Not something I partake in often but pancakes were kind of calling out to us Sunday morning. Simple and fluffy. The recipe easily serves six hungry people.
3 cups flour
2 Tbsp. + 1 tsp. baking powder (yes, this much)
2 tsp. kosher salt
2 Tbsp. white sugar
6 Tbsp. melted butter
1 Tbsp. vanilla
2 1/2 cups milk
1/4 cup seltzer
In a large bowl combine all the dry ingredients. Take all the liquid ingredients and pour them together in the middle of the dry ingredients. Mix with an electric beater until the batter is thoroughly mixed up.
I used a frying pan (with melted butter so the pancakes don't stick) at a medium high heat to make the pancakes. The key is pour just enough batter (large spoon) to create the right size pancake. Then once small bubbles start to pop on top…flip the pancake until done. It is quicker on the second side than the first.
Put parchment paper in a cookie sheet and set the oven to 240. I put them on the cookie sheet in the oven as they are done so everyone can eat together. Keeps the pancakes at the right temperature.
Serve with maple syrup, Greek yogurt, sliced bananas, blueberries or anything of your choice.
I’d advise that you replace Maple syrup with Agave Nectar.I also emailed you an executive summary.
thanks nolan. i am a big fan of the noble maple syrup. saw your email. will get back to you this weekend
So good. I can only eat syrup if I have time for a nap a couple hours later.Is the Selzer a high altitude thing?
Those look amazing! If you ever find yourself in the mood for pancakes and happen to be in Brooklyn, Cafe Luluc’s are delicious too! Smith Street.
i’d say i eat pancakes maybe three times a year. so filling but i think of it as a treat.
Are you home or in UT? You can also make pancakes in waffle iron – I just read that..
been home for the week but the posts were in my box.