Saturday, January 11, 2014

Baked Pancakes Tutorial

Pancakes are awesome. Standing over the stove and making them one by one is not. I was tired of everyone enjoying fresh warm pancakes while I was still in the kitchen finishing up the last of the pancake batter. Not to mention the want to fill my freezer with homemade pancakes in a quick and economical way. This takes care of everything!

Let them cook a bit longer to brown them. I'm usually less concerned with how they look and more how they taste and they are always a hit!

Treat the batter like a pizza! Sprinkle blueberries on one half and chocolate chips on the other before baking. Use any additions you want!

For you French Toast fans, you could dip each slice of bread in your egg mixture and lay them in one layer on the baking pan. Then bake 10-14 minutes.

Baked Pancakes

2 cups pancake mix
1 1/2  cups milk
1 egg
1 tsp cinnamon (optional)

OR

2 cups of your favorite prepared pancake batter

Step 1

Mix all of the ingredients together. Don't over-mix, you want there to be some lumps.

Step 2

Pour batter into a large greased sheet pan and bake at 400 degrees for 9-12 minutes. Cut into squares and serve warm.


2 comments:

Tanya said...

That's a great idea! I had never thought of cooking them/baking them that way. I have the same issue with not getting to eat the pancakes while everyone else is. :) So I place a corningware dish without the lid in the an oven warmed to 250 degrees (and then turned down to 200 or to warm) and pop the pancakes in there as they finish on the stovetop. This lets me cook up all of the batter and for all of us to eat together. And the dish retains its heat after I put it on the table and keeping it covered on the table keeps the pancakes warm too! :) I think I'm going to have to give your way a try next time! Thanks for sharing! :)

Shannon said...

How do you freeze and reheat these? Thanks!