Homemade Pancakes

You can buy your favorite boxed pancake mix or make your batter from scratch. Fiber One pancake mix is very light and not as sweet as homemade batter. For 6-8 pancakes you use one cup of Fiber One mix and 2/3 cup of water for your batter.
Below is a very special pancake mix recipe from my Aunt Connie. It’s fabulous!
1¼ cup Flour
3 tsp. baking powder
½ tsp. salt
2 Tbsp. sugar
1 egg
2 tsp. vegetable oil
1 cup of milk
½ tsp. vanilla
Whisk dry ingredients in one bowl and add wet ingredients in another bowl.
Slowly whisk the wet into the dry bowl until the lumps are gone.
Heat a flat griddle skillet and add a little vegetable oil to the pan. If you sprinkle the pan with water and it sizzles, then you know it’s ready.
Spoon a heaping spoonful of pancake batter onto the griddle, you should be able to fit 4 small circles of pancakes each round.  The Fiber one pancakes will bubble, keep an eye on them.
Once browned on the bottom, flip them over.
Add a little butter to the top of each pancake.
Put the cooked pancakes on a plate, add your favorite syrup (we use 100% maple) and a little powdered sugar.
YUM, YUM, YUM in your TUM!
If you want to get creative you can use food coloring gel to make rainbow pancakes:

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