Galganov's Free Recipe for the
Let's go make some fantastic pancakes!
The Background Story
Pancake: pan-cake, n. A flat cake of batter fried in a pan. Akin to the griddlecake (a flat cake of batter fried on a griddle) or a "flapjack" which, some might argue, is chewy and made with rolled oats. We commonly know these three to be the same thing.
Even the "crepe" is simply a pancake. The French Crepe is that beautiful thin-batter pancake that we enjoy so much with any range of wonderful fillings! Crêpe is, simply, French for "pancake".
Your pancake can be made with any range of flours. You can even mix flours. We use, for pancakes, organic flours - never added gluten. Sometimes we make light, whole wheat pancakes.
You can use many ingredients. We like to subsititute some of the milk with yogurt, so instead of a cup of milk we will use 1/2 cup yogurt and 1/2 cup milk.
You can also do fun things with this breakfast classic, the pancake. Dice some apple or mushrooms ... or wash some blueberries. Dry them then toss them into your batter for a delicious blueberry pancake! Pancakes can be a wonderful way to introduce extra fruit into your breakfast.
This recipe makes approximately 7, 2 fluid ounce pancakes. The actual number of cakes will depend upon the size of your scoop.