how to make pancake mix from scratch

how to make pancake mix from scratch

How to make pancake mix from scratch?

Nothing can be as comforting and easy to cook like pancake mix recipe that is so fluffy that will melt in seconds when you eat this. I prefer making a lot of variations that don’t need to learn how to make pancake mix from scratch but do a few changes.

If you are a newbie and want to know how to make pancake mix from scratch this dish can be very good for you. Steps in learning this how to make pancake mix from scratch are perfect for anyone because it takes fewer efforts and saves your time.

how to make pancake mix from scratch
by Swati M.

how to make pancake mix from scratch

  • Course Breakfast, Lunch
  • Cuisine American, Western

Only a few ingredients and light and fluffy pancakes are all there to enjoy a family breakfast. This is tested recipe that makes a perfect pancake mix and brings to a mouth-watering taste to love by whoever enjoys it.

If you add the vanilla to this pancake it scent gives a wonderful aroma that makes your appetite to sink your teeth as soon as possible. So, let's find out how to make pancake mix from scratch!!

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Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 4 People
Calories 452 kcal

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 cup of all purpose flour
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • 1 1/2 cup of milk
  • 2 tbsp of sugar
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 2 eggs white
  • Kosher salt
  • 2 tbsp vegetable oil

Instructions

  1. Take a deep bowl and add all the dry ingredients one by one. First make a flat ground then make a well in the centre. Slowly add the milk in the centre as much as the well contains. Now add the rest of the milk as you mix it.

  2. Add the egg white and vanilla followed by a little oil or as necessary. Whisk it nicely and make sure that there are no lumps remains at the end. If a bit lumps remain let it be. Set it aside.

  3. Heat a small piece of butter in non stick pan on medium flame. Pour the pancake mix. Add the pancake mix as the thicker or bigger you want. (For small pancake use 1/4 cup and for big use 1/2 cup of pancake mix)

  4. Here you can add fruits then sprinkle it on the top of the pancake.

  5. Flip the pancake when the cooking side turns golden brown in color and wait until the bubbles come out from top side. Flip and continue until the other side turns golden brown in color.

  6. Check the cooked pancake. Here you have a chance to change the batter like for thicker add more flour and if you want thinner pancake to adjust the milk.

  7. Cook the rest of the pancake using the same batter while making sure the heat doesn’t go on a very high flame. Once done use a towel and cover the entire pancake to keep warmth them.

Recipe Notes

In my pancake recipe I keep the use of vanilla optional but if you use the vanilla it added a wonderful flavor and sweetened the pancake in depth. If you don’t have vanilla available use vanilla extracts as substitute.

Adding a few secret ingredients like most restaurants do like berries, chocolate chips along with the batter even mashed banana turn out to be a magical twist with this dish.

How to make pancake mix from scratch?

It is way too easy to learn and make how to make pancake mix from scratch but most of the people hesitate to make at home.

Usually, there are two major ingredients used in making the pancake dish. The dry ingredients and wet ingredients both use to make a fluffy and light pancake that melt in each bite.

Using the flour:

Although, I have used all purpose flour with this recipe but I highly encourage people to either use a whole wheat or an equal mixture of both. It helps to make a healthy pancake mix.

Using the sugar:

We have used granulated sugar with this recipe but I personally encourage brown sugar that makes a perfect moist pancake dish.

In this recipe, the use of baking powder helps the batter to become very smooth and soft that later turn out to make a very fluffy pancake.

What kind of milk?

Most chefs advised to use reduced fat milk because it helps to make a perfect healthy dish but you can use almond or coconut milk as well.

If you don’t want to make a sugary pancake add oats and flax seeds to reduce the use of sugar and still you won’t worry about the final test.

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