How to make it

  • Combine eggs, milk, vanilla, and oil and set aside
  • Mix remaining dry ingredients
  • Sift into the egg mixture batter will be lumpy
  • Heat oil on med heat and drop batter into the skillit
  • Serve with butter and maple syrup
  • Enjoy!

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  • bongsession 3 years ago
    i think lyndsay was being very rude. she has the attitude of a fat cow. i cant believe she would say something like that. i am absolutely disgusted in her right now
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  • pointsevenout 4 years ago
    I don't think lyndsay was being rude or insulting.

    I must say this recipe has the most baking powder:flour ratio I have seen for pancakes.

    Thinking about trying this recipe. I'm always on the lookout for fluffy pancakes.
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  • lyndsay 5 years ago
    I don't think I was being rude, just honest!
    I'm sure most people would hate my buckwheat pancakes, it just depends on what you're used to.
    I think saying your pancakes taste like they're from a restaurant is a compliment.. how many people can duplicate a recipe that's been tested for years and has huge commercial success?

    As far as how many pancakes, well okay, I make my pancakes bigger than you (although you didn't specify how big each pancake was in the recipe), which means for most families (e.g. ravenous children) you would need to make more batter. That is not an insult! You don't need to take offense; I'm just trying to explain my experience, so that other people don't have to mix up a whole new batch while the kids are wailing in the kitchen that they're still hungry.

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  • jrowlan3 5 years ago
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  • lyndsay 5 years ago
    These pancakes taste like they're from a restaurant or a box; if that is your taste, you'll love them. Very kid-friendly, but generic.
    They're quick and easy to make, pretty much foolproof. I suggest doubling the recipe for most families, as I only made 3 6-inch pancakes.
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  • ladyinmaine56 6 years ago
    Best pancakes Ive had so far...
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    " It was excellent "
    henrie ate it and said...
    Sounds yummie, like the addition of the powdered sugar. You might want to change the salt to 1/2 teaspoon instead of 12 teaspoons for the new cooks out there. Great post, you have my 5 Sounds like a good weekend to make these.
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