I don’t know about you, but pancakes are one of those comfort foods that taste great any time and any place. They’re so easy to make, yet when done it feels like something special. A perfect Sunday breakfast or brunch, or busy weekday supper. Who doesn’t love having breakfast for dinner?
I know many people have their favorite pancake mix or go to recipe, and I’d like to share one of mine in honor of NATIONAL PANCAKE DAY (SUNDAY 20-28).
IN A LARGE BOWL COMBINE: ¼ C white flour 1/4C whole wheat flour ¼ C oats 1T brown sugar 1T wheat germ 1tsp baking powder
IN A MEASURING CUP COMBINE: ¾ C + 1T almond milk 2tsp oil or melted butter 1 egg
Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients. Stir until combined and smooth. If mixture appears thick, pancakes will be thicker. I like thinner ones, so I add a bit extra milk. This is your call.
Pour onto a hot, greased griddle or skillet.
Serve with butter, maple syrup, or jam.
What is YOUR favorite pancake recipe?
Happy Eating, and please pass the syrup (real maple only, thank you!)
After eating, why not enjoy a delightful picture book, LADY PANCAKE AND SIR FRENCH TOAST by Josh Funk. Here’s the trailer: https://search.yahoo.com/yhs/search?p=lady+pancake+and+sir+french+toast+book&ei=UTF-8&hspart=mozilla&hsimp=yhs-002