Making homemade recipes for my family makes my heart happy. I’m so happy to share with you this SUPER easy homemade instant pancake mix.
I didn’t grow up cooking homemade recipes, a lot of what I’m learning now is tried and true recipes I share with my family of 5. I LOVE experimenting with different ingredients, fruits, veggies and seasonings my family haven’t tried before and then it becomes a favorite. This recipe was inspired by a YouTuber I LOVE to watch and learn from. Her name is heather from “The Kneady homemaker She is very passionate about her family, which I love and makes a lot of recipes that are budget friendly and homemade. Definitely check her out.
How to make instant pancakes.
Now, why are they instant? It’s because all you have to do is add water. I’m all about quick and easy, nothing too fancy, just straight to the point and these fluffy pancakes deliver all that and then some. You can modify this recipe any way you want. I sometimes add chocolate chips, cinnamon, blueberries, etc. the list goes on. In this recipe, I made chocolate chip, its my husband favorite. My whole family loves chocolate. This mixture lasts me months. We don’t have it everyday. Probably once a week, on Saturdays as a family.
When you mix all the ingredients in the bowl, use a measuring cup to transfer to a container. The container I used below, I believe is a gallon size container and this recipe mixture makes a little bit more than a gallon. It’s so nice to be in control of making pancakes, super easy for breakfast. You can control the sugar, there’s no “instant” ingredient, and you can also use whole grain flour or whole wheat flour.
- 6 cups of All Purpose Flour
- 1 cup of sugar
- 3/4 cup of dry powder milk
- 1 Tbsp baking soda
- 2 Tbsp baking powder
- 1-1/2 tsp of salt
- 1 cup of Chocolate chips, blueberries, raisins, etc.
- Add all ingredients in a bowl
- Mix with a whisk
- and pour into container
- Instead of All Purpose flour you can use whole wheat or whole grain
- You can also add brown sugar instead of regular white sugar.
- You can also use Honey or maple syrup when making pancakes, not for storing.