Heat eat pancakes are easily made and can be super snacks!

Heat and eat pancakes can be easily made as long as you know that the the main ingredients which are sugar, milk, flour; oil and water to mention a few.

INGREDIENTS/ RECIPES/PREPARATION:

1..2-4 eggs ( depending on the number of people that will eat the pancakes and the number of servings you may decide.

2..1/2 C sugar

3..2 1/2 C milk

4..1/3 C canola oil

5..1/2 wheat flour

6..4 t baking powder

7..1/4 t salt

8..1 T of vanilla

You must include enough of all purpose flour to thicken batter to your liking and add wax paper and freezer bags.

How to make the heat and eat pancakes are easy.

To begin with, place the milk, eggs, oil and vanilla into a large mixing bowl.

Whisk until just blended together and then add the sugar and salt.The salt must be small quantity not as the quantity of sugar.

Beat until smooth and the add the wheat flour and baking powder. Once again, beat until smooth.

Add just enough all purpose flour to thicken batter to your liking.

Heat a griddle over medium high heat.

Make sure the griddle is hot enough when a drop of water is on the griddle. Pour about 1/2C batter onto hot  griddle.

Follow up with continuous cooking until the pancakes begin to bubble and edges begin to dry.

Flip and cook for about 2 minutes or until both sides are lightly brown. Continue to cook until all the batter is used.


Cool pancakes completely and place a piece of wax paper on a flat surface. Place a pancake onto the the wax paper.

Place another  piece of wax paper on top of the pancake and then another  pancake and continue until all the pancakes are used alternating with wax paper and pancakes.

Finally place into a freezer bag and freeze up to 6 months.

To reheat, just drop into the toaster and you can toast 2 cyles if necessary. The job is done and it is as easy as ABC. All these are the  steps to make heat and eat pancakes.  Sweet sour chicken recipes!


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