I however, Love MY pancakes and I'm stickin to em, I've tasted that processed pancake crap and I won't ever go back. Give this recipe a try for next Saturday or Sunday morning, I know mixing together ingredients on a hangover isn't easy, so it's usually Sunday.
2x Cup Flour
3/4 Cup of Sugar
2x tsps' Magic Baking Powder (Not baking soda, blehhck)
(At this point don't forget to mix the dry ingredients together)
2x Egg and milk beaten
1 Capfull of Vanilla Extract
Melted margarine or butter to add
Step 1: Add Flour
Step 2: Sugar Baby
Step 3: Add the Baking Powder
Step 4: Mix the Dry Ingredients
Step 5: Beat the Eggs and Insert Milk
Once you've beaten your eggs with a fork or a whisk, add them to the middle of your mixture and add a dash of milk, then work your way around the mixture working the milk and eggs in. Add milk when it starts clumping up, until you end up with a mixture consistent with that of something slightly more runny than white glue, however don't make it too runny that it'll expand to the whole pan when you pour it in, as we're making pancakes here, not wedding cakes.
Step 6: Melt the Butter/Add the Vanilla
With vanilla bottles being all different shapes and sizes, the bottle caps are also different sizes. It's better to add less if you have a smaller cap than mine than add 2-3 caps and find out that your pancakes taste rather fruity :p But in all seriousness, the vanilla is what gives the pancakes a nice brown swirl when they're cooked.
Step 7: Fire Up the Grill
When you're cooking the first side of your pancake, it's a good idea to watch for bubbles forming at the surface of the pancake, make sure you flip or at least check the underside of your pancake before the bubbles start popping as it'll be getting more than just golden brown.
Step 8: Serve With Heart Abiding Bacon
Enjoy a good breakfast, and a filling one at that!