My Fluffy Pancakes

PANCAKES! They’re not just for breakfast anymore! These pancakes are by far one of the best I’ve had.  They’re light, fluffy, and so easy to prepare, with basic ingredients from your pantry.  Make up a batch soon and see what I mean….. 😉

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2 cups Flour
3 Tbsp. Sugar
2 Tbsp. Baking powder
1 tsp. Salt
2 Eggs
1 3/4 cups WHOLE Milk
1/4 cup REAL Butter, melted
2 tsp. Vanilla paste or extract

Begin by mixing the dry ingredients into a small bowl.

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In a larger bowl, combine the eggs, milk, butter, and Vanilla.  Beat these ingredients until well combined.

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Add in the dry ingredients and mix to thoroughly combine, beat for about 2 minutes or until a smooth, slightly thick, batter forms.

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Now, set the batter aside and allow it to sit for about 10 minutes.  This will allow the ingredients to activate the baking powder which will result in fluffier, lighter pancakes.

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Heat up your skillet to about MEDIUM.  Brush the bottom of the skillet with butter.

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Scoop out about 1/4 – 1/2 cup batter, depending on how large you want you pancakes. (The batter makes about 7 – 8 (5-inch) pancakes).  Pour it over the heated skillet and allow it to cook until you notice the edges start to bubble; only a few bubbles will form on top.

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Carefully flip your pancakes and continue to cook the other side just until golden and there are no visible signs of “raw” batter.  Butter each pancake and serve with your favorite syrup, jams, or jellies.  ENJOY! 😉

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