Sunday, April 27, 2008

Homemade Pancakes

I've had this recipe bookmarked in my Google Reader for sometime now, but I'm embarrassed to admit that it was more for the heartfelt story that accompanied the recipe that the actual recipe. See, I'm an Aunt Jemima box mix kind of girl. And this morning, when I woke up and craved pancakes for breakfast (after eating matzoh for breakfast for a week straight), I was heartbroked to see that we were out of pancake mix. But then I remembered that I had this recipe filed in the back of my mind, and more importantly, all the ingredients in my pantry.

These pancakes were perfect. Equal to or better than Aunt Jemima. I made one small change: I left out the pecans and added a few chocolate chips for my husband.

Thank you to the Homesick Texan for sharing her story and her recipe. Thanks to her grandpa, I need not ever buy pancake mix in a box ever again.

4 comments:

downhomedieting said...

Pancakes look yummy! It's cold and rainy here. Breakfast for dinner sounds like it would hit the spot!

gaga said...

Hi,

I gave you the Blogging with a Purpose Award on my blog. I love reading your blog and always look forward to your posts!

Angel said...

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jj said...

Lol...would have done the same thing; left out t he nuts and added chocolate chips instead. I used to make chocolate-chip pancakes in huge batches to keep on hand; now you've got me hankering to do that again! :) That's a good thing. These sound nummy.