1 cup all purpose flour

1 TBS baking powder

1 TBS sugar

pinch of salt

1 cup milk

1 egg

2 TBS melted butter

1 t. vanilla

Spray cooking oil

The best part of this recipe is the melted butter. It helps the pancakes brown so much better in the pan. Mix your dry ingredients in a bowl and your wet in a separate smaller bowl. I melt my butter in the microwave than add all my wet ingredients in the same bowl. Add wet to dry and mix to combine. Avoid mixing too much or you will get rubber Frisbees. (My grandpa made these for my sister’s and me one day when my grandma was out.) ( I was too young to know better and I complained & probably hurt his feelings. It was super sweet of him to try to make them for us, and boy o boy I miss him and all my grandparent’s now.)

The mix will form bubbles, we want bubbles or the pancakes don’t rise and may be tough. If too thick add a little more milk or some water. ( I most always use almond milk.) Fry on medium low heat with pan coated in cooking spray and wait for bubbles to form in pancakes before turning. Serves 3 or 4.

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