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My Fluffy Pancakes for all


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2 1/2 Cups self-raising flour (Plain flour optional**)
5 Tbls Sugar
2 2/3 Cups of Milk
1 Tbls Butter
2 Eggs (medium - XL)
** If using plain flour also add 4 teaspoons of baking powder (not baking soda, yes they are different)

Extra's (optional)
Sliced Banana coins xD (just ripe banana cut up)
1/2 Vanilla bean


Electric mixer/whisk (whisk doesnt make the pancakes as good)
1/3 cup
1 cup
1/2 cup
cup/something to melt the butter in
frying pan
egg flipper (for the pancakes not the eggs ^^)
cooling rack/plate (cooling rack prevents the pancakes from going soggy at first and cools them down gradually before eaten)


1. Get all the ingredients
2. sift the flour (and the baking powder if plain flour is used) into a mixing bowl
3. add the sugar to the bowl
4. Melt the butter in the microwave for 20 seconds (1100 watts) or until melted
5. get a bowl/Milkshake bottle add the milk, eggs and butter and whisk/shake to mix the milk, egg and butter together (the butter will end up floating so dont worry if it does
6. gradually (add half wet mixture and then slowly add the rest as needed) mix all the ingredients into one bowl with an electric mixer/whisk (when mixture has been mixed/airated well the pancakes are fluffier which is why a mixer is recommended)
7. let the mixture stand for 5-10 mins
8. heat fry pan on low-medium for 5 mins
the first pancake will!!! stick/fail most of the time, most likely because the pan is not hot enough or you havnt left in on long enough
10. add 1/3 - 1/2 cup of mixture for a big pancake :) and drop extras ontop if needed ( chunky extras (banana) shouldn't be added to the mix in the bowl because they sink to the bottom of the bowl and you wont have an even spread of added ingredients) and wait about 2 mins until the pancake has bubbles all over the top (not a few bubbles, when its covered with bubbles)
11. flip the pancake and wait about 1-2 mins and try and scrape it up, if the sides of the pancake sticks to the egg flip, its not ready
12. repeat steps 10-11 until all mixture is used up ^_^

- If the pancake is burnt on the bottom step 10-11 then your pan is too hot
- usually the pancakes are a bit hard to lift up and flip but just be patient and keep trying to pry it up from all sides/angles

Happy stomach's ^_^ -OZ- Liam