If you think you’ve seen this post before, you’re not crazy – it seems to have been the only casualty in the migration of OVER 1000 RECIPES!! – so here it is again, to make it’s second (and hopefully permanent this time) DsD debut.
Thanks to Ms. Bennett, the girls’ rock star Foods teacher at school! You can see the photo…this is the fancy version because it was a weekend (spinach and cheese on the eggs, barbecue started for the sausage), but this is the amount of food the girls eat for a regular breakfast – with SIX pancakes instead of just 3. I know, they’re growing…but it’s still shocking to me sometimes. I’m grateful for no-brainer recipes that the girls can also make themselves – tasty also from the freezer (heated in the toaster), and super easy to whip up – enjoy!
1 1/2 c. milk AND 1/4 c. butter (melted)
2 c. flour AND 2 T. sugar
2 t. baking powder AND 1 t. salt
In a large bowl, whisk the eggs vigorously until fluffy and then whisk in the milk and melted butter. Add all 4 dry ingredients and mix well.
Heat your favorite skillet or griddle and drop in a titch of butter. Pour in about a quarter cup of batter per pancake and leave to sizzle until small bubbles start to appear – then turn each pancake over and cook the other side until beautiful and brown. Serve as you wish!