Do you like pancakes? We do!
No commercial pancake mix for us either–it’s easy to make it yourself in minutes.
I like Chef Keith Snow from HarvestEating.com’s recipe for Harvest Eating Whole Grain Pancakes which are very easy to make.
It’s a great recipe, but I altered it just a little bit using the ingredients I had on hand–which shows that it’s a flexible/forgiving recipe!
I used white wheat instead of the darker whole wheat; it’s excellent for using in place of all-purpose white flour.
I also used the white wheat for the rye flour since I didn’t have any on hand.
These pancakes were grandbaby approved! I made them for him and he LOVED them!
Just combine the dry ingredients and when you’re ready to make pancakes they are quick and easy to prepare.
Using a cup of the dry mix will make 6-8 medium-size pancakes. Yummy!
This my adaptation for his healthy pancake mix.
3 cups white whole wheat flour
1 cup corn meal
2 tbs sugar
2 tsp baking powder (without aluminum)
pinch of canning salt (I don’t use salt with additives)
1. Mix all ingredients in a bag or container…store in freezer so it keeps a few months.
When it’s time to make pancakes, combine:
1 cup Pancake Mix
1 cup milk
1 tbs ground flax seeds
1 tbs wheat germ
1 beaten egg
Check out the video. You can mix within an hour of cooking time.
Heat a seasoned cast iron skillet, add clarified or regular butter, about 1/4 cup of batter onto preheated pan.
Look for some bubbling/browning to occur before flipping.
Serve with your favorite toppings.
This is Chef Keith Snow’s video of how to make the pancake mix. Enjoy!