How to Make Pancakes- Sawyer Martel

Introduction: How to Make Pancakes- Sawyer Martel

There is many ways that pancakes can be made. They can be made from scratch using certain ingredients. What I used is Aunt Jemima pancake mix, water, chocolate chips, and Log Cabin maple syrup. You will also need a large pan, a spatula, a large bowl, and a measuring cup.

Step 1: Making the Pancake Batter

What you want to do first is get a big bowl that the batter will go into. You´re then going to want to add your pancake mix and your water. Depending on how many pancakes you want to make there is a ratio. I used 3 cups of the pancake mix and 2 and 1/4 cups of water. After adding these to a bowl, mix it until it has the batter texture and look. After mixing it add in your chocolate chips and mix until they are mixed within the batter.

Step 2: Cooking the Pancakes

After your batter is made you will need a pan. I used a large non-stick pan. I then added a little bit of cooking oil on the pan and turned the heat of the burner to medium. Once your pan is warmed up, add your batter. You can make your pancakes however big you want by adding more batter to one pancake. After the batter is on the pan and your pancakes are shaped how you like, let them cook one the first side for about 3-5 minutes. You will know when they are ready to flip when holes in the top of the pancake are all over. When they are ready to flip, you flip each pancake over and let them cook for about 1-2 minutes. You can check periodically to see if they are done by flipping them to see if they are cooked. When they are done, take them off of your pan and on to the plate!

Step 3: The Final Product

After your pancakes are cooked and plated, butter them up how ever you prefer and add that syrup. After that...

Enjoy!!!

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