Make Pancakes With These Easy Recipes

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Have you ever wanted to try making really delicious pancakes? While there are various unique methods of making pancakes, these methods would come through for you every time.


Although a packaged mix can seem to be the simplest way to make pancakes, this triple-tested version is just as fast and much more delicious.

This best-ever recipe is a favorite for a few reasons: It’s perfect for your family’s Sunday breakfast or a 30-minute dinner (breakfast for dinner, anyone?).

It’s easy to make, versatile, and, best of all, a big hit with the kids.

What’s the Trick to the Best Pancakes You’ve Ever Had?

In a nutshell, buttermilk. “The acidity of the buttermilk makes the tenderest pancakes,” Westmoreland says. ”

Drop the baking powder in the formula below to 2 teaspoons and substitute 1/2 teaspoon baking soda for better leavening results.

How do You Make Fluffy Pancakes?

How to Make Pancakes

It’s straightforward: don’t overmix the dry and wet ingredients.

“First, whisk together all of the dry ingredients in a big mixing bowl to combine the leavening(s) with the flour and sugar and remove any lumps,” Westmoreland advises.

“In a separate cup, whisk together the wet ingredients, including the egg, milk, butter, and flavoring.

After that, pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients bowl and whisk briefly until all of the flour is moistened.”

The lumps can melt instantly, so there’s no reason to blend the batter until they’re gone.

What’s the Best Way to Make Flat Pancakes?

If you like thinner pancakes, gradually apply more milk to the batter until it reaches the perfect consistency.

Is it Possible to Make it Without Eggs?

To make the batter pourable, simply raise the baking powder by 1/2 teaspoon and add up to 1/4 cup extra milk as desired.

Is it Possible to Make it Without Milk?

Water, coffee, or juice (like orange juice!) can all be used to make pancakes. To stop a runny batter, use 1/4 cup less liquid.

What Ingredients Can I Use?

Apply a cup of blueberries or strawberries to the batter for berry pancakes. Attach a mashed ripe banana to banana pancakes.

1/2 cup toasted, finely chopped pecans or walnuts for nutty pancakes 1 teaspoon grated lemon or orange zest for a citrusy flavor

Add 3 ounces of finely diced cream cheese to the butter for cream cheese pancakes.

Substitute whole wheat or buckwheat flour for half of the all-purpose flour for a better choice.

I’m Undecided about Which Pan to Use

The perfect pan for making pancakes is an electric griddle or a stovetop, so you’ll have the most control when flipping them.

Use a big skillet with sloping slides instead of a griddle if you don’t have one.

Pancakes from Nigeria or a Low-Carb Diet

How to Make Pancakes

This is a basic recipe for Nigerian-style pancakes, which are thin and tasty. It’s made from ingredients we already have on hand in our kitchen.

But there’s no reason for not having this recipe right now, or at the very least this weekend.
Pancakes are seen as a snack by most Nigerians.

Yes, pancakes go along with a refreshing beverage. But have you ever considered a different way to eat a pancake?

Now pay attention to this! Pancakes are the most nutritionally healthy breakfast food since they contain a combination of protein (from the eggs), carbohydrates (from the flour), and fats and oil (from the butter and vegetable oil).

And that’s before we get into the micronutrients. Perhaps this is why the pancake is known in Nigeria as “Diet.”


  • 1 cup | (150g) of plain flour
  • ½ cup (125 mls) of evaporated Peak Milk
  • 2 tablespoons of margarine
  • 2 medium eggs
  • 1 cup (250 mls) of water
  • 6 teaspoons of sugar (To your taste)
  • ¼ teaspoon of salt
  • Ground Chilli Pepper (to your taste)
  • Vegetable oil

Before Frying:

1. Place the margarine in a tiny microwave-safe bowl and heat it. To melt the margarine, you may also put the bowl in a larger bowl of hot water.

2. Whisk together the two eggs and the melted margarine until smooth. Then pour in 12 cup of water.

3. Stir in the flour until there are no visible lumps.

4. Stir in the remaining 12 cups of water, the milk, salt, sugar, and ground pepper.

5. Using a liquid blender, combine the mixture. This would ensure that the pancake batter is as even as possible. If you don’t want to blend it, no problem; just combine the ingredients thoroughly to avoid lumps.

How to Make Pancakes


1. Preheat a frying pan to medium-high heat. Using a dropper, add a few drops of vegetable oil. Only enough to keep the frying pan lubricated.

2. When the frying pan is heated, add some pancake batter into it. Tilt the pan so that the batter uniformly covers the pan’s surface. This is supposed to be a really light suit.

3. Fry the underside of the pancake for about a minute, rotating the pan sometimes before the pancake loosens up. You should also use the spatula to open it up. Make sure the underside has been browned to your liking, ideally medium brown.

4. Flip the pancake so that the top side can be fried as well.

5. When all sides of the pancake are light-colored, it’s ready.

Nigerian pancakes are commonly eaten as a snack with a cold beverage or as a breakfast meal with a hot or cold drink.

Pancakes with a Simple Flavour

Nothing says “weekend” like a brunch of homemade pancakes. In less than 30 minutes, you can make them with our simple recipe.

It’s so easy to make pancake batter from scratch that you’ll wonder why you’ve never done it before!


Step 1 – Preheat the oven to 200 degrees Fahrenheit, then prepare a baking sheet or heatproof platter to keep the cooked pancakes warm in the oven.

Whisk together flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt in a small bowl; set aside.

Step 2 – Combine milk, butter (or oil), and egg in a medium mixing cup. Whisk the dry ingredients into the milk mixture until barely moistened (do not overmix; a few small lumps are fine).

Step 3 – Preheat a big nonstick or cast-iron skillet or griddle over medium heat.

Fold a paper towel in half and soak it in oil; gently rub the skillet with the oiled paper towel.

Step 4 – Spoon 2 to 3 teaspoons flour onto skillet for each pancake, spreading batter into a round with the back of the spoon (you should be able to fit 2 to 3 in a large skillet).

Step 5 – Cook for 1 to 2 minutes, or before bubbles appear on the surface of the pancakes and a few burst.
Cook for 1 to 2 minutes more, flipping gently with a thin spatula until browned on the underside.

Transfer to a baking sheet or platter and stay warm in the oven, covered loosely with aluminum foil.

Continue with the remaining butter and more oil. (You’ll get 12 to 15 pancakes out of this.) Serve with preferred toppings when still wet.

Variations on Pancakes

Step 6 – Buttermilk: To the dry mixture in step 1, add 1/2 teaspoon baking soda. Low-fat buttermilk may be substituted for the milk.

Step 7 –  Yogurt: To the dry mixture in step 1, add 1/2 teaspoon baking soda. Phase 2: Substitute 2/3 cup plain low-fat yogurt and 1/3 cup milk for the milk.

Step 8 – WHOLE-GRAIN WITH YOGURT: In step 1, substitute 1/2 cup whole-wheat flour, 1/4 cup each cornmeal and wheat germ, and 1/2 teaspoon baking soda for the all-purpose flour.

Step 9 – Substitute 2/3 cup plain low-fat yogurt and 1/3 cup milk for the milk.

These pancakes may be eaten right away or frozen after cooling; stack them in twos and wrap them in plastic wrap.

This conventional pancake recipe can make sweet or savory pancakes. A dessert spoon of caster sugar and the zest of an orange can be added to sweet pancakes for a delicious flavor.

You may make savory pancakes with finely chopped herbs like dill and parsley, or grated Parmesan cheese.


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