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Try these easy Homemade Pancakes for a good, old-fashioned breakfast! Learn how to make fluffy pancakes that cook up soft and light.
I know how all of you like our Amish Cooking recipes, so we decided to share with you another of our family favorites. I love just about any kind of pancakes, but some are definitely better than others. What do I look for in pancakes? I look for light, soft, and fluffy cakes that are the right thickness (not too flat!) and, of course, taste perfect with lots of butter and syrup. Today we’ll teach you an easy pancake recipe and how to keep them light and fluffy!
Instead of running to the box pancake mixes, try making your own. Chances are you have all the ingredients on hand! Flour, sugar, baking powder, egg, oil, salt, milk. Of course you can add in a touch of vanilla or cinnamon if you’d like. But those are the basic ingredients needed.
We use oil inside the pancakes themselves. This makes the pancakes tender and cake-like. As far as frying the pancakes, butter will cause the pancakes to burn a little easier than oil, so watch the temperature if you choose butter to fry them in.
Both baking soda and baking powder are leavening agents, but they are not interchangeable.
This easy pancake recipe is not only good, but is really easy to make. After you mix the ingredients together, just spray the griddle with cooking spray and get cooking. Don’t know when to flip them? When they are ready to flip for the first time, they should be bubbly and puffy. Then, you’ll know they are done when they are a little brown on each side. When we make these, it is hard to even wait for them to hit the plate. I just like popping them in my mouth straight from the griddle. That’s just how good they are!
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100% pure maple syrup is a classic pancake topping, but what if you’re looking for something a little different to put on pancakes? Here are some ideas: