Before I went to bed last night, Jon asked if I could make pancakes for breakfast. I told him that I would think about it. I decided when I woke up to go ahead & make them, as it had been a while since we had them. I used Pamela’s Baking & Pancake Mix, which I buy in bulk on Amazon. It is much cheaper to buy in bulk and if you sign up for Amazon’s Subscribe & Save program, you always get free shipping and an additional 15% off. You choose the frequency in which the products are sent and can change that at any point in time. There is no cost to join the program. Okay, enough about Amazon, onto the pancakes!
Today I decided to make “special” pancakes. I followed the directions on Pamela’s Baking & Pancake Mix, but doubled the recipe so that I could freeze some & Jon can reheat them in the microwave or toaster during the week. I used:
2 cups of Pamela’s Baking & Pancake Mix
2 large eggs
1.5 cups of water
2 TBSP oil
Nestle’s Semi-sweet Chocolate Chips (I sprinkled these on each pancake after I poured the batter in the pan)
Yield: 12 good size pancakes
Here is the Peanut Butter that I used:
Jon’s plate, topped with his favorite syrup, Aunt Jemima:
He declared these pancakes the best EVER!! This was after he asked me if I used the “banana PB“. He had some the other day on toast & said he didn’t like it, so I told him that I hadn’t used the banana PB this AM. Ooops! Little white lie. After he kept raving about them, I went ahead & told him. He couldn’t believe it. At first he was mad, but I told him that he would not have had an open mind if he had known I used the P.B. Loco PB, he would have made up his mind that he didn’t like them. I used the P.B. Loco PB because it is much creamy than the Skippy Natural that I have on hand; it mixed very well with the pancake batter. He said they were still the best ever! He is looking forward to the leftover breakfast pancakes this week.