Good Old Fashioned Pancakes
Make delicious, fluffy pancakes from scratch. This recipe uses 7 ingredients you probably already have.
Anybody can add water to a boxed pancake mix, but you're better than that! These pancakes are not too thick, not too thin, but tender, light, buttery, and delicious.
Yesterday I ran out of Aunt Jamima pancake mix and I said to my girlfriend "I gotta buy some more Aunt Jamima." And she said "Buy mix? I always laugh when people do that." And I said "What do you mean?" And she said "I make pancakes from scratch." So I figured I'd look up a recipe here. It took a while to find one that I wanted to try (I was tempted with the fluffy Canadian ones 'cause I'm Canadian) but then I saw all the reviews for this one and it sounded good. I was really hungry tonight so I got out my griddle. By the way, if you do like making pancakes, I highly suggest investing in a griddle, preferably iron. Breakfast food tastes SO much better on a griddle, and there's much more space to cook and flip. You can cook 6 pancakes on my griddle at a time. ANYWAYS I tried this recipe, and I made the pancakes, and KUMBAYAH they were the best pancakes! The pancakes were fluffy, and mouth watering, and tasty, and soft. The only change I made was adding an extra quarter of a cup of milk because I like the panca
One of grandma's favorite recipes, these pancakes are made healthier by using less butter, egg whites instead of a whole egg, and nonfat milk. A perfect way to start the day!
I made this for my kids tonight and it was perfect. I wouldn't change a thing about this recipe.
I will make this pancake again this was a really good recipe
If you want a good "OLD FASHIONED" recipe as the title states, then do not change a thing! The recipe is perfect as is - they taste just like the pancakes my grandmother made when I was growing up. If you want to tweak the recipe, fine, but you know longer have the "old fashioned"recipe that is the purpose of this particular recipe page. Having said that, these pancakes are moist and beautiful. I love them! Thanks, Dakota Kelly!