big one to small to do 1to2 tapel spunes

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ClayN6 (author)2016-08-14

I just made these - used bacon grease for the butter. I also used 1/4 cup milk and just about more than 1 additional Tbsp. I found these to be very thin (like European pancakes) but super tender and delicious. They browned easier when I didn't grease my skillet but I found the batter a bit runny while flipping them over. Not enough to deter me from making these again - great recipe, thanks for sharing!

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brookiebooboo (author)2016-07-10

cant wait to try them

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EnvyCat777 (author)2015-08-26

I love this recipe! I make it whenever I want pancakes and i always add a teaspoon of vanilla extract! Thank you for the recipe!

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FashionGal (author)2015-08-05

I will definitely make these for breakfast!

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tfollansbee (author)2015-02-18

You over stirred your pancakes. Thats why they're flat, if youfold the ingredients together just until the big lumps are gone the small lumps will cook out and the pancake will raise

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rfransen (author)2015-01-05

I did make this for my boyfriend this morning at his house. With the lack of a sifter (I don't know where his mom keeps it so I just whisked it as much as I could) and chocolate lactose-free milk, the "pancakes" turned out to be more of a consistency of crepes. He loved them! I need to make them again!

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CeciliaE (author)2014-11-23

It's really good I would just suggest putting in a bit more flour :D

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dennisjonesjr (author)2014-07-18

simple and tasty, thank you. they are so thin it makes me want to put something on it and roll it up inside lol

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