Tuesday, April 29, 2008


The response I got from the granola post was so encouraging that I'm going to toss another favorite, frequently used recipe out there.


Southern Oregon Pancake and Waffle Mix

8 C. Whole Wheat Flour
5 T Baking Powder
1 T Salt
2 C. Dry Milk Powder

I store this mix in an airtight container in the cupboard.

To make pancakes, combine:

1 C. Mix
1 C. Water
1 Egg
1 T. Oil

(Sometimes, I use a little less water or a little more mix to get a thicker batter, but this proportion is easy to remember and brain cells are a limited resource.)

To make waffles, combine:

1 C. Mix
1 C. Water
2 Eggs
2 T. Oil

In my crusty, old, heavily used, lopsided waffle baker, the surface of the waffle comes out looking a little mottled.
But the flip-side looks nice and golden brown, so I serve them with the pretty side up.

I double the batch to feed myself and the Ducklings. I also double the recipe when making the mix.

We eat waffles or pancakes at least twice a week, so we can go through a lot of mix.

This is cheap and easy.

That makes me very happy!

If you decide to give it a try, I'd love to hear about it.

1 comment:

  1. Crusty old waffle irons are the BEST!! Thanks for the kitchen ideas!