How to make it

  • Put all wet ingredients into one bowl
  • put all dry ingredients in another bowl
  • Whisk both lightly
  • Add roughly half of the dry mix into the wet and whisk together, not too long, just blend.
  • Add remainder of dry mix and whisk lightly together (make sure all mixed together but do not beat too much as it will make the pancakes tough, the batter should not be runny, it should be a little on the thick side)
  • Set aside for five minutes
  • Set heat on high, butter the skillet and pour batter into rounds, about 1/4 c each.
  • Make sure to cook slow, when small bubbles form all over flip it over, should take about 1 to 1 1/2 minutes each side.
  • Cover with your favorite topping, butter and serve..
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  • iwannabachef 3 years ago
    I am not sure what happened to the step by step pictures that I had on this recipe, and several others of mine... anyone know? It seems they are all gone after the upgrade.. help! ;)
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  • bennangw 3 years ago
    all I can say is WOW!!!
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  • cheflolita5 4 years ago
    im a chef, and i know whats good. this is one good pancakes recipe! mmmmmmmmhhhhhhhh.
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  • krumkake 5 years ago
    I like the cinnamon and vanilla in the batter - these sound much better than enything I've gotten at IHOP! Nice post - and an even nicer treat for your son!!
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    " It was excellent "
    txbackyardcook ate it and said...
    WHO SAID IHOP HAD GOOD CAKES, YOU GOT THE BEST RECIPE IN THE HOUSE! YOU GET MY 5 SYRUPS! :)
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