Saturday, February 23, 2008

Kerbey can't hang

I know when I've got something good. Whether it's friends, clothes that fit well or a sweet stack of pancakes, there's stuff in life that's real simple to appreciate. So I'm throwing modesty out the door today. These are the greatest pancakes. Sorry, Kerbey.

I might be willing to make 'em 24 hours a day. You just need to tip generously.

Just mix the wet, then the dry and combine. Cook on oiled skillet. Flip when edges brown and bubbles decrease. The following recipe yields about 4-6 cakes depending on how large you wanna go. I doubled it and made 10 massive cakes.

1-1/3 cups whole wheat pastry flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon salt
1TBSP Flax, 2 TBSP water
1-1/4 cups soymilk
1/4 cup molasses
1 tablespoons vegetable oil


Nicole said...

Uh, those look fantastic. I will have to make them when I'm int eh comfort of my own home with all my beautiful vegan goods in my beautiful vegan pantry!

Yesyes. Nice blog! :)

Pokey said...

i'm going to have to take a trip to Texas for pancakes/Pancake aren't i? luckily, flying and pancakes happen to be two of my favorite things.

Robert Tracy said...

You fly and I'll fry ... er, well, cook or bake or flip. Something like that.

Pokey said...

deal! when the stars align and the weather is more pleasant, i'll buy some wings.

jennie said...

just tried these.

i burned the first two (as is my way w/pancakes).

but the fam loves them. thanks, bob.

Robert Tracy said...

Glad to hear it, Jennie. I tend to burn a couple every time, but usually near the end of the batch. After a few good lookin' cakes, I get cocky and think I know when to flip. Toasted pancakes need love, too!