Feb 10, 2011

Warm up your winter pancakes...

With the temperature hovering around zero this morning, I made these for my hubby at about 6 am.  I've been playing with pancake and waffle recipes all winter, and this is a composite of several recipes I've looked at.  They are "fluffy", not "lumpy".  Just the way I like them.  I served them with blueberries and whipped cream today.  I even "named" them, appropriately I think.

My son and daughter-in-love who live in the sunny south host a pancake breakfast almost every Saturday morning in their home.  They invite people they meet at Starbucks and other places in the community.  Their oureach has been a huge success.  They've had up to 30 folks, including children, at some of the breakfasts.  I'm very proud of them (can you tell?).

Warm Up Your Winter Pancakes

1 1/4 c. all purpose flour
1/2 tsp. baking soda
1/4 tsp. salt
2 Tbsp. vinegar plus enough evaporated milk to make 1 cup liquid
1 egg, beaten
2 bsp. melted butter
1 Tbsp. honey

Whisk together dry ingredients.  In a small bowl, beat egg with fork.  Stir milk/vinega mixture into dry ingredients, then stir in egg, honey, and melted butter  Beat with whisk about 30 seconds or until smooth.


Lori said...

We love pancakes at our house...I think pumpkin pancakes are one of the little's favorite thing to eat...very cool that you son and his wife host these pancake breakfast...very genius idea!

Rose said...

Oooooh one of my favorites. Pancakes. I would eat them everyday if it were not for the fact they go straight to my hips and I am still carrying some them around already.
LOVE the pic of you and the hubby!