If you ever need to find my husband on a Saturday morning, look no further than our kitchen. Every Saturday morning Jason graciously makes our family pancakes. This is in part to give me a break from the kitchen, and in part because I can't make a pancake to save my life.
No, for real. It is either burned completely or raw in the center. Total disaster.
Jason is so sweet that he even makes mini pancakes for our mini guy.
Ry loves them and Jason made extra, which we threw in the freezer so I could heat them up on busy mornings.
You can buy mini pancakes in the store, but you can make them, from whole wheat flour, at a fraction of the cost.
And Jason has this recipe down to a science.
What you'll need:
1 1/2 cup whole wheat flour
3 1/2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
t tblsp sugar or stevia
1 1/4 cup milk
3 tbsp melted butter
More butter or pam for skillet or griddle.
Heat up your skillet or griddle.
In a large bowl combine your first four ingredients. Then add in your milk, egg and butter and whisk.
To make our mini version you will pour a small amount of batter, about two tablespoons, onto the griddle. Brown on both sides.
Sometimes Ry eats them plain and sometimes he dips them in unsweetened apple sauce.